If someone else feels that strongly against SSM, then it would be right for them as well to not spend money someplace that supports SSM.
Here's a flip question, would you spend money at a business that was owned by a KKK member or someone who was openly against the United States?
I dont think I would know if a business was run by a KKK member. But if I found out it was it would depend. Is this business refusing to serve black people or treating them different in some way? If no, then I have no problem with that business. The owners beliefs and a businesses practices are not the same thing. Chick Fil A is not discriminating against gays in any way. They will give a gay man the same service, pricing food and anything else that they give to a straight man. They employ gay people and they pay them the same. (i know of a couple that both work at the same chick fil a) It would be one thing if Chick Fil A discriminated but there is absolutely no proof of that.Here's a flip question, would you spend money at a business that was owned by a KKK member or someone who was openly against the United States?
Originally Posted by Jerry
I didn't eat at Chic-Fil-A to begin with.
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