Chick-Fil-Gay Sandwich (The Chick-Fil-A Recipe)

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago Misc

Chick-Fil-A is a strongly ant-gay corporation so this chef is giving you the recipe on how to make your own and not pay.
There are 87 comments:
Male 261
Chick-fil-a sandwiches so good, they make you want to have sex with someone of the same gender as yourself.
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Male 63
I`d like to fully coat her breast =D
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Male 417
My summer job during high school was always at Chick-Fil-A. This is *not* a copycat recipe. It`s just a fried chicken breast sandwich.

Chick-Fil-A uses a milk bath for the marinade. I wish I could remember everything that went into the bath. I remember milk, egg, pepper, and some other spices. There was no pickle juice.

Then it went into the dry coating ... again, don`t remember what the ladies put in there. Then off to the pressure cooker.

You want the signature CFA taste? You need a milk bath and a pressure cooker.
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Male 559
I don`t like Chick-fil-a chicken. When I found out about this, I used it as a talking point to keep my friends from making me go there.
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Male 37,889

@ randomxnp - Quote marks... "s ... do any of you know what those mean?
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Male 37,889

@ MeGrendel - I wasn`t disputing it. I was countering the other guys comment.
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Male 535
Big deal - She made a chicken cutlet sandwich.

Nowhere near anything like a Chick Fil A, by the way...
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Male 1,293
"Is the Gay and Lesbian community so thin-skinned that anyone who does not fall over themselves crowing about how great they are MUST be villified?"

Of course they must. Otherwise the self-styled leaders of those communities would have nothing to do. The Homosexual population could happily live alongside the remaining 95% or so of the population, most of whom don`t care about sexuality.

That would, of course, be bad. Not for ordinary gay people of course. Bad for the self-styled leaders. Bad for the socialists who divide society into client groups. Bad for "celebrities" and companies who use the issue to advance their brand. Bad for the cult of victimhood and all its hangers on.
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Male 1,293
Sorry, but it is ridiculous to say that the president of Chich-fil-a is anti-gay.

Gerry1of1

"The American constitution applies to the rights of individuals, not to the rights of business entities"

No it doesn`t. It applies limits to the authority of the branches of the US government. Doing so gives certain rights to people, but it does not restrict those rights to people.

Read the First Amendment for example. It does not say what people may do, but what Congress may not do. It is also clearly implicit that corporations are protected, given that it provides for freedom of the press.
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Male 7,351
@Gerry1of1

The idea, and precedent, that corporations are people is nothing new.

Look in ANY Code of Federal Regulations and find the difinition of `person`. You`ll find something similar to `Person means an individual, corporation, company, association, firm, partnership, society, joint stock company; or a government, Indian tribe, or authority of a government or tribe...`
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Male 884
This is hardly an alternative to fast food.
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Male 37,889

[quote]"The American constitution applies to the rights of individuals, not to the rights of business entities" [/quote]


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Male 37,889

AJ - [quote]"(1)Chick-fil-A is a private company. They can serve whomever they want. Don`t like it? Don`t go. . . (2) Don`t coerce others not to go because your feelings are hurt." [/quote]
I agree with our 1st point, not the second.

(1) Isn`t that her point in the video? She doesn`t like the policy so she`s not going there.

(2)Doesn`t she have the option to inform anyone she wants to and let those people make their choice? We all tell people when we find a good store or a get lousy service at `that` store etc.
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Male 2,737
Yeah,pickle juice replaces MSG.What an ass.

Anyway, I`d eat that fag sandwich.
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Male 500
Ignoring the political dimension of this debate, which evades me due to no prior knowledge nor interest into said corporation and its public presentation I am forced to state this much:

this recipe is poo.

Why oh why would you marinate meat in pickle water, full of conservants, chemicals and other delicacies? Make your own marinade, oil based or vinegar based, or whatever. But water from pickles? :/

From experience, best thing to marinate meat is milk. Tenderize the breast, lay it into a msall bowl of milk with some crushed garlic stirred into the milk. Let rest for the night, fry on a piece of butter (NOT margarine) and top off with herbs or good quality mustard. Fry just a little bit more to let it all set in.

Or use the good old rezen style, tenderize, dip in flour, egg, breadcrumbs, fry. Crispy and delicious.
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Male 1,293
They are not anti-gay. The president opposes gay "rights" agitators` agenda. That is a very different thing.
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Male 7,351
Amid all the gnashing of teeth in this post about Chick-Fil-A`s `discrimination`, everyone seems to forget the simple fact that Chick-Fil-A is not discriminating.

There`s been no accusations that they refuse to hire based on race, religion or sexual prefference.

There`s been no accusations that they refuse to serve people based on race, religion or sexual prefference.

The President of Chick-Fil-A just simply replied to a question that `“We are very much supportive of the family — the biblical definition of the family unit.`

Is the Gay and Lesbian community so thin-skinned that anyone who does not fall over themselves crowing about how great they are MUST be villified?

The only lawsuit I can recal over hiring/employment issues was becuase guys weren`t allowed to wear earrings. The guys lost because it is entirely management`s right to set the dress code.

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Male 2,592
When I first saw one of these places, my first thought was, my.. what a gay name..
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Male 10,845
So that`s it Nettech? Your whole point was to make a complete character assassination of me? You`ve proven NOTHING. I`m NOT okay with Chick-Fil-A`s decision to support "traditional marriage" BS, I don`t support Neo-Nazis et al. I said they have EVERY RIGHT to have those positions at their own peril.

[quote]Just what a bigot would do. Find any reason why it`s really ok to discriminate against a person for any reason at all.[/quote]


Just what a simpleton would do. Play the race card and claim victory, only in the end to have no point to prove.


SEE YOU NEXT TIME!
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Male 1,053
"You too Nettech, nevermind the rule of law. Federal Govt can do WHATEVER THE HELL IT WANTS, so long as it`s for the common good."

LOL. You just totally made my argument. "Nevermind the rule of law". LOL. I show you the laws and you tell my why you think they`re not valid. LOL. And no, I don`t think the federal government can do whatever it wants, nor did I ever elude to that. So many LOLs, so little time...

In fact I never even gave a personal opinion as to whether I agree or not. All I did right from the beginning was reflect what the law actually is. Right, wrong, indifferent.

It was you that said the law is wrong, unconsitutional, etc.

Just what a bigot would do. Find any reason why it`s really ok to discriminate against a person for any reason at all.

You, unfortunately, are what the MacGuffins of the world hate about Americans...

And with that, I`m out. Time to eat.
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Male 10,845
[quote]The rest of us actually have to call the police...[/quote]

Except for:

Arizona
Florida
Illinois
Kentucky
Montana
North Carolina
Oklahoma
Utah
Washington
West Virginia

...and others



On the other hand you`re really saying you have to WAIT for the police to show while letting an intruder shred, steal your belongings, house, HOME?

You`ve also shifted the argument.
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Male 10,845
[quote]you just come off as a bigotted anarchist[/quote]

You declare yourself a sore loser with character assasinations.

Is it that hard for YOU to grasp that there are certain things the Federal Government SHOULD NOT DO?
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Male 1,053
"Yes you can you have the right to defend your property."

Texas, as I`m sure you know, is the ONLY state that allows the use of deadly force to protect personal property. Under specific defined circumstances.

The rest of us actually have to call the police...

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Male 10,845
[quote]Keep digging[/quote]

You too Nettech, nevermind the rule of law. Federal Govt can do WHATEVER THE HELL IT WANTS, so long as it`s for the common good.
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Male 1,053
"Just so YOU GET IT "

Once again, you just come off as a bigotted anarchist that doesnt believe in the laws that Congress has passed based on the power given to it by the Constitution...

They`re not regulating WHAT THEY SELL or their ABILITY to sell it.

They`re telling them that they can`t refuse to conduct their business with public based on certain criteria. Is it really THAT hard to grasp??
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Male 10,845
[quote]Establishments affecting interstate commerce or supported in their activities by State action as places of public accommodation[/quote]

AHA, the most ANNOYING misinterpretation of the commerce clause. Which means there is no real limit on the Federal Govts power.

[quote]Well if the merchandise is defective, guess what? That sign doesn`t mean anything.[/quote]

You bought it you accepted the risks.

[quote]I can`t put up a sign on my lawn saying "Trespassers will be shot" and then shoot anyone that comes on my property can I[/quote]

Yes you can you have the right to defend your property.
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Male 1,053
Keep digging!!!!


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Male 3,061
I don`t eat there often enough for me to give a crap.
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Male 10,845
Just so YOU GET IT

USC
Art I Sec 8 Clause 3
"The Congress shall have the power...

...To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian tribes;"

Amendment X:
"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."
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Male 1,053
You can put up a sign, but that doesn`t mean it`s legal!

How many stores put up signs saying "No refunds under any circumstances". Well if the merchandise is defective, guess what? That sign doesn`t mean anything. I can`t put up a sign on my lawn saying "Trespassers will be shot" and then shoot anyone that comes on my property can I??
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Male 1,053
continued:

(4)any establishment
(A)
(i) which is physically located within the premises of any establishment otherwise covered by this subsection, or

(ii) within the premises of which is physically located any such covered establishment, and

(B) which holds itself out as serving patrons of such covered establishment.


etc, etc...
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Male 1,053
continued:

(1)any inn, hotel, motel, or other establishment which provides lodging to transient guests, other than an establishment located within a building which contains not more than five rooms for rent or hire and which is actually occupied by the proprietor of such establishment as his residence;

(2)any restaurant, cafeteria, lunchroom, lunch counter, soda fountain, or other facility principally engaged in selling food for consumption on the premises, including, but not limited to, any such facility located on the premises of any retail establishment; or any gasoline station;

(3)any motion picture house, theater, concert hall, sports arena, stadium or other place of exhibition or entertainment; and
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Male 1,053
continued:

(b) Establishments affecting interstate commerce or supported in their activities by State action as places of public accommodation; lodgings; facilities principally engaged in selling food for consumption on the premises; gasoline stations; places of exhibition or entertainment; other covered establishments
Each of the following establishments which serves the public is a place of public accommodation within the meaning of this subchapter if its operations affect commerce, or if discrimination or segregation by it is supported by State action:
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Male 1,053
Just so you GET IT, it`s 42 USC 2000A

(a) Equal access
All persons shall be entitled to the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, and accommodations of any place of public accommodation, as defined in this section, without discrimination or segregation on the ground of race, color, religion, or national origin.
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Male 10,845
As for your example with Mississippi, their govt would be shooting themselves in the foot if they dared put up such a sign.
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Male 10,845
They WOULDN`T have these signs if they didn`t, but they do.
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Male 10,845
[quote]Show me one reference where a place of public accomodation can refuse service to someone[/quote]


Every restaurant has their own version.
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Male 10,845
[quote]And your "private insitution" argument also fails because the Civil Rights Act also prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. For PRIVATE institutions....[/quote]

No, you actually prove my point by demonstrating yet again what the Federal Govt has no authority to do so under the Constitution. But, alas you don`t care, all discrimination should be illegal.

As I`ve already said I`m not giving my money to the bigoted company known as Chick-Fil-A for their support of monster-of-a-non-profit-organization WinShape Foundation. In fact I`d appreciate it if they gave me all my money back.
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Male 1,053
"it is still THEIR property which means they have FULL say in who gets to enter and who doesn`t."

You couldn`t be more wrong. I can back myself up with the Civil Rights Act, the ADA, etc. Show me one reference where a place of public accomodation can refuse service to someone.

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Male 2,345
their chicken sucks as much ass as their anti-gay BS.
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Male 10,845
[quote]I think I`m pretty much done with you because you really sound totally bigotted and not willing to see any other view.

You WANT to be able to discriminate. You WANT to be able to not hire a Jew. You WANT to be able to not serve a chicken sandwich to a gay person. You WANT to be able to keep a black person out of the mall. You WANT someone in a wheelchair to have to walk up the stairs at the theater....[/quote]

...and thus you tacitly concede with the vengeance of a total character assassination.

[quote]How can I possibly argue against that?[/quote]

By deliberately misrepresenting your opponent`s stance obviously.
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Male 10,845
Nettech you obviously don`t understand the difference between a private and public institution. It is irrelevant whether or not a person makes their property "open to the public" it is still THEIR property which means they have FULL say in who gets to enter and who doesn`t.

[quote]How would this work? Like the old "whites only and colored" water fountains with signs?[/quote]


Any business nowadays that engaged in such behavoir would lose A LOT of WHITE customers if not limiting themselves to a small consumer base.
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Male 1,053
"Ending discrimination can take many forms, it`s important to end it in public institutions and government, but wrong to do so in the private sector."

I think I`m pretty much done with you because you really sound totally bigotted and not willing to see any other view.

You WANT to be able to discriminate. You WANT to be able to not hire a Jew. You WANT to be able to not serve a chicken sandwich to a gay person. You WANT to be able to keep a black person out of the mall. You WANT someone in a wheelchair to have to walk up the stairs at the theater....

How can I possibly argue against that?
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Male 1,053
And your "private insitution" argument also fails because the Civil Rights Act also prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. For PRIVATE institutions....
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Male 1,053
"If that was their decisions then they have every right to carry them out because they are PRIVATE institutions."

They are NOT private institutions. They are open to the public. We`re not talking a private golf club here. We`re not talking Boy Scouts.

We`re talking restaurants, hotels, malls, movie theaters...

How would this work? Like the old "whites only and colored" water fountains with signs?

A big sign at the MS border saying "Public accomodations may be refused to any person for any reason in this state". Followed by signs on the hotel marquee saying "no Jews, no blacks, no gays". Or would you have to walk in and find out?
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Male 10,845
@nettech

[quote]So perhaps you think the states should decide for themselves whether it`s ok to discriminate against people within their borders?[/quote]

No it would be in violation of the 14th amendment. But it applies strictly to public institutions and governments.

[quote]A black person can walk into Burger King in NJ but not in PA?

A jew can shop at Target in NY but not in MS?[/quote]

If that was their decisions then they have every right to carry them out because they are PRIVATE institutions.

[quote]And while you might call it `regulating commerce` they called it ending discrimination.[/quote]

"Ending discrimination" can take many forms, it`s important to end it in public institutions and government, but wrong to do so in the private sector.
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Male 1,053
"the Justice Dept should not be regulating commerce that occurs within a state."

So perhaps you think the states should decide for themselves whether it`s ok to discriminate against people within their borders?

A black person can walk into Burger King in NJ but not in PA?

A jew can shop at Target in NY but not in MS?
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Male 1,053
"the Justice Dept should not be regulating commerce that occurs within a state."

Interesting position. It`s actually the Civil rights Act of 1964. It was Congress. And while you might call it `regulating commerce` they called it ending discrimination.

Still against it??
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Male 10,845
@nettech

Okay I stretched a little, but the Justice Dept should not be regulating commerce that occurs within a state.
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Male 1,053
"Whoop-de-doo nettech, congrats you just mentioned a govt agency which has no authority to speak of under the Constitution."

What did I miss? What Government agency did I mention? I gave a link explaining Federal law...
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Male 1,053
"In a truly free society, your citizens would be free from the risk of murder and torture by your government."

What`s truly free? Anarchy?

Here I thought you were actually going to make it through a thread without bringing up murder and torture. Of humans.

What about the poor chickens? They were murdered! By American Soldiers! After being raped! With Government approval!

Crawl back in your bagpipe....
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Male 10,845
[quote]If the word is spread, I believe that the majority of consumers will not patronize chick-fil-a. I was unaware that they where discriminating, but now they will never see a penny of my cash.[/quote]

See MacGuffin, turdburglar has the right idea stop giving money to those bigots, they`ll listen.
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Male 10,845
Whoop-de-doo nettech, congrats you just mentioned a govt agency which has no authority to speak of under the Constitution.
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Male 10,845
While I find those and the recent decision to uphold ObamaCare tragic, you`re shifting the argument MacGuffin. By no stretch have I said our nation is perfect, never has been.

[quote]In a truly free society, your citizens would be free from the risk of murder and torture by your government. And your businesses would be compelled to treat all customers equally, whether or not they "owned the bus".[/quote]

A contradiction, society should be free from unwarranted govt intrusion, yet in some cases it is warranted.

[quote]Rights come with responsibilities.[/quote]

Responsibilities which stop at not intruding on other people`s rights. Which includes property rights (which includes the businesses one owns) and freedom of speech.
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Male 4,893
I am not sure why you are changing the subject to a 16 yr olds murder and Americas freedom. You where politely corrected, accept it. No need to argue about another topic, so you can win. I personaly prefer that the goverment stay out of certian situations like this. If the word is spread, I believe that the majority of consumers will not patronize chick-fil-a. I was unaware that they where discriminating, but now they will never see a penny of my cash.
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Male 1,053
You are all referring to a "place of public accomodation" in the context of Chik-Fil-A.

It is illegal to disciminate in a place of public accomodation.

Read and Learn....
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Female 2,602

[quote]@macguffin - I respect the fact that you know quite a lot about American law, (especally for a European) but you are mistaken in this case. Busses are public controlled, but private business and clubs reserve the right to refuse service to anyone they wish. It is up to the general public to patronize business as they see fit. That is why very few business discriminate...they loose money.[/quote]
I don`t purport to be any kind of expert in the area of US law, and you may be right that it could be legal (though most other countries do balance the right of the individual to choose, with the obligation not to discriminate).
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Female 2,602

Any society based on a constitution that allows its government to kill a 16 year old citizen is by definition not "free". And that`s before we even get into issues like the torture of American citizens on American soil, which your courts mysteriously don`t seem to be interested in investigating.

In a truly free society, your citizens would be free from the risk of murder and torture by your government. And your businesses would be compelled to treat all customers equally, whether or not they "owned the bus".

Rights come with responsibilities.
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Female 2,602

>>> I don`t imagine anything, if it`s a privately operated bus then the operator has every right to discriminate. If it`s publicly funded then no they don`t have the right to discriminate.<<<

I doubt that`s true. But even if it is, my point is it that businesses that operate within a free society have an obligation not to discriminate. America isn`t "free", despite the fine ideals espoused by the original authors of your constitution.

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Male 10,845
[quote]what is it do you think that stops bus companies segregating buses now[/quote]

It`s called market discipline, you vote with your wallet. I love their fried chicken, but I don`t want a single penny of the money I spend going to that bigoted organization WinShape. Likewise if they were to refuse serving homosexuals, or demean them in public I`d stop paying and even troll them hard for a refund (even if it went nowhere).
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Male 4,893
@macguffin - I respect the fact that you know quite a lot about American law, (especally for a European) but you are mistaken in this case. Busses are public controlled, but private business and clubs reserve the right to refuse service to anyone they wish. It is up to the general public to patronize business as they see fit. That is why very few business discriminate...they loose money.
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Female 2,602

[quote]Have to agree with cajun on this one. It may be wrong, but a private company does have the right to exclude anyone they want. That`s where democracy is supposed to kick in. Spread the word, money talks...even gay money.[/quote]
So, I ask again, what is it do you think that stops bus companies segregating buses now, when in the past they were able to?
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Male 10,845
[quote]The American constitution applies to the rights of individuals, not to the rights of business entities.[/quote]

Irrelevant, business entities are run by individuals.

[quote]or did you imagine the Constitution grants them the right to do that because the bus is their property[/quote]

I don`t imagine anything, if it`s a privately operated bus then the operator has every right to discriminate. If it`s publicly funded then no they don`t have the right to discriminate.
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Male 4,893
Have to agree with cajun on this one. It may be wrong, but a private company does have the right to exclude anyone they want. That`s where democracy is supposed to kick in. Spread the word, money talks...even gay money.
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Female 2,602

>>>No they don`t, it`s in direct contradiction of the 1st Amendment like it or not. It`s in direct contradiction of basic property rights as well to determine who can enter your property or otherwise. <<<

The American constitution applies to the rights of individuals, not to the rights of business entities. And besides, as previously noted, rights come with responsibilities. That`s why buses can`t segregate seats any more - or did you imagine the Constitution grants them the right to do that because the bus is their property?
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Male 2,631
People seriously need a video to teach them how to bread and fry dead animal parts?
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Male 194
I`m outraged! This sort of thing shouldn`t be allowed to happen! Why didn`t she tell us what was in the wet and dry baths?!?
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Male 10,845
In the meantime I have alternatives such as KFC, Church`s, Popeye`s, Raising Cane`s etc. Aside from a plethora of regulations there`s nothing stopping African Americans from starting a restaurant chain that exclusively serves fried chicken to African Americans.
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Male 10,845
[quote]Businesses that want to enjoy the privilege of operating within a free society have an obligation to serve everyone equally and without prejudice, or no-one at all.[/quote]

No they don`t, it`s in direct contradiction of the 1st Amendment like it or not. It`s in direct contradiction of basic property rights as well to determine who can enter your property or otherwise.

[quote]Gee, a plump bird who has been pampered and then killed vs. a scrawny chicken that has roughed it and then killed.[/quote]

I`d take the former, more meat for my money.
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Female 2,602

[quote]Chick-fil-A is a private company. They can serve whomever they want. Don`t like it? Don`t go. [/quote]
The same dumb argument was used to exclude black people from Augusta golf club right up until 1990. It`s still used to exclude women from there. And in the past it was used to exclude black people from facilities such as higher education, buses and lunch counters in your very own home State.

The attitude that business owners can do what they like because it`s their business didn`t wash back when blacks were being excluded from Universities, and it doesn`t wash now. Businesses that want to enjoy the privilege of operating within a free society have an obligation to serve everyone equally and without prejudice, or no-one at all. The right to own and run a business isn`t absolute: it`s conditional upon respecting the laws of the society you have the privilege to operate within. That society has laws and expectations concerning discrimination.
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Male 5,314
boring
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Male 7,351
madduck-"McGrendel- I know you are a troll of the first water"

So, stating something against your position = `troll`. Interesting.

madduck-"to even suggest that a cage reared chicken is pampered"

I don`t think it`s pampered. I don`t care. No matter how it lives, it will end up butchered, frozen, fried and served as dinner.

That is its purpose in life.
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Female 7,838
McGrendel- I know you are a troll of the first water- but to even suggest that a cage reared chicken is pampered insults the intelligence of frogspawn.
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Male 7,351
madduck-"Cheap meat from tortured animals"

That`s the best kind.

madduck-"why not get a decent free range chicken "

Gee, a plump bird who has been pampered and then killed vs. a scrawny chicken that has roughed it and then killed. Either way, they were killed. Don`t know what makes `free-range` more moral?

I eat oyster while they`re still alive, so spare me the bit where I`m supposed to feel sympathy for my t-bone.
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Male 7,351
The owners and operators of Chik-Fil-A can run their business any way they want, with what any views they want.

If their views bother you, let them know with your wallet, don`t eat there.

That`s the great thing about this country.

On the plus side, the Chick-Fil-A in the same mall as the shooting this morning opened up at 4:30am to offer police and emergency personel both free meals and use of their facilities.
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Female 7,838
Vile, just like all these chains. Cheap meat from tortured animals. why not get a decent free range chicken and cook it nicely- food that is nourishing and not the guilt. If you can`t afford to pay for decent meat then go veggie...
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Male 10,339
Chick-fil-A is a private company. They can serve whomever they want. Don`t like it? Don`t go.

Don`t coerce others not to go because your feelings are hurt.
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Male 2,578
People go to Chick Fil-A because it`s fast food that`s cheap and good. A meal there is cheaper for me than McDonald`s. I don`t care about their politics. To me, it`s nothing compared to what many corporations engage in around the world. If you boycotted every heinous corporation, you would be condemned to a rather austere life. But please, don`t be selective in your outrage.
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Female 1,743
like, like.. and then like.

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Male 1,311
Oh, the things I`d let her do to my chicken. Pound it baby, pound it!
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Male 37,889

Add cheese & bacon and you have a Nirvana Sandwich!
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Male 771
chick-fil-a is way too overpriced
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Male 10,845
What`s in the wet mixture?
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Male 1,059
...because the reason you go to Chick-fil-A is that you can`t figure out how to bread and cook your own chicken. For lunch. Riiiiiggghhhttt...

Somehow, I don`t think they`re too worried about this.
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Male 3,314
So many sexual innuendos, so little time!
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Female 4,086
i like to cook and routinely watch cooking videos but i don`t understand why some people swoon over chick-fil-a; it ain`t that good.
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Male 19,868
Link: Chick-Fil-Gay Sandwich (The Chick-Fil-A Recipe) [Rate Link] - Chick-Fil-A is a strongly ant-gay corporation so this chef is giving you the recipe on how to make your own and not pay.
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