Boston mayor: Chick-fil-A "discriminates against a population"

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Chip Van Emmerik's picture

Guess Chick-fil-a isn't the only one discriminating, huh?

Why is it that my voice always seems to be loudest when I am saying the dumbest things?

Jonathan Charles's picture

Good!  More Chick-Fil-A for the rest of us.  They have $4B in annual sales.  They are debt free and Truett Cathy is worth $1B-4x that of Mitt Romney.  Chick-Fil-A doesn't need Boston.

Dick Dayton's picture

It should not surprise us that a city like Boston would be antagonistic to those with publicly stated Biblical beliefs.  Harvard has gone quite a way down the road since its founding as a school for minister, and the city of Boston is certainly a needy mission field.


Note Kevin Bauder's post regarding the intolerance of "tolerance," which we are seeing here.  The city of Boston does not want to be a marketplace where ideas are shared.  It wants to be a state controlling, mind dictating entity. 


However, this is what we should expect from this depraved world.  We are to be lights in a dark place.  I have a friend who is church planting in the Cambridge area.  What a mission field  ! !


Let us applaud those willing to publicly state their belief system. 

Dick Dayton