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What did chick fil-a actually do wrong?

Posted Oct 28, '12 at 6:20am

HahiHa

HahiHa

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How, exactly? Oh, they donate to charites that don't support gays?

If only. No, they donated to groups that actively discriminated gays and wanted to make them criminals.

Atheism is the king LOL AMIRITE DAE?

What does that have to do with anything?

Grow the **** up. Not everyone believes the same as you.

Doesn't mean you can do whatever you want.
 

Posted Oct 28, '12 at 6:27am

nichodemus

nichodemus

13,300 posts

Knight

Why should homosexuals tolerate people who oppress them? It's like telling a black man to be tolerant of the signs preventing him from going into half the city before he gets granted rights.

If there's anyone who's bigoted, sad to say, it's people like you who think gays are somehow hypocrites.

 

Posted Oct 28, '12 at 7:40am

MageGrayWolf

MageGrayWolf

9,782 posts

Knight

A lot of good all those protestors did.

Chick-fil-A has now had their most profitable quarter in years.


Actually it did do some good.
Chick-Fil-A Agrees To Cease Funding To Anti-Gay Organizations, Chicago LGBT Group Claims
Chick-fil-A Stops Anti-Gay Donations, Adopts Anti-Discrimination Policy
 

Posted Oct 28, '12 at 8:23am

nichodemus

nichodemus

13,300 posts

Knight

Plus it spreads the word and makes it a more prominent agenda.

 

Posted Oct 28, '12 at 12:02pm

VonHeisenbourg

VonHeisenbourg

379 posts

However what is happening is that he instead supports anti-gay organisations, organisations that discriminate and actively act against other people simply because they don't like them.

Aren't you doing the same thing to this Chick Fil-A restaurant as they're doing to gay people? You're discriminating against them and actively working to ruin them much as they're to get rid of gay people. Hypocritical? I'm not saying it's right what Chick Fil-A did of course, just that a lot of you guys sound like hypocrites to me.

If there's anyone who's bigoted, sad to say, it's people like you who think gays are somehow hypocrites.

They're hypocrites. They tell people not to discriminate against them and not to act against them, but they did all that to Chick Fil-A.

One of the few times being a hypocrite is actually right and makes sense though (to stop discrimination and to stop hate groups). Don't you think?
 

Posted Oct 28, '12 at 12:26pm

MageGrayWolf

MageGrayWolf

9,782 posts

Knight

Aren't you doing the same thing to this Chick Fil-A restaurant as they're doing to gay people? You're discriminating against them and actively working to ruin them much as they're to get rid of gay people. Hypocritical? I'm not saying it's right what Chick Fil-A did of course, just that a lot of you guys sound like hypocrites to me.


Going against discrimination isn't discrimination in itself. All they did was put the discrimination into the public view, stopped providing Chick-Fil-A funding and asked others to do the same.
 

Posted Oct 28, '12 at 12:30pm

Kasic

Kasic

5,740 posts

They're hypocrites. They tell people not to discriminate against them and not to act against them, but they did all that to Chick Fil-A.


No. If they were being hypocrites, here's what they would have to do.

1) Fund anti-heterosexual groups for the re-education of heterosexuals to 'cure' them.
2) Speak out how they think a heterosexual's lifestyle choices are 'immoral' and will condemn said hetersexual to eternal punishment.
3) Lobby for the rights of heterosexuals to be taken away and against heterosexual marriage.

All people are doing is saying Chick-Fil-A's choices were bad and that until such actions were stopped people should support them.
 

Posted Oct 28, '12 at 12:43pm

nichodemus

nichodemus

13,300 posts

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They're hypocrites. They tell people not to discriminate against them and not to act against them, but they did all that to Chick Fil-A.

One of the few times being a hypocrite is actually right and makes sense though (to stop discrimination and to stop hate groups). Don't you think?


It is not hypocritical. Chick a fill and homophones are allowed to broadcast their anti gay stance so long as it does not constitute libel or discrimination. Homophobic reactions are rooted in hate and bigotry; allowing people the dignity to live their own lives, have equal rights, and to fight against people who deny them such freedoms are not grounded in prejudice.

That's like stating a Nazi is allowed to hate on Jews and to prevent a Jew from doing such and such activities because clearly a policy that aims for fairness for all is somehow discriminatory against Nazi ideals that are based on prejudice and intolerance.

Being homophobic and campaigning against gay people and fighting against such discrimination are two different issues altogether. Gay activists do not discriminate against homophobes, because discrimination entails being intolerant for baseless reasons.
 

Posted Oct 28, '12 at 12:44pm

nichodemus

nichodemus

13,300 posts

Knight

not allowing*

Homophobes*

 

Posted Oct 28, '12 at 4:26pm

PauseBreak

PauseBreak

317 posts

I know right? How dare they not be tolerate of people that want to oppress them and even try and mark them criminals for their sexuality


I know right? Because homosexuals are beaten in the streets, put in concentration camps, aren't allowed to ride buses with straight people, and put in gas chambers.

Homosexuals just want to be left alone and treated like normal people while having their pervert-parades and dressing acting like fruit-cakes. Because when you are gay you are born with a lisp? Amirite?
If there is anything we can thank the homosexuals for its the advancement in AIDS treatment. If it wasn't for them spreading the disease like candy in the 80's and somehow catching a "super" version of the virus that kills in months our treatments would be still in the stone age.
 
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