Thursday, August 30, 2012

Joan Walsh's Brazen Lies (Update)

His most brazen lie accused President Obama of “raiding” Medicare by taking the exact same $716 billion that Ryan and the House GOP notoriously voted to slash.
If I believed Joan,which I don't, I'd say she using some kind of moral equivalency argument. "You did it, so it's okay for me to do it too!" Ryan has stated that current spending on Medicare would be what the current law states. What he wants to do is end the gutting of medicare that's caused by Obamacare, restore that money, and strengthen the program for this generation of seniors. Beyond that, I've heard that Romney and Ryan would like to use a free market solution to bring down healthcare costs for generations to come, and thereby save money. I believe him. If you don't believe that free market can bring down prices, than go buy a simple hand calculator for a couple hundred dollars.
He attacked Obama for failing to keep open a Janesville GM plant that closed under Bush in 2008.
Actually, according to National Review, the GM plant was shut down after Obama failed to keep his promise and keep it open.
He hit him for a credit-rating downgrade that S&P essentially blamed on GOP intransigence.
"Essentially". huh. S&P basically said that the nations biggest drivers of debt are Social Security and Medicare. They also stated concerns over policies involved in the attempts to reach a deal during the debt ceiling crisis in 2011. Nowhere did they mention which parties they were blaming. Democrats are notorious for taxing and wasting money. If conservatives (not GOP establishment) take control of our government, then I have little doubt that our AAA credit rating will be renewed.
He claimed that all taxpayers got from the 2009 stimulus was “more debt,” when most got a tax cut (and the stimulus is known to have saved between 1.4 and 3.3 million jobs).
"Known". And which magical elf did she talk to to come up with that conclusion? The fact is that the nation is in a jobs deficit right now. This is the worst recovery from a recession ever. Supposedely, Obama saved jobs. How many has he killed by cancelling the Keystone pipeline? How many Jobs is he killing right now through over-regulation of multiple industries? Through taxation?
He derided the president for walking away from the Simpson Bowles commission deficit-cutting recommendations when Ryan himself, a commission member, voted against those recommendations.
Ah yes. The supercommittee. It was a horrible idea. But what I remember is that Obama had no input at all. He established it, and then. Went. Golfing. By the way, when was the last time one of Obama's budgets got even one positive vote?


Here's Robert Stacey McCain's take. One of the best writers out there.

The Republican National Convention Speeches, only a few though, the highlights.



Wednesday, August 29, 2012

RNC attendees are racist? (UPDATE -linked by twitchy!)

Here's the story so far:
An attendee at the Republican National Convention in Tampa on Tuesday allegedly threw nuts at a black camerawoman working for CNN and said “This is how we feed animals” before being removed from the convention, a network official confirmed to TPM. - via TPM
of course, it's important to say that the camera woman is black and a woman. If this were a white male, it wouldn't be a story.

Also, it's notable that Huff-Po wants to make it racial because:
The incident would be ugly anywhere, but it is especially troubling for a party whose nominee attracted 0 percent of the black vote in a recent NBC poll.
 A lie of course, based on a skewed poll that all the lib blogs and MSNBC have been quoting ad infinitum.

My first thoughts of course lean to questions about who the person is who threw the nuts. According to CNN two people were thrown out after the incident.

Were they plants? Maybe. The Ulsterman Report has his "White House Insider" who seems to think that the Obama administration was planning something.
I’m giving you and your readers a heads up here. False flag. The real deal. They will try and control it but make it look uncontrolled. Dangerous. Make it reflect poorly on the Republicans and their supporters.
Facts are facts. If it turns out to be actual conservatives doing this, and not Dem plants, then it's a horrible thing.

But after all is said and done, it sure wouldn't surprise me if it were a couple union goons.

more to come, hopefully.


Erik Wemple of WaPo says that CNN is not covering it, beyond issuing a short story, and makes some good points:
Just as easy a question: How is this not a news story? If the act wasn’t racist, it was at least anti-media. If it wasn’t racist or anti-media, it was just plain barbaric. Weird, anomalous and outrageous — those traits alone generally qualify an incident as news. 
That it took place inside the convention venue on keynote night — when presumably people would be on good behavior — amps up the interest factor. And the bare-bones reality is that at an event where everything runs on script, a moment featuring harmless projectiles and deep-seated hatred — you gotta report that out. 
The world needs to know who these nut-hurlers are. Just a couple of folks kicking around the convention? Subversives trying to mar the Republican Party’s party? Delegates? Officeholders? Do these individuals serve the public in any way? If so, their constituents may want to know a bit about what went down.
My reflex is to ask, "Is there something about this story that doesn't fit their template ?". Yes I do think it's odd that people would behave that way on keynote night. Was it scripted?

update 2:

A 'follower' on Twitter suggests that this is because of frustration from RNC rules changes that leave grassroots out of the process. This makes a lot of sense, actually. I could imagine a situation where a frustrated delegate would want to get some attention from a news crew perceived as ignoring them. Lots of video on the web supports that idea.

update 3:

from TPM
... one can only imagine how Fox News would be going to town over this had something somehow analogous happened to one of their staffers at a Democratic convention.
Uhm. Okay. Are they saying that FOX would stick up for their employee better than CNN? That's a good thing right?  Read the article if you can stomach it. Josh Marshall calls the RNC a "quadrennial ‘we love us a lotta non-white people’ fest". I'm confused. After calling us racists are we not supposed to love everybody? Or would they prefer that we stick to the 'all GOP's are racists' stereotype? Of course to help us maintain that stereotype, the mainstream media can eliminate coverage of RNC speeches for anyone who is a person of color. Speeches which I might add were wonderful.

via Daily Caller:
One of the left’s favorite attacks on the Republican Party is that it is the party of old white people, devoid of diversity and probably racist. 
If you were watching MSNBC’s coverage of the Republican National Convention in Tampa on Tuesday night, you might believe those assertions, since missing from the coverage was nearly every ethnic minority that spoke during Tuesday’s festivities.
Still wondering what actually happened at the RNC with the nuts and the camerawoman.

update 4: linked by Twitchy, which kinda makes me really happy!! Welcome to the twitchy people who are reading this!! ;)

 The camerawoman speaks, via Maynard Institute:
Patricia Carroll, the CNN camerawoman who was assaulted with peanuts and called an animal by two attendees at the Republican National Convention, told Journal-isms on Thursday that "I hate that it happened, but I'm not surprised at all." 
Carroll, who agreed to be named for the first time, said she does not want her situation to be used for political advantage. "This situation could happen to me at the Democratic convention or standing on the street corner. Racism is a global issue," she said by telephone from Tampa. 
Carroll said no one took the names of the attendees who threw peanuts at her Tuesday on the convention floor and told her, "This is what we feed animals." She alerted fellow camera operators, producers and CNN security. The head of the delegation — she was not certain of the state — told her the perpetrators must have been alternates, not delegates. 
But Carroll, 34, said that as an Alabama native, she was not surprised. "This is Florida, and I'm from the Deep South," she said. "You come to places like this, you can count the black people on your hand. They see us doing things they don't think I should do."
She's not surprised? I am. I'd still like to know who the idiots are who would even consider doing something like this. And I still have my suspicions about Democrat dirty tricks.

Switchers - a great ad from the Romney team!

via The Mental Recession

h/t @rustyweiss74 (Rusty Weiss)

Yes it bothers me that people couldn't see what Barack Hussein was going to do to our country. It really does. I love this new ad for Romney, but why didn't people see his ideology from the beginning?

Of course, we all know the answer. The mainstream media wasn't actually committing any journalism. They were in the can for Obama from day one. They have the blood of the current economy on their hands.

Thank goodness for the new media. Hopefully, more people like the ones in this ad are paying attention to the internet, because it seems that that's the only place we can get a story that's not completely skewed to the left.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

I've got the Chris Christie Speech for tonight! (not really)

These are just some highlights. He's tough, no?


via Fox News:

Watch this. Ellen Ratner proclaims that shes a "liberal Democrat." But even she realizes that the Media is biased against Mitt Romney. This is an old video, back when Mitt took his trip to Europe.

Code Pink


Warning! If you  go to the following link, be ready to find the pause button and hit it immediately!

No they can't sing. I didn't embed the video because it plays automatically when you come to this blog.

It would drive away any regular readers (I don't believe I have any yet, but that's beside he point) and alienate my twitter followers.

By the way, what are they dressed as? Do any of them have parents? CAN they be embarrassed?

It's bad.

Famous libs think we care about their opinion.

Ellen Barkin. We already know she's a nut-job, filled with hate. LifeSiteNews via Weasel Zippers:
She retweeted the message of one of her followers that read: “C’mon #Isaac! Wash every pro-life, anti-education, anti-woman, xenophobic, gay-bashing, racist SOB right into the ocean! #RNC ” Barkin did not express any disagreement in her retweet.
 Nope. No more Ellen Barkin movies for me. Not sure when I saw her last anyway. The funny thing is that the tweet could pretty much describe the middle-east right now, except for Israel. Islamists. Best friends of the left.

All libs have left is name calling. Things like the facts that there's no jobs and the economy is in ruins? That means they'd have to bring up Obama's failures.

Samuel L. Jackson from the Hill via PJ Media:
Samuel L. Jackson on Monday tweeted it was "unfair" that Tropical Storm Isaac had spared the GOP convention in Tampa and appeared to be heading for New Orleans.

Jackson said in a profanity-filled tweet that he was "not understanding God's plan" given the fact that the storm was not disrupting the Republican gathering. 
"Unfair s---," the Oscar-nominated actor known for his colorful language said on Twitter.

"GOP spared by Isaac! NOLA prolly f----- again!"
Shining the light on idiocy is all we can do. I'm sure the movie companies would like to know why they're losing profits.

Actually, I do care about their opinion -- enough to close my wallet to those whom I deem offensive. Obviously they don't need my business.

One more thing. Ellen? Samuel? You're both pigs. You've earned the disrespect of your audiences.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Mr. Leg Tingles is foaming at the mouth.

Chris Matthews plays the "Leave my boyfriend alone or I'm gonna cry" card. What a lapdog.

Again, Democrats have a horrible sense of humor. Watch Tom Brokaw belittle the Muslim, socialist aspects of the conservative chorus against Obama.

Sure Tom, he's not a socialist. What was he in college? We don't know because we can't look at the records! He was raised by Marxists! Where do his sympathies lie?

Of course he's not a Muslim! But where do his sympathies lie? Is he with Israel? or would he rather side with the part of the middle-east world that isn't bound by the constraints of Democracy?

UPDATE - a comment from one of my friends on Twitter:
That wasn't foam, Mr. leg got so excited, he accidentally Lewinskied himself. JMHO
a protected account so I couldn't embed. Either that or I just couldn't figure it out. Anyway it was darn funny. Libs, get a sense of humor.

We wouldn't have ObamaCare today but for voter fraud

I've always wondered why most of the voter fraud that I hear about comes from the Democrat side. Is it because my sources are usually biased? Maybe, but John Fund goes a long way to dispelling my insecurities on the matter.

This clip is from PJ Media. In it, John Fund demonstrates why it is that it's mostly Democrats who rig elections. Al Franken wins by 312 votes, becomes a senator, and becomes the 60th Democrat vote for ObamaCare. According to Minnesota Majority, 1,100 felons voted in that election. He also explains how Eric Holder is complicit in election fraud, by blocking voter ID laws.

Military voting rights are under attack in this August 20 article via National Review:
Lawyers for the Obama campaign and the Democratic National Committee marched into federal court last week to argue that it is unconstitutional for Ohio to allow military voters to cast in-person early ballots on the Saturday through Monday before Election Day, given that early voting for all other voters stops on the Friday before Election Day. Apparently, Team Obama has decided to take a break from howling about the alleged injustice of voter-ID laws to argue that military voters don’t deserve an occasional accommodation.

True The Vote 2012 is an organization for volunteers. This is a great place to start, if you have the time to volunteer! Here's what John has written in this article entitled, "The Reality of Voter Fraud" via National Review:
Catherine Englebrecht, the Houston businesswoman and mother who founded True the Vote in 2009 after witnessing an ACORN-style group registering thousands of illegal or nonexistent voters in Houston, told the voter observers from 32 states gathered for the summit: “There is nothing more important this year than your work in making sure legitimate votes aren’t canceled out by fraud.”
It's out there, and it does make a difference in some cases. KEEP A WATCHFUL EYE!!

Obama Can Kiss My ...

Heh. Yeah I missed this.

 From Fox News almost a month ago:
"I built this business without gov't help. Obama can Kiss my ass," reads the sign outside Gaster Lumber & Hardware in Savannah, Ga. Owner Ray Gaster posted that and two similar ones at all three of his company's locations in response to Obama's comments during a speech to supporters in Virignia, which struck a nerve with small business owners around the nation. 
“If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help," the president said at a campaign stop last month in Roanoke, Va.. "There was a great teacher somewhere in your life," he continued. "Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that allowed you to thrive. Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.”

 Here's the video from You tube:

Conservatives get it. They understand that all the work they do creates the wealth that pays for the infrastructure. There's lots of countries with lots of roads that don't have one tenth the wealth that the United States has.

Barack Hussein Obama will lose this election, by a landslide, and it's people like hero Ray Gaster that will send him packing.

Friday, August 24, 2012

Romney makes birth certificate joke!


from Politico via Ginger Gibson:
Starting his speech with a reflection on his love for Michigan, Romney explained that he and Ann Romney are proud natives and named the hospitals where they were born.
"Now I love being home in this place where Ann and I were raised, where both of us were born. Ann was born in Henry Ford Hospital. I was born in Harper Hospital," Romney said, continuing: "No one's ever asked to see my birth certificate. They know that this is the place that we were born and raised." 
The crowd cheered in response.

Twitter is up in arms:

Just a few of thousands of the morally indignant tweets from the left. But it's all okay of course if we call Mitt Romney a murderer, a felon, a tax evader. He'll throw grandma under the bus.

The left have no sense of humor. They've proven that time and again. It was a joke people! Get over it!

Will Obama learn his lesson and get back to talking about the economy? I don't think so.

Great Thinker Thomas Sowell

The difference between liberals and conservatives.

Wow! This guy puts into words what we all know.

Americans should have tighter gun laws.

Norway has some of the toughest gun laws in the world.

This didn't stop Anders Breivik from slaughtering 77 people. The man is a monster and in my opinion, prison is too good for him.

via AP

Compare that with recent occurrences in the United States, where it has always been the ultimate goal of liberals to tighten gun control laws until guns are banned altogether. Yes people get killed by the insane. Do tighter gun laws make it less likely that that would happen?

Maybe. Lets look at another country where gun control laws are tough. Mexico.
“The United States should stop producing so many weapons, which cause us so much harm. That country also suffers from so much violence, as billions of dollars go into manufacturing guns.”
That is the message that anti-crime activist Fernando Ocegueda will take to the public in the United States, during a one-month visit to that country by the Caravan for Peace with Justice and Dignity , made up of 70 family members of victims of violence in Mexico.
Yup. Violence and lawlessness in Mexico are the fault of the United States. Of course, one would think that we would hear about mass graves of headless corpses and people being hung from bridges on this side of the border too, what with all the guns Americans have.

Or could it be that basically, The United States is a decent place, and that yes, occasionally bad people do bad things. Just because someone might not have access to a gun doesn't mean that he won't kill someone by driving his car through a crowd of people. Should we ban cars?

Solyndra makes a comeback.

Half a billion dollars is a lot to spend on art.

Even for a Democrat.

File this under the green energy toilet.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

More Bill Whittle -

Please just watch this when you have time!

part 1: the enemy

part 2: Ram the iceberg!

Ryan schools Obama on ObamaCare during the healthcare debacle of 2010

Ideologue, Barack Hussein Obama, had no intention to reign in government spending. His mission was to push ObamaCare through regardless of cost to the American people and their jobs. Raised taxes and healthcare costs be damned.

Watch Obama in the video below. It's the same pissed look he gets when Netanyahu schools him in front of the world.

Some notes:

  • The bill has ten years of tax increases, about half a trillion dollars, with ten years of Medicare cuts, about half a trillion dollars, to pay for six years of spending. The true ten year cost of the cost of the bill is 2.3 trillion dollars.
  • Double counting 124 billion dollars in higher social security tax revenues and long term care insurance.
  • "Ponzi scheme that would make Bernie Madoff proud"
  • "treats medicare like a piggy bank" to spend on new government program.
  • ten year cost has $460,000,000,000 deficit
  • second ten years $1.4 TRILLION deficit
  • "We don't think the government should be in control of all of this. We want people to be in control."
  • "And if you think they [the american people]  want a government takeover of healthcare, I would respectfully submit that you're not listening to them."

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The bullied school bus monitor does good.

Karen Klein, the lady who was bullied on a school bus that she was riding as a monitor, has taken the money that was donated to her and created an anti-Bullying Foundation.

via AP

Way to go, Karen!

I hope she spends her retirement having fun and relaxing. She deserves it!

But what's a few lies among friends?

Of course they accused Mitt Romney of being a felon:

They also accused Mitt Romney of causing the death of Joe Soptic's wife:

and planning to take money away from medicare, which is what Obama has already done, to the tune of $716,000,000,000:

Obama's Imaginary Recovery: Paul Ryan speaking today - UPDATE

via AP

Paul Ryan today:
There's this guy I've known for a number of years, I'm going to be talking to him in mid-October. His name's Joe Biden. You might have heard of him.

He just said that the middle class is coming back. We've got 23 million people out of work, struggling to find work today. Unemployment has been above 8% for 42 months and the real unemployment rate's more like 15%. He said last summer was going to be the summer of recovery. It's a summer later and it's still worse. They said that the private sector is doing just fine. We need more government. This is President Obama's imaginary recovery. It's not here. We have a mountain of uncertainty that is plaguing small businesses and we have a person in Mitt Romney who knows through experience, the challenges that businesses face, how job creation works, that the engine of opportunity, the nucleus of our economy is not the government but the successful small businesses, the entrepreneurs, the people of this country. That's what makes the American dream spread and grow for everybody.
Not to be Nit-picky, but this is summer three of "recovery summer" and it's a bad one.

I missed this. Paul got upstaged IN A GOOD WAY!! Joe the Plumber, move over! My only worry is that Chris McMurry will be publicly castigated by the old media, much like Joe the Plumber.

A man in Washington State has been arrested for threatening Obama

via AP

This from FOX news:
Anton Caluori, 31, was arrested at an apartment in this south Seattle suburb for investigation of making threats against the president and assault on a federal officer, said Brian Leary, a Secret Service spokesman in Washington, D.C.
Also this:
A Secret Service agent and a Federal Way police officer went to an apartment in a four-plex at the Panther Ridge Apartments, knocked and announced themselves for about three minutes, then found themselves facing a man armed with a shotgun when the door opened, Schrock said. 
"The shotgun was coming up to point in the direction of the agents," she said. "The two officers were able to close in and take control of the weapon before anyone was harmed."
The officers also seized a gun in the man's ankle holster, she said. 
Because the resident made statements about explosive devices in the apartment, the Federal Way bomb squad was called to evacuate the four-plex and sweep it for explosives, Schrock said. None was found.
This sounds like an extremist. We'll definitely see Rush Limbaugh or Sarah Palin or the Tea Party blamed for this.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Hank Williams, Jr? Oh yeah.

Well first it was this, last October:
On ABC’s “The View” today, the singer addressed the controversy that arose after his “Fox & Friends” appearance last week in which he made an analogy that President Obama and House Speaker Rep. John Boehner golfing together was like Nazi leader Hitler and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu playing a round. The uproar resulted in ESPN ending its association with Williams and his hit “Are You Ready for Some Football,” which has been the theme song for “Monday Night Football” for years.
“I guess it’s called stepping on the toes of freedom of speech,” Williams said on “The View.” He described how he found out that people were upset with his comments: ”When I came in my house and my daughter said ‘Daddy, are you in trouble?’ and I said ‘What are you talking about’ … and I said, ‘Well if I am, then we all are.’” -via ABC News
He was brazen enough to make a comparison of Barack Obama with Hitler, and didn't really care about losing a lot of money because people thought Obama should have more respect.

Okay, Barack Obama isn't Hitler. But I still like the comparison, as do the many people who bought Hank Williams  song, "Keep the Change", which was written as his response to the whole mess.

Barack Obama is the worst.President.ever. And his ego reaches the heights of a Hitler or a Mussolini.

But now old Hank is making more noise, and at my favorite place in the world, The Iowa State Fair:
At the Iowa State Fair, Williams bashed Obama to a crowd saying, "We've got a Muslim president who hates farming, hates the military, hates the U.S. and we hate him!" - via Yahoo News
The wimp factor weighs in:

Heh. There's certainly more to come, I hope, from a great American, Hank Williams, Jr.

It's official: Obama's base crawl out of their graves to vote.

We all knew that Barack Obama had the dead vote tied up, but I was surprised to find out that they also worked for that evil corporation, AMC Networks.

Here's what the real story is, according to AMC:
DISH’s decision to drop AMC, WEtv, IFC and Sundance Channel had nothing to do with our fees, or our shows. In fact, unlike almost every other dispute you see between providers and programmers, and despite DISH’s misleading claims to the contrary, this is not about fees. 
The simple truth is that DISH is using their consumers as pawns to attempt to gain leverage in a lawsuit involving an old and unrelated business venture that has nothing to do with AMC, nothing to do with our shows or fees, and certainly nothing to do with DISH subscribers, who just want to watch the shows they love and are paying DISH for. You will not see any AMC Networks’ shows on DISH any time soon. 
In other words, since DISH’s reason for depriving you of AMC programming is based on a lawsuit that won’t be resolved for a long time, this problem won’t be solved shortly, unlike other disputes between programmers and providers, which typically are resolved in a matter of days (weeks at most). 
If you want to watch “Breaking Bad”,” Hell on Wheels”, “The Walking Dead”, and “Mad Men”, you will have to switch TV providers. We can help you do that. The good news is, every other cable, phone and satellite company — except DISH — carries AMC in their basic package.
Apparently, DISH and AMC are having a dispute that will be settled in the courts.

And isn't handy that Barack Obama can give these zombies some shovel ready jobs in time for voting season!

Monday, August 20, 2012

Bill Whittle is amazing.

Okay, I'm a total moron. I've been living under a rock for the past century. I didn't realize how prolific this guy was! No way I'm going to let you make the same mistake. Watch his stuff and then sit back and listen to your brain grow. He is one of the best communicators of the conservative ideal, right up there with Rush Limbaugh!

Here's a sample:




If you watch the first two, you should definitely watch the third, if only to bring you down from the righteous anger that you are now feeling. Bill Whittle is funny, and able to communicate his message effectively.

Something of a rarity and a treasure these days.


A little while ago, the Mars rover, Curiosity landed safely on Mars. Now it's already zapping rocks with lasers to see what they're made of. Our space program is what the USA does best. Better than any other country in the world.

Friday, August 3, 2012

She's got more class in her little finger...

Chick-Fil-A's Chief Operating Officer Dan Cathy said this:
"We are very much supportive of the family -- the biblical definition of the family unit. We are a family-owned business, a family-led business, and we are married to our first wives. We give God thanks for that.
He's talking about traditional family. One with a mom and a dad and kids in a secure home.

There is no evidence that Chick-Fil-A has discriminated against the "LGBT" community in their hiring practices or how they serve their customers. Dan Cathy is committed to traditional family values. To him this may means that when people get married, one of them is a man and one is a woman.

It's his opinion.

The left wing-nuts have gone crazy. Cries of "homophobe" rose faster than Congressman Barney Frank's pants while being attended by a male prostitute. I'm confused. When you put the suffix "phobe" on something it usually means that you're afraid of something. I'm a "needlephobe" which means that I'm afraid of needles. Threaten to give me a shot and I'll do a face plant. I'm also afraid of stupid people. The terminology here would be "leftwingmoronphobic".

In this instance, Dan Cathy is showing the supreme courage of standing up for his values in an increasingly antagonistic environment. He.Ain't.Afraid.Of.Nothin'.

Two days ago was Chick-Fil-A support day. And the supporters CAME OUT IN DROVES, Chick-Fil-A had record breaking business numbers. People of all colors came together to support them.

The left wing-nuts went crazy.

Notice how classy this young woman is. She shows nothing but respect.

Him: "I don't know how you live with yourself and work her. I don't understand it. This is a horrible corporation with horrible values. You deserve better."

Later: "I'm a nice guy by the way."




But this is what the left do. We aren't allowed to have an opposing opinion. To them, the purpose of free speech is to tell only progressive liberal "truths". So when they see the fantastic turnout of support of  for Chick-Fil-A, it drives them into a frenzy. Damn the economy! Damn the thousands of jobs that Chick-Fil-A supplies! Anyone who has this opinion should be publicly castigated and then strung up by his big toes! If he runs a big company, then that company should be put out of business!

Today, is kiss-in day at Chick-Fil-A. It's where people can go out to their local Chick-Fil-A and kiss another member of the same sex.

Yuck. Yeah I'm not into Gay people kissing. Sorry. I'm also not into ANYBODY making out in public.  I guess that would be "yuckthosepeopleareshovingtheirtonguesdowneachothersthroatsphobic". Get a room if you want to do that stuff.