I seem to have created a firestorm of controversy over an article I posted on my Facebook wall from Decision Magazine entitled, Wendy’s Chooses to Promote Adoption, Not Abortion. It wasn’t the article that offended people, but the comment I posted along with that article. I dared to say, “Let’s dump Chick fil A and patronize Wendy’s”.
Chick fil A has always been held in high esteem by pro-life warriors and other conservatives because of their strong Christian values. When others caved, they remained strong, until recently.
I have read many articles about how this fast food chain has surrendered to the LBGT faction, dumping certain Christian organizations and sending donations to groups such as the Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization which has attacked mainstream conservative organizations, including the Family Research Council. Read one of their articles here.
So, do we ‘turn the other cheek’ and give Chick fil A a pass, or do we hold their feet to the fire and let them know that they are losing their Christian base by capitulating?
I believe in turning the other cheek; however, we can’t allow ourselves to be continually slapped silly by organizations we’ve supported who then turn their backs on their Christian and pro-life base. It’s time to fight back.
We do that by:
- signing the petition from the Family Research Council
- Boycotting Chick fil A until they come to their senses and fund Christian organizations again, and stop funding the Southern Poverty Law Center and other anti-life and anti-Christian organizations
- Contacting Chick fil A Corporate offices to let them know you are boycotting them (It’s important to let them know why you are boycotting them)
- Praying! Prayer is the best weapon we have to combat the forces of evil in our land and we all know it is satan who is the real enemy here.
We owe it to our children and grandchildren to stand up for what is right and not let the bullies on the left intimidate us. And we need to remind companies like Chick fil A of their commitment to uphold God’s perfect law instead of cowering to man’s imperfect one.
Are you with me?