Family Restoration May Start With Chick- Fil- A

In the past few weeks a pro-family free market fast food chain has been targeted for its faith and family values.  Chick-Fil-A, a southern family based restaurant has been the brunt of Facebook boycotts and booted off one college campus because an independent Pennsylvania store donated some sandwiches to the Pennsylvania Family Institute, an organization that supports marriage and strong families and oppose same sex unions.   
Michelle Malkin points out that when "an independent company — thriving on its own merits in the marketplace — wears its soul on its sleeve, suddenly it's a theocratic crisis."

"In the name of tolerance, the anti-Chick-fil-A hawks sneered at the company's main product as "Jesus Chicken," derided its no-Sunday-work policy, and attacked its operators as "anti-gay." Michael Jones, who describes himself as having "worked in the field of human rights communications for a decade, most recently for Harvard Law School," launched an online petition drive at www.change.org "demanding" that the company disavow "extreme anti-gay groups." Facebook users dutifully organized witch hunts against the company on college campuses.

Over the weekend, New York Times reporter Kim Severson gave the Chick-fil-A bashers a coveted Sunday A-section megaphone — repeatedly parroting the "Chick-fil-A is anti-gay" slur and raising fears of "evangelical Christianity's muscle flexing" with only the thinnest veneer of journalistic objectivity. Severson, you see, is an openly gay advocate of same-sex-marriage equality herself and the former vice president of the identity-politics–mongering National Gay and Lesbian Journalists Association."

Read the entire story here 

Here's a thought... maybe family restoration can be fostered for your family this week at the nearest Chick-fil-A!

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