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Ancient Gaseous Emanation
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NOVEMBER 29, 2019

Typically, when Chick-fil-A makes headlines it's because of some left-wing protest of a new store or bigoted leftist politicians blocking the nation's top growing fast-food chain from an airport or something like that. For years, conservatives, Christians, and their allies have defied the outrage mob and stood up for a fried chicken sandwich because they stood for religious liberty in a time where conservative and Christian values are constantly under attack.

And just like that, the same people who've been defending Chick-fil-A for years turning their back on them, calling for boycotts and refusing to eat there anymore. "I'll never eat there again," I saw a friend say on my Facebook timeline.

I understand the frustration, but is turning your back on Chick-fil-A the best response, or is taking action a better way to handle this?

For those of you who saw Chick-fil-A as more than just a chicken sandwich before you drop them for good, you need to reach out to them. Forget an angry tweet or Facebook comment, you need to call them and/or write them a letter, and tell them how you feel.

You can call them at 1-866-232-2040, Monday through Saturday, 8:00am to midnight ET. You can also write them a letter

Chick-fil-A CARES
P.O. Box 725489
Atlanta, GA 31139-9923

or you can click here for an online form.

Whatever you do, be courteous and tell them your concerns. Chick-fil-A has survived and grown because of your support, perhaps instead of giving up so quickly, you can show them that they succeeded because of their Christian values, not in spite of them. Before you turn your back on them for good, do what you can to make them see the error of their ways. When you've made your call or written your letter, encourage others to do so as well.

And when you speak to them, asking them why they've blacklisted the Salvation Army, or why they're suddenly favoring social justice causes that hate them, or why they gave money to the bigoted SPLC. Ask them why the executive director of the Chick-fil-A Foundation is a left-winger who supported Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Get answers from them directly, let them know they risk losing you as a customer if they don't make up for these errors.

If Chick-fil-A was more than just a chicken sandwich to you, you'll fight for it, not give up.

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If only it weren't for that ol' "You are judged by the company that you keep", or, "You should dance with the One who brought You here".

But then, the entire Public Relations play going on belongs completely to their "management", doesn't it?

Those involved and responsible for the latest developments knew the score back then, and they certainly know it now. No excuses, just deserts.
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