Chicago alderman to block Chick-fil-A expansion

Jul 26, 2012 Full story: WTOP-FM Washington 1,131

A Chicago alderman, angered by the president of Chick-fil-A's comments that he is against gay marriage, said he will block the company from building a restaurant in his ward.

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#1063 Aug 6, 2012
This alderman is a little communist shlong-sucker. Literally.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#1064 Aug 6, 2012
Imprtnrd wrote:
<quoted text>you have proven one thing within all your post......you ARE inbred....but not Genius.....so sad for you.=)
and i can see from your avatar, that you are one of those queers we hear so much about these days.....good for you...everybody needs love, even if it's up the poop shoot....or, are you a canyon yodeler?

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#1065 Aug 6, 2012
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
and i can see from your avatar, that you are one of those queers we hear so much about these days.....good for you...everybody needs love, even if it's up the poop shoot....or, are you a canyon yodeler?
I can see from YOUR avatar that you REALLY enjoy those deep fried chicken sandwiches on blobs of dough, your neck is REALLY doing the collar over hang there, Cletus. You might be interested in a new invention, it is called a "vegetable", you might want to try eating one now and then.

“Married 6/17/08”

Since: Feb 07

Porterville, CA

#1066 Aug 6, 2012
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>I can see from YOUR avatar that you REALLY enjoy those deep fried chicken sandwiches on blobs of dough, your neck is REALLY doing the collar over hang there, Cletus. You might be interested in a new invention, it is called a "vegetable", you might want to try eating one now and then.
Please, quit giving away our secrets to a good life. Let it die of a hear attack.

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#1071 Aug 6, 2012
NoQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Curteese, we know exactly what you like. That's Right, you like D:ck dipped in your own feces for your afternoon delight. LMFAO
Oh, really?

I am glad you admit that I COULD reach my own behind with my huge enormous organ if I wanted to do so! Interested? Your vulgar queries make me wonder sometimes!

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#1072 Aug 6, 2012
jcofe wrote:
<quoted text>
Please, quit giving away our secrets to a good life. Let it die of a hear attack.
Don't worry....shh, keep this quiet!

It is ME who planned this whole Chcik-fil-A thing, I WANT them to go there and eat themselves into an early coronary! My next plans are to make them think Pork Rinds and deep fried candy bars are pro-traditional marriage so they can eat themselves to death even FASTER. Keep this under you hat!
voteearlyvoteoft en

Virginia Beach, VA

#1073 Aug 6, 2012
shovelhead72 wrote:
<quoted text>US currency didn't have that phrase printed on it, until 1957. Are you implying we were a less Godly country in 1956 than we are now?
Not true.

First appeared on coins in 1864. Continuously since 1909 on coins.

Since 1957 on PAPER currency.

Facts are cool!

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#1075 Aug 6, 2012
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>I can see from YOUR avatar that you REALLY enjoy those deep fried chicken sandwiches on blobs of dough, your neck is REALLY doing the collar over hang there, Cletus. You might be interested in a new invention, it is called a "vegetable", you might want to try eating one now and then.
some of the brave libs on topix don't mind attacking my picture, yet they are too skeered to put their own real picture on topix. Putting a picture of a cat on your profile might give people the wrong idea, they might think you are a little p ussy.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#1076 Aug 6, 2012
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>I can see from YOUR avatar that you REALLY enjoy those deep fried chicken sandwiches on blobs of dough, your neck is REALLY doing the collar over hang there, Cletus. You might be interested in a new invention, it is called a "vegetable", you might want to try eating one now and then.
what do yall feast on in Palm Springs....lobster? Arugula? Caviar? foi gras? baby lamb chops? roast duckling?
ROTFL

Searcy, AR

#1077 Aug 6, 2012
jcofe wrote:
<quoted text>Please, quit giving away our secrets to a good life. Let it die of a hear attack.
I'd be scared, but I have no idea what a hear attack is!!

“searching myself”

Since: Sep 09

In Charming CA

#1078 Aug 6, 2012
voteearlyvoteoften wrote:
<quoted text>
Not true.
First appeared on coins in 1864. Continuously since 1909 on coins.
Since 1957 on PAPER currency.
Facts are cool!
Aren't they though. So, are you joining our co-poster in declaring that the US govt. was promoting atheism up to and until 1865?

I still say inclusion of the phrases "Under God" and "In God We Trust," indicates that Christians need such constant reminders of who they worship, they insist it's part of the currency. Which leaves those of us who DON'T trust in a 'god', to spend money and recite a pledge to our flag which directly contradict our views. It's every American's flag, whether we believe ourselves "under god" or not - and you Christians would still have your untrammeled freedom to worship as you please, if the pledge, and the currency, and the decorations of our public buildings, applied to ALL Americans instead of JUST the Christian ones.

But, of course, we can't be havin' that....

Hint: Money was a sore point for the Lord of the Bible. He was known for smiting usurers, like Romney..........

Big steaming cup of hypocrisy, anyone????
voteearlyvoteoft en

Virginia Beach, VA

#1079 Aug 6, 2012
shovelhead72 wrote:
<quoted text>Aren't they though. So, are you joining our co-poster in declaring that the US govt. was promoting atheism up to and until 1865?
I still say inclusion of the phrases "Under God" and "In God We Trust," indicates that Christians need such constant reminders of who they worship, they insist it's part of the currency. Which leaves those of us who DON'T trust in a 'god', to spend money and recite a pledge to our flag which directly contradict our views. It's every American's flag, whether we believe ourselves "under god" or not - and you Christians would still have your untrammeled freedom to worship as you please, if the pledge, and the currency, and the decorations of our public buildings, applied to ALL Americans instead of JUST the Christian ones.
But, of course, we can't be havin' that....
Hint: Money was a sore point for the Lord of the Bible. He was known for smiting usurers, like Romney..........
Big steaming cup of hypocrisy, anyone????
Nope, it's merely that there is this urban myth going around that In God We Trust on currency is some sort of McCarthy thing that didn't appear until the 1950s......

And it isn't only Christians who trust in God, no?

Regarding ursurers passages, isn't cherry picking Bible passages just as bad when you do it? Hypocrisy indeed.
Brad

Manchester, CT

#1080 Aug 6, 2012
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>No it wouldn't. This mosque would be for AMERICAN Muslims, who are supposed to have all the freedoms of the rest of us, but I forget, you guys only want people who are stamped out of YOUR mold to have freedoms and liberty, not the rest of us.
Then where were all these supposed American Muslims protesting the day the towers fell?
The liberal MSM would have run those videos on a 24-7 loop if they existed.

“searching myself”

Since: Sep 09

In Charming CA

#1081 Aug 6, 2012
voteearlyvoteoften wrote:
<quoted text>
Nope, it's merely that there is this urban myth going around that In God We Trust on currency is some sort of McCarthy thing that didn't appear until the 1950s......
And it isn't only Christians who trust in God, no?
Regarding ursurers passages, isn't cherry picking Bible passages just as bad when you do it? Hypocrisy indeed.
Yeah, it 's hard to find a Christian that likes being schooled in their own book of fairy tales. You guys apparently feel that 'cherry picking' is your prerogative, and off limits to those who don't view your Bible as a users manual.

Sorry about your luck, there, fella.
Carolina Watchdog

Lenoir, NC

#1083 Aug 6, 2012
Please send the "not wanted" Chick-Fil-A to our area...we like their sandwiches and their right to free speech

Since: Mar 09

The Left Coast

#1084 Aug 6, 2012
ROTFL wrote:
<quoted text>
I'd be scared, but I have no idea what a hear attack is!!
Be either, but I bet it's progressive.

“Married 6/17/08”

Since: Feb 07

Porterville, CA

#1085 Aug 6, 2012
ROTFL wrote:
<quoted text>
I'd be scared, but I have no idea what a hear attack is!!
The comment was not made to you so don't worry about it, it is none of your business.
obama IS A TOTAL DOOSH

Philadelphia, PA

#1086 Aug 6, 2012
the Chick Fil A grilled chicken sandwich is a most tasty and healthy sandwich !

you angry gaybots have done so much for this fine American company !

Thank you for your continued foolishness

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#1087 Aug 6, 2012
This Chicago Alderman has male blow up dolls and gerbils up his butt. Harry Reid's contact told me.
downhill246

Boca Raton, FL

#1088 Aug 6, 2012
shovelhead72 wrote:
<quoted text>Aren't they though. So, are you joining our co-poster in declaring that the US govt. was promoting atheism up to and until 1865?
I still say inclusion of the phrases "Under God" and "In God We Trust," indicates that Christians need such constant reminders of who they worship, they insist it's part of the currency. Which leaves those of us who DON'T trust in a 'god', to spend money and recite a pledge to our flag which directly contradict our views. It's every American's flag, whether we believe ourselves "under god" or not - and you Christians would still have your untrammeled freedom to worship as you please, if the pledge, and the currency, and the decorations of our public buildings, applied to ALL Americans instead of JUST the Christian ones.
But, of course, we can't be havin' that....
Hint: Money was a sore point for the Lord of the Bible. He was known for smiting usurers, like Romney..........
Big steaming cup of hypocrisy, anyone????
I doubt if our government was promoting atheism since they included oaths to God and affirmations for Quakers in Art VI of the US Constitution and never mentioned any accommodations for atheists.

"Oaths have a solemn obligation upon the minds of all reflecting men, and especially upon those who feel a deep sense of accountability to a Supreme Being...... But there are know denominations of men, who are conscientiously scrupulous of taking oaths (among which is that pure and distinguished sect of Christians, commonly called Friends, or Quakers,) and therefore, to prevent any unjustifiable exclusion from office, the constitution has permitted a solemn affirmation to be made instead of an oath, and as its equivalent

(Joseph Story, Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States, 1833, pp. 1838ff.).

Joseph Story, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, 1811-1845
Co-founder of Harvard Law School

On witnesses in an American court of Law:
“Infidels and pagans were banished from the halls of justice as unworthy of credit.”
[Life and letters of Joseph Story, Vol. II 1851, pp. 8-9]

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