Attacks on Chik-Fil-A = An Attack on Christianity

By | August 8, 2012

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One thought on “Attacks on Chik-Fil-A = An Attack on Christianity

  1. Jay

    If you are for freedom of speech then why are you attacking gay rights activists for speaking their minds?

    If you believe that people should have the freedom to protest, then why would you attack gay rights activists for protesting?

    If you believe that a person should have the freedom to buy what they like, from a place of their choice, then why would you be against a boycott?

    Would you prefer to mandate that gay rights activists do not have a right to freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, a right to protest? What about passing a law that everyone must buy from chik-fil-a? That wouldn’t be fascism by any chance, would it?

    By the way, Karl Marx wasn’t a fascist. He was, in fact, against fascism. You would know this if you bothered to read a staggering 45 page work called the Communist Manifesto.

    If people took Marx’s ideas and did bad things with them, then look to Mao or Stalin to blame.

    Just like when the atom bomb was dropped, you can blame Einstein all you want, but in the end it was Truman who used the weapon.

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