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mikesum32 wrote

As for me personally, I was at what was supposed to be an anti Chick-fil-a, pro LGBT rally, but it had morphed into a Chick-fil-a appreciation day. I think the republicans organized it to counter the left wing protest. Unfortunately there were very few people that were there against Chick-fil-a, and a lot of angry supporters. I was called all kinds of names like faggot and thought a bigot or two was going to try and fight me, but nothing came of it.

One of the people in line at Chick-fil-a said her car was hit by sign, which was a complete fabrication, The police showed up and they told the two young women there not to kiss and not to shout about equal rights. I guess they were okay with all of us getting called faggots.

I didn't eat there until after my backwards state had marriage equality.

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161 wrote

that counter-protest was organised by people talking in a hall somewhere. would you really have a problem with me and a few of my chumrades smashing the hall windows to disrupt the organising? we could've saved you a lot of trouble

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mikesum32 wrote

Mike Huckabee popularized the idea for the appreciation day, and I don't think most of the customers there were even aware or at least didn't care about the anti-LGBT issues I bet they thought the gays showed to piss on their wholesome restaurant and Jeebus. The fact that my state is mostly Republican doesn't help much either. Right-winger are generally authoritarian and fall in lock-step with each other.

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161 wrote

you do know Dem states are also right-wing and authoritarian, right? just checking