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Chick-Fil-A Gift Cards Donated To 'Biblical Marriage' Church Event


Chick-fil-A continues to be the fast-food of choice for gay marriage haters.

The latest indication: An advertisement in a Dayton, Ohio newspaper offering $25 Chick-fil-A gift cards to every married, heterosexual couple that attended a May 19 event honoring "biblical marriage."

The event, hosted by the Cornerstone Baptist Temple (you can see the ad below), was not sponsored by Chick-fil-A or any of its independent restaurants, according to a statement from the fast food chain emailed to The Huffington Post. Gift cards were instead purchased by a local restaurant and donated to the church.


Notice how Chick Fil-A won't even stand with their own supporters. Hey, if ya gotta hate, at least be proud of it!

"Bro, I knew there was something wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man's arms."

You did good my friend, but that is indeed the "Quote Du Jour." It's 2013 and this unfortunate fact is still the norm.

Poll: Democratic edge for 2014 / Plurality want one party in WH, Congress.




From TPM: A national poll from Quinnipiac University released Wednesday suggested that Americans have had their fill of divided government.

In what might be a hopeful (albeit early) sign for a Democratic Party eager to win back control of the House of Representatives next year, the poll showed that 48 percent of voters nationwide would like one party to control both houses of Congress and the White House. Forty-three percent said they would prefer Congress and the president to be from two different parties.

A wide majority of Democrats 64 percent said they would prefer one-party control, while half of Republicans would rather see split-control.

The poll also found that Democrats claim a slight edge over Republicans heading into next year's Congressional races. Eighteen months out from the 2014 midterms, 41 percent of voters said they would vote for a Democrat for Congress compared with 37 percent who said they would vote for a Republican.
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