Personally, I avoid Chic Filet A. I try not to patronize businesses that like to force their religious beliefs onto their employees. I refuse to shop at Hobby Lobby for the same reason. We live in the 21st century. Birth control should be readily available. We are no longer trying to populate the world.
I thank God regularly that over the past 12 months my fine city has brought both
a Chick-Fil-A and
a Hobby Lobby into our zip code! I do everything I can to patronize them both as often as possible. We just got done eating chicken for dinner. I'd never had their nuggets before tonight and I have to say that they were superb!
As for forcing religious beliefs on their employees, you could not be more incorrect. They do not force anyone to work for them or to purchase from them. What the DO
do is to stand up for their moral beliefs, and I stand with them. And the U.S. Supreme Court stands with them as well.
What Obama and Creepy Sleepy Peepy Joe did in trying to force companies to compromise their religious beliefs was abhorrent and reprehensible. All religious are being viciously attacked from all sides and it is refreshing to see that not everyone will just roll over in the face of adversity.Thank you Hobby Lobby and Chick-Fil-A for setting a fine example despite the unwarranted hatred and persecution that you face because of it!