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The Day the ‘Gay’ Fascists Began to Fear

by on September 4, 2012

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. . .  it has been a very long worm indeed that has not wavered the slightest bit off its course these many years, but I think the “gay” worm may finally be starting to turn. It began to turn on the day Chick-fil-A Chief Operating Officer Dan Cathy refused, in the face of a firestorm of criticism, to back down from his statement: “I think we are inviting God’s judgment on our nation when we shake our fist at Him and say, ‘We know better than you as to what constitutes a marriage.’” Instead, when pressed to the wall he replied without apology, “Guilty as charged.” Finally a high-profile Christian had stood his ground – and the crowd went wild. Then on Aug. 1, Mike Huckabee’s Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day gave all of America the chance to unite behind Mr. Cathy’s simple but bold stand. It was a staggering success.

 Panic swept across the “gay” movement. They realized with the terror of a thief caught in the very act that their attempt to crucify Dan Cathy constituted a serious overreach. When their puppet mayors of Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia – in the full glare of the national media spotlight – pledged to deny Chick-fil-A the right to do business in those cities, America collectively witnessed “gay fascism” for the first time. And they didn’t like it. The sleeping giant was aroused. The frog suddenly felt the heat and jumped out of the pot.  . . .
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