Chick-fil-A president: Gay marriage is "inviting God's judgement on our nation"

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    Jul 19, 2012 5:53 PM GMT
    http://dailycaller.com/2012/07/18/chick-fil-a-president-gay-marriage-is-inviting-gods-judgment-on-our-nation-audio/

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    Jul 19, 2012 6:00 PM GMT
    LOL! You know, I don't really have much issue with them regarding their anti-gay stance and being vocal about it even though I don't share their opinion at all. I just think it sucks and doesn't make much business sense to openly attack or try to exclude certain types of people. What a way to drive away potential customers, eh? I guess upholding God's laws is more important than maintaining a business and making a living.
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    Jul 19, 2012 6:23 PM GMT
    Maybe we should change from the strategy of a boycott to continually showing up at their restaurants, boyfriend holding boyfriend's hand, girlfriend holding girlfriend's hand, gay couples with children, lesbian couples with children, late night stop for food with friends after the gay club, gay coffee shop, and make it every town's local gay hangout.
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    Jul 19, 2012 6:44 PM GMT
    I'm just curious, why do you think their stance on gay marriage has had a negative impact to their business?

    While they may be alienating some people it doesn't seem to have had an impact. There are many gays on this site who have stated they still eat their food, so I'm wondering if there is any evidence that they are suffering as a business?

    I personally will not eat their food because they are actively using their money to fund anti-gay organizations.


    pocketnico saidLOL! You know, I don't really have much issue with them regarding their anti-gay stance and being vocal about it even though I don't share their opinion at all. I just think it sucks and doesn't make much business sense to openly attack or try to exclude certain types of people. What a way to drive away potential customers, eh? I guess upholding God's laws is more important than maintaining a business and making a living.
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    creyente saidI'm just curious, why do you think their stance on gay marriage has had a negative impact to their business?

    While they may be alienating some people it doesn't seem to have had an impact. There are many gays on this site who have stated they still eat their food, so I'm wondering if there is any evidence that they are suffering as a business?

    I personally will not eat their food because they are actively using their money to fund anti-gay organizations.


    I didn't say that their business was suffering at all. I simply meant that it sucks they feel a need to attack a certain group of people. I would think most businesses know better that it's ideal to attract as many customers as they can, but apparently in Chick-fil-A's case, God's people matter more than other customers icon_rolleyes.gif

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    Jul 19, 2012 6:57 PM GMT
    lol.. ok then.

    I was just hoping there was some data that would show they are not doing well. icon_confused.gif
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    creyente saidI'm just curious, why do you think their stance on gay marriage has had a negative impact to their business?

    While they may be alienating some people it doesn't seem to have had an impact. There are many gays on this site who have stated they still eat their food, so I'm wondering if there is any evidence that they are suffering as a business?

    I personally will not eat their food because they are actively using their money to fund anti-gay organizations.


    I didn't say that their business was suffering at all. I simply meant that it sucks they feel a need to attack a certain group of people. I would think most businesses know better that it's ideal to attract as many customers as they can, but apparently in Chick-fil-A's case, God's people matter more than other customers icon_rolleyes.gif

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    Jul 19, 2012 7:00 PM GMT
    creyente saidlol.. ok then.

    I was just hoping there was some data that would show they are not doing well. icon_confused.gif


    Nope, not quite. That'd be wishful thinking for many of us, I'd say. But nothing lasts forever, eh? All business eventually meet their end icon_wink.gif
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    Jul 19, 2012 8:44 PM GMT
    Many agree that the US is already under God's judgment.

    Starting around the 1960's, the US turned toward becoming a post-Christian nation.

    Using a phony doctrine of separation of church and state, for example, the Supreme Court removed the Bible, prayer, and any mention of God from government schools. There was a distinctively anti-Judeo-Christian sexual revolution. Approximately 50 million unborn babies have reportedly been killed since Roe vs. Wade in the early 70's.

    The list of national catastrophes since then is not coincidental according to many believers: the defeat in Viet Nam, Katrina, 9/11, the financial crisis, the BP oil spill, the non-recovery, the other destruction caused by the Obama administration, being bogged down in two costly wars, one-third of the US now a disaster area. Many feel like it's only a matter of time before the next blow to America, formerly a Judeo-Christian City on a Hill to the entire world, formerly a secure beacon of freedom and prosperity.

    The Isaiah 9:10 judgment is the subject of Rabbi Cahn's NY Times bestseller "The Harbinger."



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    Jul 19, 2012 8:49 PM GMT
    jockfever saidMany agree that the US is already under God's judgment.

    Starting around the 1960's, the US turned toward becoming a post-Christian nation.

    Using a phony doctrine of separation of church and state, for example, the Supreme Court removed the Bible, prayer, and any mention of God from government schools. There was a distinctively anti-Judeo-Christian sexual revolution. Approximately 50 million unborn babies have reportedly been killed since Roe vs. Wade in the early 70's.

    The list of national catastrophes since then is not coincidental according to many believers: the defeat in Viet Nam, Katrina, 9/11, the financial crisis, the BP oil spill, the non-recovery, the other destruction caused by the Obama administration, being bogged down in two costly wars, one-third of the US now a disaster area. Many feel like it's only a matter of time before the next blow to America, formerly a Judeo-Christian City on a Hill to the entire world, formerly a secure beacon of freedom and prosperity.

    The Isaiah 9:10 judgment is the subject of Rabbi Cahn's NY Times bestseller "The Harbinger."



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    Jul 19, 2012 8:52 PM GMT
    jockfever saidMany agree that the US is already under God's judgment.

    Starting around the 1960's, the US turned toward becoming a post-Christian nation.

    Using a phony doctrine of separation of church and state, for example, the Supreme Court removed the Bible, prayer, and any mention of God from government schools. There was a distinctively anti-Judeo-Christian sexual revolution. Approximately 50 million unborn babies have reportedly been killed since Roe vs. Wade in the early 70's.

    The list of national catastrophes since then is not coincidental according to many believers: the defeat in Viet Nam, Katrina, 9/11, the financial crisis, the BP oil spill, the non-recovery, the other destruction caused by the Obama administration, being bogged down in two costly wars, one-third of the US now a disaster area. Many feel like it's only a matter of time before the next blow to America, formerly a Judeo-Christian City on a Hill to the entire world, formerly a secure beacon of freedom and prosperity.

    The Isaiah 9:10 judgment is the subject of Rabbi Cahn's NY Times bestseller "The Harbinger."





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    Jul 19, 2012 8:54 PM GMT
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    I have no idea why he posts. No one - and I mean no one - listens to him.
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    Jul 19, 2012 9:13 PM GMT
    Who'da thought God would need an invite? I always sort of pictured him as more the party crasher.
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    Jul 19, 2012 9:15 PM GMT
    theantijock saidWho'da thought God would need an invite? I always sort of pictured him as more the party crasher.


    God will be like the Kool-Aid guy in Family Guy. Crashing at the wrong time.
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    Jul 19, 2012 9:26 PM GMT
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    pishadecai said
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    I have no idea why he posts. No one - and I mean no one - listens to him.

    Actually, there are a couple of prolific posters of the News & Politics that do subscribe to his wild, tinfoil-hat theories.
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    Iceblink said
    showme said
    pishadecai said
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    I have no idea why he posts. No one - and I mean no one - listens to him.

    Actually, there are a couple of prolific posters of the News & Politics that do subscribe to his wild, tinfoil-hat theories.


    There are obviously right-wingers here, but I personally have never seen anyone agree with most of the dreck that JF posts.
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    Jul 19, 2012 9:35 PM GMT
    showme said
    Iceblink said
    showme said
    pishadecai said
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    I have no idea why he posts. No one - and I mean no one - listens to him.

    Actually, there are a couple of prolific posters of the News & Politics that do subscribe to his wild, tinfoil-hat theories.


    There are obviously right-wingers here, but I personally have never seen anyone agree with most of the dreck that JF posts.


    Is he the one who accuses non-believers of being pagan-atheists? Apparently atheists and pagans are the same thing according to him, lol.
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    Jul 19, 2012 9:41 PM GMT
    Parker817 said


    But she leaves out the MSG. Why, oh why? MSG is delicious. And "Chinese restaurant syndrome" is a myth.

    I have a cooking shaker of MSG right next to the salt shaker.
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    Jul 19, 2012 9:45 PM GMT
    showme said
    Iceblink said
    showme said
    pishadecai said
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    I have no idea why he posts. No one - and I mean no one - listens to him.

    Actually, there are a couple of prolific posters of the News & Politics that do subscribe to his wild, tinfoil-hat theories.


    There are obviously right-wingers here, but I personally have never seen anyone agree with most of the dreck that JF posts.

    Read near the bottom of this page.

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/318638?forumpage=13
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    Jul 19, 2012 9:46 PM GMT
    Because all the rapes, murders, hate crimes, and acts of cruelty that happen in this country aren't enough to bring judgment, gay-marriage is the last straw, lol. What a dumb-ass
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    Jul 19, 2012 9:58 PM GMT
    Iceblink said
    showme said
    Iceblink said
    showme said
    pishadecai said
    ¿Qué? icon_eek.gif


    I have no idea why he posts. No one - and I mean no one - listens to him.

    Actually, there are a couple of prolific posters of the News & Politics that do subscribe to his wild, tinfoil-hat theories.


    There are obviously right-wingers here, but I personally have never seen anyone agree with most of the dreck that JF posts.

    Read near the bottom of this page.

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/318638?forumpage=13


    Well, take a look at how hedged that post is. "I would think if these allegations are not true . . . seems awfully thin. Just something to think about." Never a direct agreement. I completely agree that the poster in question is trying to stir shit up on the birther front, and that it's slimy, but I don't think he actually believes it. That's just me, though.
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    Jul 19, 2012 10:28 PM GMT
    He does have a point. I mean, it does seem obvious that in each and every state where gay marriage is legal, gods judgement has been invited on those states.
    I am starting to believe that about 4 years ago we began to de-evolve and now each and every day, faster and faster, we are moving towards neanderthals. This guy is just one of many examples.
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    smartmoney saidHe does have a point. I mean, it does seem obvious that in each and every state where gay marriage is legal, gods judgement has been invited on those states.
    I am starting to believe that about 4 years ago we began to de-evolve and now each and every day, faster and faster, we are moving towards neanderthals. This guy is just one of many examples.

    Neanderthals? Yay! The whole world is going to be like one big Bear Bar.
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    Jul 19, 2012 10:34 PM GMT
    Crankyella said
    jockfever saidMany agree that the US is already under God's judgment.

    Many agree that you are seriously deranged.
    That is 100% correct. Jockfever needs to be committed to a psychiatric ward to find out the root cause of his belief in some fairy tale god.
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    Jul 19, 2012 10:37 PM GMT
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    Crankyella said
    jockfever saidMany agree that the US is already under God's judgment.

    Many agree that you are seriously deranged.
    That is 100% correct. Jockfever needs to be committed to a psychiatric ward to find out the root cause of his belief in some fairy tale god.


    This speaks volumes!