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Eugene Delgaudio Asks: Chick-fil-A, Crimes Against Humanity?

Eugene Delgaudio, President

In a message to 200,000 subscribers, I have written:

Chick-fil-A, one of the largest fast-food businesses in the U.S. provides jobs to some 50,000 employees and serves millions of customers at 1,500 outlets across the country.

An American success story, wouldn't you agree? So, what's the problem?

Well, Chick-fil-A is run by Christians who believe in the godliness of marriage and family.

In fact, the official statement of purpose is "to glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that is entrusted to us and to have a positive influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A."

And the company proves it by investing generously in community service initiatives such as scholarships, summer camps for children and teens, foster care, and marriage enrichment programs.

But according to recent homosexual blogs, Chick-fil-A's corporate principles constitute a crime against humanity.

When it was reported that a Chick-fil-A in Pennsylvania agreed to donate sandwiches and brownies for a marriage seminar sponsored by the Pennsylvania Family Institute, which happens to oppose same-sex marriage, homosexual activists went into full swing.

Dutifully, the rank and file waged war against Chick-fil-A calling for boycotts, intimidating college campuses into banning the business, and cruelly calling it "Jesus Chicken."

I am telling you all of this to let you know that the threat to the family is real. . . and relentless.

Simply put, the homosexual agenda begins with destroying the family.

From there, it's just a domino effect, and they will continue to tear down all decency in our society.

But together, you and I are working to prevent that from happening.


So, thank you for standing with me, and Public Advocate.

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