Gay rights protesters to flood Chick-fil-A for Same Sex Kiss Day to counter Huckabee-inspired Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day - NY Daily News
If you haven't heard, the president of Chick-Fil-A openly expressed his disapproval of homosexuality. I'm here to once again point out hypocrisy among the pro-gay crowd as well as a fact out businesses people should be aware of by now.
So, the hypocrisy: one of the main gay arguments for why homosexuality is acceptable is that it harms no one. We shouldn't speak out against it because it doesn't harm the people involved or anyone around them. What they do behind closed doors is no one's business. That's cool. The president's comment that has everyone so fired up was "gays are inviting God's judgement on our nation". So, who here was harmed? The gays protesting looked in pretty good shape to me. Some of them even had huge smiles on their faces in the pictures I saw. I wasn't harmed when I read the statement - I feel like a million dollars right now. Were any of you harmed after you read his remark? Someone who essentially says "I don't like homosexuality" harms no one, yet gays instantly protest as if their lives were being destroyed. The president did not make a threat, or solicit someone else to carry out a violent act, or say anything along the lines of "gays deserve to be killed". Just so everyone here remembers: homosexuality is okay because it's not harmful, but expressing disapproval of homosexuality is forbidden... despite the fact that it isn't harmful. Gays have the right to speak out against things that aren't harmful - just not everyone else. Bear that in mind for now and evermore. And since you guys like to compare gays to blacks, lets do that for a second: when we protested, we actually had valid reasons to. We were being hosed down, hanged from trees, raped without receiving justice, thrown in jail for crimes we didn't commit, denied education and jobs, you name it - it was happening to black people. Gays protest whenever someone has a different opinion than their own ( something that harms no one ) so what we have here is a comparison of apples and oranges, and not only protests, but they've resorted to vandalism as well: Chick-Fil-A In Torrance, Calif., Graffitied With 'Tastes Like Hate' . It's nice to see that your lot is not only hypocritical, but they're turning into criminals as well. What's next, setting fire to the restaurants or assaulting their employees? And here is the best part - the artist says it wasn't vandalism. Yeah, my jaw is on the floor too.
Moving on to the second topic: the world revolves around money, folks. If a business president were to come out and say "we love gays", it doesn't really mean he loves gays. It means, just like Obama realized, it's in his best interest to say he does even if he doesn't because it's beneficial to him. I'm sure gays and their supporters would flock like the sheeple they are to a restaurant or business that proclaimed they were a "business that loves gays" - completely ignoring the fact that what someone says and what someone truly believes can be two totally different things. To give you an example, I don't for a second believe Chris Brown, who recently made the public remark "love who you wanna love", isn't homophobic. I grew up in the "hood" just like CB did, and the term "faggot" is always used as an insult, and if there was a gay kid around, we'd stay away from him just like any other people we deemed "weird". Chris Brown just knows that coming out and saying "screw faggots" would cause him to lose however many homosexual and homosexual-supporter fans he has that keep his pockets fat. As a matter of fact, I commend the president of Chick-fil-A, not because he is religious, but he is one of the few people who voices his honest opinion as opposed to lying just to save a couple bucks. Sure, it probably hurt the business in some way or another, but at the end of the day, his integrity was in tact and he went to sleep that night knowing he didn't lie just to stay rich.
For the record, anyone coming out JUST NOW saying "gay is okay" is most likely a hypocrite, because if they were so passionate about the topic, they would have come out and said it years ago - not just in 2012 where it happens to be convenient and beneficial to. Chris has been singing since 2005 - why is he suddenly advocating gays now? Same goes with everyone else who is all "we love everyone" these days. Just a bunch of lying, greedy dumb dogs with not an ounce of integrity left in them. I wished we live in a world where people's morals meant more to them than their dollars did. And this doesn't just go for the homosexuality debate - this goes for EVERYTHING. The "pastors" running these mega churches, like Joel Osteen, are no different. We are not supposed to pay tithes - meaning people like Osteen who do are robbing millions of people. Jesus NEVER collected tithes from anyone, and always GAVE FREELY. When you go to his website, the first thing you see at the top is "Purchase A Copy Of This CD". He even completely twists a scripture out of the bible on his website to make it mean what he wants it to mean in order to justify tithing. It's ridiculous. Soon the world is going to be filled with so many conniving liars with no concern for values that it's going to be absolutely unbearable to live on this planet and impossible to trust anyone. I'm thankful I was born now when there are still enough decent people in the world that I can maintain my sanity. I don't know how the upcoming generations are going to make it.
I congratulate anyone who had the patience to read all this. I didn't realize it had gotten that lengthy.