Gay rights activists staged a "kiss day" at Chick-fil-A Friday. Nnearly 14,000 Facebook users had subscribed to the "National Same Sex Kiss Day at Chick-fil-A event which is far less than the 630,000 who subscribed to The Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day.
Chick-fil-A employees in Torrence were greeted Friday morning with the words "Tastes like hate" scrawled in large black lettering mimicking the chain's advertising across the back wall of the restaurant. This sort of thing NEVER moves others to change their position, rather people tend to point out that this juvenile behavior proves that they are dealing with someone who hasn't reached any sort of maturity level.
You do remember a certain protester that was fired from his job as a chief financial officer after a videohe shot of himself bullying a Chick-fil-A drive-thru employee don't you? He certainly didn't promote much goodwill to the cause of same sex marriage.
Speaking of people who hurt the same sex marriage movement, have you met Spencer "Thunderball" Thayer? Well you're about to do just that. That's because this Occupy Wall Street activist decided to harrass a homeless street preacher who was reading his Bible outside of the Chick-fil-A.
I suppose when Mr. Thayer was leading the Occupy Chicago movement crowd in October 2011 in a chant of “We are the 99%" what he really meant is that he's for the poor ONLY if they agree with him. This is NOT the guy I would send out into the world to teach about tolerance.
So how did those "homophobic, gay haters" at Chick-fil-A treat the protestors? Much like one would expect Christians to treat others. In Wichita, Kansas, the owner of the Chick-fil-A handed out free chicken sandwiches and water to gay rights activists gathered for the kiss-in. In Decatur, Georgia, Chick-fil-A employees served lemonade to the protesters.