Reveling in the Chick-fil-A Revolution
So P. J. Gladnick is who wrote this for NewsBusters, and basically Sally Quinn is recommending that gays and lesbians infiltrate Chick-fil-A restaurants to the point where they become gay hangouts, to such an extent that even gay weddings would be performed there. This is what Sally Quinn is urging in her On Faith blog at the Washington Post. Now, if you think that recommendation’s absurd beyond belief, you won’t be alone. Her blog is filled with commenters whose reactions can best be described as — well, face in palm. You can’t blame ’em after reading this from Sally Quinn.
“While Christians will be showing up at the restaurants in droves today, there is a movement afoot by ‘The Gay and Lesbian Alliance against Defamation’ to stage kiss-ins in front of many outlets. Mayors of Washington, San Francisco, Boston and Chicago have expressed their outrage at the company policy. What to do if you feel the same way? The idea of a boycott is so cliched. Even the kiss-in doesn’t really make the point. Gays and lesbians could start applying for jobs at Chick-fil-A. Get in there. Become managers, take over the places. Gays could begin patronizing Chick-fil-As and I don’t mean carry out. Make the restaurants the gay hangouts of the community. Gay partners and married gays could begin taking their children there. They could start having birthday parties for their kids. They could have gay pride events there. (They have an events manager — just call.) They could even have gay weddings there.”
Sally Quinn is urging this in a blog at the Washington Post. Folks, they’re beside themselves. Is Sally looking for a little action? I wonder what’s going on here. But this is what she’s suggesting, and it’s an indication of how they were thrown for loops yesterday. You’re not supposed to be reminded of numbers like this. And you’re not supposed to be reminded of energy like this. This was, as much as anything, a huge realization of where momentum is in this country, and where it isn’t, and you’re just not supposed to illustrate that. It’s just not supposed to happen. But the hatred, I mean the vile, disgusting hatred that comes from people on the left.
Nobody at Chick-fil-A did anything to anybody yesterday. Nobody hurt anybody. Nobody raised anybody’s taxes. Nobody said nobody couldn’t do anything yesterday, just went in there and patronized the place to show solidarity, and that’s got people all upset. So, just keep a sharp eye.