Chick-fil-A a day keeps the Gay away.
Let me start this paper by saying that I love Chick-fil-A and I wish that this had never happened. I am originally from Texas and grew up with a Chick-fil-A right down the road and ate there a lot as a kid and teen. Let me also say that I am a huge support of same-sex marriage and I am a proud and vocal atheist. I do not condone of agree with Mr. Cathy’s words but I am also a huge support of “Stay out of my personal business” type policies. I don’t believe that this should have ever been escalated to the heights that it did and I blame glory whores and so-called newshounds for it becoming a national issue.
I picked up this story from USNEWS.com (http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2012/07/27/chick-fil-as-controversial-gay-marriage-beef), written by Seth Cline who is Seth Cline is an editorial intern with Forbes and an undergraduate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Journalism and Mass Communications. This was written shortly after all the media outlets broke the stoke of Dan Cathy’s statements on June 6th when he stated on a radio program when he said the company was "guilty as charged" in its stance against gay marriage. “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.” Cline has written many reports on social issues and while I took the time to read a few of them I could not get a good grasp on a bias in favor one way or another. His politics seem fairly bi-partisan and reports mostly facts without an emphasis one way or another.
While he is un-bias in most articles he is still a news reporter and this story like most others in America today, has been taken way too far and has been blown out of proportion. Why should we care what this man thinks or says? It is his right to oppose any form of marriage. There have been way too many reports and articles written about this issue and this one is...