Would you eat at Chick-fil-A, knowing it opposes marriage equality?
Jul 26, 2012
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“No. I do like chicken. And it would be a sacrifice to avoid Chick-fil-A. But I don’t want to support discrimin-ation. It’s that simple. I believe that everybody should have the right to marry the person of their choice.”
“No. The COO of Chick-fil-A is a detriment to human-rights issues. I don’t need a chicken sandwich so bad that I would put money into his coffers. I feel strongly in support of marriage equality, so I wouldn’t want to support the COO in any way.”
“I would never eat there. I don’t like the idea that religion pervades that place to such a high level that they’re not open on Sundays. And now they’re funding anti-LGBT groups. Even though I’m straight, it angers me as a human being.”
“Yes. I do support marriage equality, but if I boycotted every corrupt business, I’d go crazy. America is corrupt everywhere you go. You can’t get around it. I wouldn’t go to the extreme of boycotting every corrupt business.”