Not Everyone Hates Chick-fil-A


A Facebook post Thursday from goalie Tim Thomas, who created waves when he skipped the White House ceremony honoring the Boston Bruins‘ 2011 Stanley Cup championship, read, “I stand with Chick-fil-A.”

No stranger to political controversy, Thomas offered his support of Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy, who has come under fire for his recent comments in opposition to same-sex marriage.

Good for Timmy. It’s great to finally see someone with public clout lending support to Chick-fil-A and traditional families instead of hopping on the “homosexuality is great” bandwagon.


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Celtic Fan
    Jul 27, 2012 @ 13:46:19

    Clicked a link to visit. Completely devoid of any intelligence. Not coming back.


    • jasondrexler
      Jul 27, 2012 @ 15:19:48

      Well that’s a fine “how do you do?” I presume you clicked over from CelticsBlog? Thanks for visiting, but I have to call you out on your attitude.

      “Completely devoid of any intelligence”? Even if that was true, it would be an untactful way of expressing your opinion. I do, however, find it to be completely in line with most of the responses I’ve received from liberal posters on CB and elsewhere: making claims without providing any supporting evidence, and ignoring the supporting evidence I provide for MY claims. It’s difficult to have a discussion, much less a debate, when one side (that would be yours) refuses to engage the substance of the arguments offered and instead resorts mostly to nonevidentiary claims and namecalling.

      I don’t know how much of my blog you took the time to read, but my body of work here on homosexuality and same-sex “marriage” comprises not only religious arguments, but also arguments from biology, logic, and morality. I already knew that the typical liberal mindset involves hostility to religion and traditional Judeo-Christian morality, but I was surprised that everyone overlooked the argument from biology, since liberals tend to view things from a Darwinian, evolutionistic worldview, which values the physical (material) above all else—and in the case of homosexuality, not only is homosexuality an evolutionary dead end, but the physical (that is, human anatomy) is dead-set against it. Men were not made to go together, nor were women, but man with woman.


  2. Celtic Fan
    Jul 30, 2012 @ 08:32:35

    Your views are bigoted and hypocritical. There is no debate for hate speech.

    Have a nice day.


    • jasondrexler
      Jul 30, 2012 @ 08:49:41

      Being bigoted means being hateful, but if you’d read all of my posts on CelticsBlog, you’d have learned that I got along quite well with homosexual employers, co-workers, and friends … and how could I have done that if I hated them? And how am I being hypocritical? Once again, this is one side avoiding actual debate in favor of emotion-based namecalling without any supporting evidence to back its claims (where’s the evidence that I’m a hypocrite? or that homosexuality is genetic? or that being gene-based makes something morally right? etc.). In this situation there can be no debate, because one side is resorting to nothing more than toxic labels intended solely to demonize the other side. This short-circuits all possibility of rational, intelligent discussion.


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