This is quite funny. I never thought about it that way, but they’re sort of right. In supporting Chick-Fil-A, people interfaced, in some way, with more pro-gay companies than not. For those whose goal was to protest gays as human beings (because this was never just about marriage), this seems like a bit of a failure. People continue to line the pockets of gay-friendly companies and brilliant gay pioneers.
And they do it every day. Is this a sign that people actually are just sticking up for the company’s right to free speech (in which case, all the more power to the them), or is it just a sign that they don’t pay attention to the major details in their lives—the people, goods, and services around them that keep the world running in the manner it is running?
Thanks for coming out to support us, Chick-Fil-A customers; it means a lot.