Chick-fil-A arguer is a drive-through dunce
Even if bad stuff happens to someone I don't care for, I can't ever bring myself to celebrate anybody's misfortune.
I may have found an exception!
Have you heard about, Adam Smith, the Tucson business executive? The Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of Vante, a medical equipment manufacturer, who decided he would deliver an anti-hate speech at the Chick-fil-A drive-through?
If you haven't seen this, he's videotaping the whole thing on his smart phone. Too bad the smart phone didn't have a smart guy operating it.
This is one of the front office management people at that firm, lecturing a captive fast food employee from his car, through her service window. The young lady courageously stood there through the editorial rant, attempting to explain that Chick-fil-A is not a hateful organization just because it's president embraces a faith that is opposed to same-sex marriage.
You think the guy also bad-mouthes Catholic- and Jewish-owned businesses for the same reason?
His company didn't want to take a chance, so they fired him, not because he expressed an opinion, but because he was opposed to somebody else doing it.
And because he's also stupid.
I'm Pat McMahon.
Pat McMahon, Host