Even as Chicago, Boston and now other cities are trying to shut out Chick-fil-A for not toeing a leftist line, citizens are supporting free speech and opposing tolerance tyrants.
And it is not just ShePAC co-chair Teri Christoph’s local Chick-fil-A, either. The Twittersphere is weighing in and they love them some Chick-fil-A. Conan O’Brien thinks the entire Chick-fil-A controversy is cuckoo pants.
It’s hard to believe that the greatest division in American politics these days is “pro-“ or “anti-Chick-fil-A.”
— Conan O'Brien (@ConanOBrien) July 27, 2012
Screenwriter Kevin Williamson claims he supports the boycott, as a good little Hollywood liberal should do, but even he can’t resist the siren call of Chick-fil-A.
I fully support the Chick Fil-A boycott but they're so good. Can we have a cheat day? I propose Sunday.
— Kevin Williamson (@kevwilliamson) July 27, 2012
Of course, Chick-fil-As are closed on Sundays. They are not, however, closed today and Twitter users are reporting from the oh-so-controversial battle zone! The boycott? The Left is totally doing it wrong.
The drive thru line at Chick-Fil-A is wrapped around the building and the inside is packed. I don't think the boycott worked.
— Kate Jennings (@katejenn) July 27, 2012
I don't understand the whole Chick-Fil-A fiasco. If people are allowed to support gay marriage, shouldn't others be allowed to oppose it?
— Jared Landis (@hauntedbybears) July 27, 2012
If this Chick-Fil-A boycott gets any worse, they'll need a 2nd location on 280. Can't get in the joint.
— Ryan Brown (@RyanBrownWJOX) July 27, 2012
Having some bigot burgers and haterade. Delicious, really. (at Chick-fil-A) — http://t.co/xWDtOyPA
— Jason A. Staples (@jasonstaples) July 27, 2012
— Jordan Nicole Geary (@jordan_geary) July 27, 2012
I'm at Chick-fil-A (Midland, GA) http://t.co/HXOvrzn7
— John Sheeley (@ljsheeley3) July 27, 2012
I wasn't remotely interested in Chick-fil-A, but after so many controversial mentions I can't stop thinking about their sandwiches.
— Seth (@inkablot) July 27, 2012
All of this negative Chick-fil-a publicity has done one thing: make me crave Chick-fil-a. #princessprobz
— Princess Problems (@PrincessProbz) July 26, 2012
I find it ironic when people that fight so hard for their beliefs are so opposed to anybody else's Long live Chick Fil A #lovethosenuggets
— Casey Donahew Band (@caseydband) July 27, 2012
Go ahead and boycott Chick-Fil-A… it just means there's more for me #youremissingout
— Connor Brogan (@connorbrogan) July 27, 2012
Im so happy , my grandpa surprised me w chick fil a 🙂
— Carmen Lashae (@lashaexxx) July 27, 2012
Apparently noone in Columbia,SC has decided to boycott Chick-fil-A. #marketinggenius
— ™ (@treyjeezy) July 27, 2012
In case the Left needs more proof of its total fail, Twitter users from around the country kindly provide photographic evidence!
— Rush Middleton (@RushMiddleton) July 27, 2012
Lunch. Boycotting… You're doing it wrong 😉 Lmfao @ Chick-fil-A http://t.co/m8CYwlVg
— Krista Elyse (@KristaElyse) July 27, 2012
Double lines around the building at Chick-fil-A. And still lightning fast service! http://t.co/1303R8Di
— Candice Watters (@CandiceWatters) July 27, 2012
— Gabe McAsian (@GangstaMcAsian) July 27, 2012
— Patrick Durham (@patrickdurham2) July 27, 2012
Lunch with @booklover2013 now that she's back from New York! @ Chick-fil-A http://t.co/P38ChSVZ
— rachel little (@rachelalittle) July 27, 2012
— sneakerafi (@sneakerafi) July 27, 2012
Cars wrapped all the way around the buikding and parking lot packed at Chick-Fil-A today. http://t.co/vmGLoU4b
— Kim Glaser (@kim_glaser) July 27, 2012
Fail for the Left, win for free speech! And for yummy-filled tummies.
Stopped by Chick-fil-A in The Woodlands to support a great business. http://t.co/sFGXVBrq
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) July 28, 2012