In Lake Worth, Free Chick-Fil-A (Even If You're Gay: Video)

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The newest Chick-Fil-A opens in Lake Worth on April 12 at 6275 Lantana Road, one of 92 the company will open in 2012. 

To kick off the new location, the chain will sponsor its "First 100" campaign, for which the first 100 people in line score a year's worth of free Chick-Fil-A in the form of 52 gift certificates. 

The rules are a bit confusing, perhaps because I haven't considered that Chick-Fil-A inspires such devotion that people camp out in the parking lot 24 hours ahead. From the release: "The line officially opens at 6 a.m., Wednesday, April 11, with the free meal cards being awarded Thursday, April 12, sometime between 6 a.m. and 6:10 a.m. The restaurant will open for business immediately thereafter. If there are more than 100 people by 6 a.m. on Wednesday, April 11, all 100 spots will be determined by raffle." Sorry, kids. You must be 18 to claim the prize. 

Chick-Fil-A has hit the news quite a bit lately, with the debut of its first food truck allegedly this week, the announcement of which resulted in another heated debate over Chick-Fil-A's financial contributions to antigay groups.

The back and forth led to an outing of this video, set to the tune of Wilson Philips' "Hold On" with some choice lyrics. "We just want a little meat without your Bible."

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If you want your restaurant to give to gay groups, eat more beef.  Opps, those guys don't support any sexual orientation pressure groups, not because they are in favor of strange love, but because they want to keep their preferences to themselves.   If ya want a great chicken sandwich and don't care who they support, da Chik is the only option.

Jay B.
Jay B.

Well you SHOULD care who the companies you support give money to.  As many smarter men than I have said, "If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem."  And Chik Fil A, with their anti-gay and holier than thou religious stance (from a company that sells fast food?) is one that I certainly will not support.  But, of course, FQS9000. you're comment about "strange love" gives you away as a sure supporter of anti-gay hatred and bigotry.  So, please, go support a company that believes in spreading hatred...  you'll obviously fit right in.  And just so you know, it's not that other restaurants "give to gay groups," as you so eloquently state, it's just that other restaurants don't give money to groups that promote hatred.  Please... go eat some chicken until you puke on your humanity.

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