Is this Chick-Fil-A controversy being blown out of proportion?
I think it has been blown out of proportion, people are entitled to their opinions and beliefs. The outcry and gay rights reaction is nothing but a chance for people with conflicting interests to enforce their views upon other people. I don't really care if people chose to live a gay or lesbian lifestyle, but forcing people who think their choice is morally wrong to accept their lifestyle is wrong . People don't eat at Chick-Fil-A because of the personal beliefs of the owner and corporate employees, they eat there because they have a desirable product and atmosphere. That and they have cows that encourage people to eat more "chikin".
Honestly, I don't believe so. However, I agree with Chick-Fil-A. If anything, it should be given more thought and be discussed more.
Everyone has the right to adopt and support their particular causes and positions. And, yes, they can even donate millions of dollars if they've a mind to.
But, what I don't get, is why a fast food retailer (operative term: retailer) wants to intentionally alienate a large piece of his potential business. This doesn't make much financial sense.
I guess he can choose to damage his business if he wants to. Adversely impacting shareholders, stakeholders, and investors - that's another story.
People can do what they like. I don't like how the press is blowing it out of proportion.
by kathleenkat5 years ago
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by phion5 years ago
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by Harvey Stelman8 years ago
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