guest

Jonesboro, AR

#23 Jul 31, 2012
LaurynByrne wrote:
Why is it that by saying you support traditional marriage you are automatically against gays?
because it's right wing code for anti-gay/ So you're saying you support the basic rights of gays to marry?
guest

Memphis, TN

#24 Jul 31, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
because you are trying to deny them their basic humanity
How are we dening them their basic humanity?

They are the ones that have chosen to leave basic humanity to join an immoral, unhealthy, and unnatural lifestyle.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#25 Jul 31, 2012
So ChickFilA is against folks with birth defects engaging in society same as everyone else? I'm against that.

After all gays claim to be born that way. It is abhorrent to nature so they suffer from birth defects. No other explanation for homosexuality.

Same as autistics or downs syndrome sufferers. Homos just appear normal, but same difference.

This company has a president who believes they should not marry. Obviously he's a bigot for casting stones at genetically defective humans.
Joel

United States

#26 Jul 31, 2012
Thanks Oblamo for standing up for fu dge packers for their votes, now look what you have started.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#27 Jul 31, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
an immoral, unhealthy, and unnatural lifestyle.
This ignorance and bigotry is how you are denying them their basic humanity. Being gay is not immoral, unhealthy or unnatural. Jonesboro is still backward.
Jim and Carolyn

Chesapeake, VA

#28 Jul 31, 2012
mee wrote:
I dont think that the way they are doin is right and fair! Also i understand that KFC and McDondalds agree with them. So who is with me in banning them in protest?
Chic-Fil-A is never leaving, so enjoy your nuggets, their chicken is just to darn goooood! Me and my family will have breakfast their tomorrow morn, love their Chicken.
White knight

Lexington, TN

#29 Jul 31, 2012
God created Adam and eve not Adam and Steve those are the lords words that I support queer marriage isn't right I stand behind the owners of chick- they believe in gods words
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#30 Jul 31, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>This ignorance and bigotry is how you are denying them their basic humanity. Being gay is not immoral, unhealthy or unnatural. Jonesboro is still backward.
It is all three.
Cool guy

Euless, TX

#31 Jul 31, 2012
Jim and Carolyn wrote:
<quoted text>Chic-Fil-A is never leaving, so enjoy your nuggets, their chicken is just to darn goooood! Me and my family will have breakfast tHell heir tomorrow morn, love their Chicken.
hell ya :)
guest

Memphis, TN

#33 Jul 31, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
This ignorance and bigotry is how you are denying them their basic humanity. Being gay is not immoral, unhealthy or unnatural. Jonesboro is still backward.
I agree that your ignorance and bigotry is showing here. These people have chosen to life an immoral lifestye. They want to silence everyone else's opinion. Their idea of tolerance is only tolerance for their opinion.

Yes being gay is an immoral, unhealthy, and unnatural chosen lifestyle. That fact will never change. There is help for these people to overcome this lifestyle. They need help not lies.
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#34 Jul 31, 2012
Here is what cracks me up.. For several years chick-fil-a has been closed on Sunday's because they follow what the bible says and do not believe in working on sundays. No one has ever thrown a fit about this. However when they say that they support what the bible says about marriage between one man and one woman everyone gets upset. Why? Sounds like a personal issue to me. If you don't like it, don't eat there. I promise you can't make that franchise go bankrupt.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#35 Jul 31, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree that your ignorance and bigotry is showing here. These people have chosen to life an immoral lifestye. They want to silence everyone else's opinion. Their idea of tolerance is only tolerance for their opinion.
Yes being gay is an immoral, unhealthy, and unnatural chosen lifestyle. That fact will never change. There is help for these people to overcome this lifestyle. They need help not lies.
We have freedom of religion in America. Not everyone is a Christian. Not every Christian is a homophobic bigot. Nor do all churches deny gays equal standings. You opinion is radically outside the American and world mainstream. And outside of the medical profession's opinion. Each generation of new adults lessens this intolerance and bigotry. Donating $millions to political anti-gay groups is what Chick-Fil-A has done. Nobody is silencing Casey who has chosen to take a political stand in the conduct of commerce. But commerce it is and not buying from Chick-Fik-A is a consumer's choice. Because he's not just selling chicken - he's selling gay-bashing.
Buford

United States

#36 Jul 31, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
This ignorance and bigotry is how you are denying them their basic humanity. Being gay is not immoral, unhealthy or unnatural. Jonesboro is still backward.
Homosexuality is nasty and vile. You people are disgusting.
ask

Houston, TX

#37 Jul 31, 2012
ok i have to ask. how can a man look at another man's hairy azz and say oh baby i have to hve some of that.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#38 Jul 31, 2012
ask wrote:
ok i have to ask. how can a man look at another man's hairy azz and say oh baby i have to hve some of that.
probably the same way anyone can look at your ugly face and still want to have sex with you
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#39 Jul 31, 2012
U.S. Acceptance of Gay/Lesbian Relations Is the New Normal

For third year, majority says gay/lesbian relations are morally acceptable

http://www.gallup.com/poll/154634/Acceptance -...

The slight majority of American adults, 54%, consider gay or lesbian relations morally acceptable. Public acceptance of gay/lesbian relations as morally acceptable grew slowly but steadily from 38% in 2002 to 56% in 2011 and is now holding at the majority level.

This Gallup trend mirrors the growth in public support for legalizing gay marriage, which has risen from 42% support in 2004 to 50% or greater support in the last two years. Americans' support for gay rights on both questions leveled off in this year's Values and Beliefs poll, conducted May 3-6.

Gallup's longer-term question measuring U.S. attitudes about gays asks whether gay or lesbian relations should or should not be legal. The 63% now saying gay relations should be legal nearly matches the record-high 64% of a year ago, which came after a long-term increase in support for legality from 32% in 1986.

Bottom Line

Americans' acceptance of gays and lesbians as equal members of society has increased steadily in the past decade to the point that half or more now agree that being gay is morally acceptable, that gay relations ought to be legal, and that gay or lesbian couples should have the right to legally marry. While public support has been trending upward, support on all three measures was slightly higher in 2011 than in the new 2012 poll, suggesting attitudes may be leveling off -- at least for the time being. However, they are stabilizing at a point that makes President Obama's decision to publicly support gay marriage much less controversial than it would have been even four years ago. Significant pockets of resistance remain -- namely Republicans, those 55 and older, Protestants, residents of the South, and, in some respects, men -- but majorities of other groups have grown comfortable with gay rights.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#41 Jul 31, 2012
U.S. Acceptance of Gay/Lesbian Relations Is the New Normal

For third year, majority says gay/lesbian relations are morally acceptable

The slight majority of American adults, 54%, consider gay or lesbian relations morally acceptable. Public acceptance of gay/lesbian relations as morally acceptable grew slowly but steadily from 38% in 2002 to 56% in 2011 and is now holding at the majority level.

This Gallup trend mirrors the growth in public support for legalizing gay marriage, which has risen from 42% support in 2004 to 50% or greater support in the last two years. Americans' support for gay rights on both questions leveled off in this year's Values and Beliefs poll, conducted May 3-6.

Gallup's longer-term question measuring U.S. attitudes about gays asks whether gay or lesbian relations should or should not be legal. The 63% now saying gay relations should be legal nearly matches the record-high 64% of a year ago, which came after a long-term increase in support for legality from 32% in 1986.

Bottom Line

Americans' acceptance of gays and lesbians as equal members of society has increased steadily in the past decade to the point that half or more now agree that being gay is morally acceptable, that gay relations ought to be legal, and that gay or lesbian couples should have the right to legally marry. While public support has been trending upward, support on all three measures was slightly higher in 2011 than in the new 2012 poll, suggesting attitudes may be leveling off -- at least for the time being. However, they are stabilizing at a point that makes President Obama's decision to publicly support gay marriage much less controversial than it would have been even four years ago. Significant pockets of resistance remain -- namely Republicans, those 55 and older, Protestants, residents of the South, and, in some respects, men -- but majorities of other groups have grown comfortable with gay rights.
JImmy

Jonesboro, AR

#42 Jul 31, 2012
I wish all places would act that way so you gay bastards would ban all places and never be seen or maybe just all of you move far away and live in same place sine that's what you like and I wouldn't have to explain to my kids the sick gay lifestyle you live!! I support all the businesses that stand up and say that hell I will double my order just for them doing it!! Just my opinion if you are stupid enough to start a topic like this be ready to hear it all good and bad!!
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#43 Jul 31, 2012
guest wrote:
U.S. Acceptance of Gay/Lesbian Relations Is the New Normal

For third year, majority says gay/lesbian relations are morally acceptable

The slight majority of American adults, 54%, consider gay or lesbian relations morally acceptable. Public acceptance of gay/lesbian relations as morally acceptable grew slowly but steadily from 38% in 2002 to 56% in 2011 and is now holding at the majority level.

This Gallup trend mirrors the growth in public support for legalizing gay marriage, which has risen from 42% support in 2004 to 50% or greater support in the last two years. Americans' support for gay rights on both questions leveled off in this year's Values and Beliefs poll, conducted May 3-6.

Gallup's longer-term question measuring U.S. attitudes about gays asks whether gay or lesbian relations should or should not be legal. The 63% now saying gay relations should be legal nearly matches the record-high 64% of a year ago, which came after a long-term increase in support for legality from 32% in 1986.

Bottom Line

Americans' acceptance of gays and lesbians as equal members of society has increased steadily in the past decade to the point that half or more now agree that being gay is morally acceptable, that gay relations ought to be legal, and that gay or lesbian couples should have the right to legally marry. While public support has been trending upward, support on all three measures was slightly higher in 2011 than in the new 2012 poll, suggesting attitudes may be leveling off -- at least for the time being. However, they are stabilizing at a point that makes President Obama's decision to publicly support gay marriage much less controversial than it would have been even four years ago. Significant pockets of resistance remain -- namely Republicans, those 55 and older, Protestants, residents of the South, and, in some respects, men -- but majorities of other groups have grown comfortable with gay rights.
You are full of crap. When put to a popular vote gay marriage has failed generally by 75% against to 25% for, in every state including, believe it or not, California. The approval of such has been against the will of the people forced by pandering politicians courting the glbt vote.
mee

United States

#44 Jul 31, 2012
Well just for the record i am not gay i just believe if you are going to run a public company you should keep your beliefes to your self. This is america and gays have the same rights as everybody else and shouldnt have to feel bad about themselves just by walking in a place to eat!!!!!!!

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