frrosted wrote:My heart was warmed by the turnout. And not because of the gay marriage issue. My heart was warmed that people would take so many hours (the lines were hours long) out of their busy day to show support for freedom of speech and expression.
frrostedman wrote:Meanwhile I guess the "Kiss In" was a non-event. Haven't heard a thing about it.
greeney wrote:Maybe you are confusing Conseratives and liberals locking horns on issues, instead of this being a religious affront by the liberals. In turn your liberal protesters took it a step further the next day, defacing one of the Chick-Fil-A's with a hate filled message, which should be prosocuted as such. Is that an issue of free speach you think is OK?
greeney wrote:Humphreys you have 2 small children, and if 2 normal boy/girl teenagers was sitting next to you lip locking in a spectical in front of your kids, like 2 dogs in heat, no way would you not walk out or demand the manager stop them.
humphreys wrote:For the record, not the best way to get the point across from the gay-marriage side. A terrible example of modern America all round, if you ask me, fat gluttonous so called-Christians supporting oppression of homosexuals and trying to please Jesus with a mass fast food eat-in, and homosexuals trying to make their point by shoving their sexuality in other's faces - poor all round. Everyone loses.
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