(sing it to the tune of "Yesterday"...it will never leave your head.)
Anyway, I've been seeing various people post things about Chik-fil-A lately and honestly, it's a little annoying to me.
If you want to support Chik-fil-A by eating there because you want to make a statement about your stance on gay marriage, by all means, please do so.
If you want to boycott Chik-fil-A by not eating there because you want to make a statement about your stance on gay marriage, by all means, please do so. Or not do so. You know what I mean.
I read this post about the Chik-fil-A war on a blog by Rachel Held Evans. I may not agree with everything, but I do think that this at least makes you think about how you react to what I'm sure will be remembered as the Great Chicken War of 2012. History teachers will likely give really hard quizzes on this 100 years from now.
That's the great thing about America. It is a free country. Dan Cathy can say whatever he wants and can put the money from his business wherever he wants. You can choose to eat there or not eat there. It's that simple. Maybe if all of us stopped talking about what we believe and actually lived it, there would be a lot less clucking going on.