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Chick-fil-A ‘kiss-in’ day of protest yesterday was a bust

04 Aug

Those of you who have heard about the Chick-fil-A controversy, i.e. everyone, probably knew that, in response to the huge turnout on Wednesday’s ‘Appreciation Day’ buycott, plans by gay protesters had been made, to have a day of ‘kiss-ins’ at Chick-fil-A locations across America, scheduled for yesterday.

By all indications, it seems, unlike the highly successful pro-Chick-fil-A turnout on Wednesday, their anti-Chick-fil-A protest turned out to be a bust, with a lot less people (e.g. see here, here, here, here, here and here).

Further, I note that in all the pics I saw of the ‘kiss-ins’ (e.g. here, here, here, here, here, and here), none of them had the guts to go into the restaurants, engage in PDAs, and risk getting thrown out and having the police involved (of course, that would have involved spending money, i.e. giving it to Chick-fil-A, unless they planned to just sit down anyway, or try to just order water, which no doubt put a damper on their plans); all the pics shown are of sodomites outside Chick-fil-A locations, whether outdoors or in mall food courts, engaging in their vile PDAs.  How much of a ‘kiss-in’ is it, if you don’t even go into the restaurants?  Lame.

So, two words for the ‘kiss-in’ protests:

Epic fail.

Whereas the Appreciation Day was a resounding success.

Nice to see an occasional victory for those of us standing for the the right, the good, and the proper, over our enemies.

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6 responses to “Chick-fil-A ‘kiss-in’ day of protest yesterday was a bust

  1. El Bastardo

    August 8, 2012 at 3:46 pm

    Man, gay people crack me up. You know, all the people I hear talking about how there is nothing wrong with gay, are also the first comedians, movie makers, tv sitcoms, or the like who make fun of them; because they are hilarious to laugh at.

    And the elephant in the room is not a republican, but the fact that no one wants to say homosexuality is wrong anymore, although it is funny to make fun of in public; not to their face?

    I empathize with the homosexuals who do not support the gay rights agenda on marriage, they know better. When the s*** goes down, and I don’t mean when they get freaky, they want to remain anonymous; or just not be tied down to one partner.

    Once again, this is why radfem lesbians should not be allowed to speak in public discourse!

     
  2. Will S.

    August 8, 2012 at 9:36 pm

    @ El Bastardo: “Man, gay people crack me up. You know, all the people I hear talking about how there is nothing wrong with gay, are also the first comedians, movie makers, tv sitcoms, or the like who make fun of them; because they are hilarious to laugh at.”

    Oh yeah! I’ve noticed that many people I’ve known who like to think of themselves as ‘progressive’ are the first to say, “That’s so gay”..Or of course, amongst the women, to accuse guys who either spurn their attentions, or who oppose feminism, of being a gay small-dicked loser with mommy issues playing video games in his mom’s basement.

    I heard a metal song on the radio, in which the singer accused corporations of ‘sodomizing’ us, and I though, too bad the most radical queers couldn’t hear this, though, again, being a ‘good leftist’ that he was, he’d probably get away with it, as he has thus far…

    “I empathize with the homosexuals who do not support the gay rights agenda on marriage, they know better. When the s*** goes down, and I don’t mean when they get freaky, they want to remain anonymous; or just not be tied down to one partner.”

    As I do, too; I know some closeted gays – yes, there still are some in the 21st century – who just prefer, far as I can tell, to be generally left alone. I count some of them as friends; not as close as other friends, but friends nevertheless.

    “Once again, this is why radfem lesbians should not be allowed to speak in public discourse!”

    Hear, hear!

     

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