My local Chick-fil-A. How's that boycott working out? instagr.am/p/Nl5jeGR3vH/
July 27, 2012 2:22 PM
Chick-fil-A boycott failing bigtimeThis should make you smile - go to Twitchy and read the tweets and see the pictures. Chick-fil-A business is booming. who needs Boston and Chicago? and why don't those Stalinist mayors get busy fixing real problems rather than anticipating fake ones?
Chick-fil-A boycott? You're doing it wrong: Reports, photos show it is a total fail
Even as Chicago, Boston and now other cities are trying to shut out Chick-fil-A for not toeing a leftist line, citizens are supporting free speech and opposing tolerance tyrants.
And it is not just ShePAC co-chair Teri Christoph's local Chick-fil-A, either. The Twittersphere is weighing in and they love them some Chick-fil-A. Conan O'Brien thinks the entire Chick-fil-A controversy is cuckoo pants.
It's hard to believe that the greatest division in American politics these days is "pro-" or "anti-Chick-fil-A."
Screenwriter Kevin Williamson claims he supports the boycott, as a good little Hollywood liberal should do, but even he can't resist the siren call of Chick-fil-A.Of course, Chick-fil-As are closed on Sundays. They are not, however, closed today and Twitter users are reporting from the oh-so-controversial battle zone! The boycott? The Left is totally doing it wrong.
I fully support the Chick Fil-A boycott but they're so good. Can we have a cheat day? I propose Sunday.
The drive thru line at Chick-Fil-A is wrapped around the building and the inside is packed. I don't think the boycott worked.Read more at Twitchy.
I don't understand the whole Chick-Fil-A fiasco. If people are allowed to support gay marriage, shouldn't others be allowed to oppose it?
How did this blogger get this picture? It is taken at our local CFA, Barbara!
Posted by: Sandra | July 28, 2012 5:24 PM
I guess someone sent it in. I thought it was our Chick-fil-A, but then thought maybe they all looked the same. Thanks for the confirmation, Sandra!
Our Chick-fil-A opened just a few months ago and was eagerly anticipated and still has long lines every day.
Posted by: Barbara | July 28, 2012 8:04 PM
That was tweeted from someone local and a different blogger used it, too.
Posted by: Sandra | July 28, 2012 9:08 PM