Boy, I’m sure glad we don’t discriminate in Dargan like they do in Chicago.
I can hardly believe that Chicago politicians have openly suggested they not support a new franchise for Chick-fil-A in their town because of some voiced Christian opinions.
Dan Cathy, the Chick-fil-A president, when asked about his opinion on same-sex marriages offered that marriage is best defined as a union between a man and a woman.
Many liberals suggest it’s OK to be different, but I guess Cathy must be too extreme in his thinking.
I suppose, too, it’s OK for Chicago politicians to be discriminatory in not welcoming a Chick-fil-A restaurant to their city.
The mayor can defend his views of same sex marriages, while everyone else in the country, with a different opinion, must remain silent.
Are you kidding me?
I suspect those mayors of Boston, San Francisco and Chicago can routinely attack discrimination on one hand while seemingly promoting it on the other.
You can’t build a Chick-fil-A here because you have a different viewpoint than we do.
That attitude would be called bigotry in Dargan.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel took it a notch further when he said, “Chick-fil-A values are not Chicago values.”
Now I have to tell you, that comment made me stop and think for a minute.
I sat on my front porch and tried, and tried and tried, to make a list of some good Chicago values.
Quite frankly, I couldn’t come up with many.
Seems to me they have more corruption in Chicago politics than most places in the country.
Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich just begin serving a 14-year prison sentence for corruption; Gov. George Ryan is still in prison because of his political antics, and the city of Chicago seems to be widely known for its corrupt politics.
No offense, Mr. President.
Nope I’m not interested in adopting any of Chicago’s values; I prefer Dan Cathy’s list for now.
I really wanted to come up with a few Chicago values that I might embrace, but then I looked at the crime figures for that city.