Unfortunately, as I explained in my article yesterday, I personally did not partake in the excitement. But the lines at Chick-Fil-A outlets all over the country as conservatives, Christians, and many people who just felt strongly about free speech, came out to support the rights of businesses everywhere to hold their own opinions freely were very heartwarming.
Sounds like the opposite of hate to me.
See, in my world, which, as opposed to the world of liberals, has the ground below me and the sky above, hate is displayed by going after those people who disagree with your worldview, getting in their face, and screaming at them.
Unfortunately for Chick-Fil-A, they are very likely to see a lot of that hate today. Ironically, that hate will be fomented at the behest of the very people who claim so often to oppose it.
I highly doubt that the liberals will stop at kissing, or whatever they plan to do, but even that is not a message of love and inclusion. It is a desperate attempt to cause conflict and hope that it escalates so they can justify their narrative.
But why wait until today..?
If they honestly wanted a peaceful protest, they could easily have done so Wednesday.
I believe they hope that now that supporters of Chick-Fil-A have had their say, that they will be able to go in and do many things that most people will never see. They certainly won’t record the most heinous of their actions, and wouldn’t publish any of it publicly on the internet, if they did.
Sounds like the opposite of peace to me. In fact, it sounds really hateful. But liberals never see the irony in someone foaming at the mouth and screaming about how hateful someone else may supposedly be.
If they were truly interested in love, instead of hate, they could certainly find a business that openly supports gay marriage and have a day of appreciation for them. That, of course, is assuming that the liberals have any interest in getting anything more than water, like this guy.
They could be supporting a business that voices support for them, and instead they choose to try to tear down a business where the owners disagree with the way they think the world should be.
That, my friends, is very telling. Our first instinct was to go out and build up the people we support, not tear down the people who disagree with us. Their first instinct is always to destroy.
So, who is really full of hate, here..?
UPDATE: So, this brilliant Mensa candidate pretty much confirms everything that I have just said here… Warning: Strong language, weird language, and some stuff that I’m not even sure IS language…