Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Conservatives and Reverse Boycotts

Sadly, we did not participate in "Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day" because I already had plans for dinner.  Also, I could not help but feel a twinge of sympathy for the employees on what must have been a crazy busy day for them.  However, we are already die-hard fans of the place, and we were just there last Saturday for no other reason than to spite the liberals of the world.  We will probably be back sometime this week to spread the appreciation around.  Apparently a relation of mine recently overheard some of these liberals whispering amongst themselves as they ate their chicken sandwiches, admitting that "We really shouldn't be eating here."  You can't argue with a good product.

These attempts by the "progressive" community to blackball this or that business always seem to backfire.  We conservatives can be a quiet bunch, but we're always willing to take reverse recommendations from liberals when it comes to which establishments to patronize.  Just yesterday I was reading about a cake shop which was boycotted for refusing to provide a homosexual wedding cake.  Despite the boycott, or perhaps because of it, the owner says business has never been better.

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