Chick-fil-A's "pervasive Christian traditionalism" "infiltrates" NYC

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Andrew K's picture

Frankly, I never thought I'd read in my lifetime a piece of such boldfaced bigotry published in a mainstream and highly-regarded media outlet.

dgszweda's picture

Another typical writeup where the left espouses their willingness for acceptance of all people aligned with a demand for all others to follow and when you don't you are astrocized.  The hypocrisy is always telling.

What is even funnier is that Chik-fil-A goes further than most any restaurant that I have seen to be kind, courteous and helpful to anyone from any walk in life.  They take the abuse and still turn with a smile to assist.  They hire people of all races, creeds and orientations, yet just because they hold to a religious conviction they are abused.  

M. Osborne's picture

Of course we know that Chic-Fil-A's board meetings are all about how to "infiltrate" and "proselytize" NYC. Bwa-ha-ha-haaaaaa....

"The wicked flee when no one pursues." Proverbs 28:1

Honestly, the service at BK, McD's, etc. rises and falls based on whoever's working that day. Sometimes it's good friendly service; sometimes you get someone who can barely open his mouth to talk to you. But I've found Chic-Fil-A to have pretty consistent quality service, the few times that we go out to each, usually on road trips.

Michael Osborne
Philadelphia, PA

Jim's picture

From this and the article itself, one would think terrorists or some other hostile entity were invading America’s Big Apple, not that a restaurant famous for its fried chicken sandwiches had opened another location. The vitriol toward a company a Christian founded highlights just how much progressives hate Christianity.