It’s come to this. Supporting a business that defends pro-gender marriage causes a knee-jerk reaction in liberals who automatically assume you are homophobic, giving them the right to indulge in a favorite hobby: judging.
On Friday evening Sarah Palin tweeted: “Stopped by Chick-fil-A in The Woodlands to support a great business.” And comments have been flying ever since. Huffington Post already has over 9,000.
Let’s remember, this all started when Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy merely expressed support for, “family — the biblical definition of the family unit.”
That’s right. That was the seemingly innocuous comment that caused liberals to have a snark attack about which puppets will endorse Chick-fil-A (not Muppets!) and which mayors would block a Chick-fil-A from opening, (Boston Mayor Menino, Chicago Mayor Emanuel) and which mayor would defend Cathy’s right to express an opinion, (NYC Mayor Bloomberg) and which mayor would evolve on this issue and say he never said Chick-fil-A couldn’t open in Chicago (Emanuel).
Never afraid of a fray, Palin sided with gender-integrated marriage, tweeted her support of Chick-fil-A, and watched the name-calling begin.
The left, who consider themselves tolerant, inclusive, and loving called Palin a “bitch,” and, with a nod to diversity, “dumb bitch.” Showing how inclusive they can be, they generously included Sarah’s husband Todd as well, referring to the two as “hateful ignorant asses.”
Ok kids, what have we learned from this?
- Supporting the traditional family is hateful and anti-gay
- Supporting a business that supports the traditional family is homophobic
- Supporting gender-segregated marriage is inclusive, tolerant, and loving
- Name-calling is the best argument in support of same-sex marriage