March 23, 2017

October 2, 2016

Wolf Cries Fowl

Isn’t it strange how all is fair in love and war until the libs feel the heat?

Democrats in Pinellas County, Fla., are crying fowl over the supervisor of elections’ decision to hold voter registration drives at nine area Chick-fil-A locations earlier this week on National Voter Registration Day.

Susan McGrath, head of the county Democratic Executive Committee and leader of the Pinellas Stonewall Democrats, a pro-LGBT equality group, says she is all in favor of getting out the vote — just not at Chick-fil-A, the Georgia-based fast-food restaurant chain beloved for its fried chicken sandwiches and its adherence to the Southern Baptist culture of its founder by closing on Sundays. The company’s CEO Dan Cathy has made multiple remarks in the past expressing a personal opposition to same-sex marriage.

Where were these paragons of non-partisan politics (heh) when Planned Parenthood launched a voter registration drive?  Of course, this happened alllll the waaaaaaaaaay back on August 5, 2016, so under the liberal rules for engagement, it may not apply.

Possibly this report of a registration drive by the San Diego LGBT Dems from August 31, 2016, will qualify.

Frankly, you have a better chance of catching members of LGBT or supporters of Planned Parenthood at Chick-Fil-A than you do of finding adhering Christians at a Planned Parenthood or LGBT event.  Makes you wonder if liberals really don’t good food at good prices served by friendly faces in a clean environment or simply terrified that any attempt that does not tilt the playing field in their direction is too risky? 

Note:  Yes, I know it should be foul but loved the play on words.

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I really doubt that all Democrats avoid Chick-fil-A.  Good food, good service, clean. And the service staff never mention politics or any other controversial matters at all.

[1] Posted by Katherine on 10-2-2016 at 05:04 PM · [top]

It is still a micro-aggression.

[2] Posted by Pb on 10-2-2016 at 05:37 PM · [top]

I didn’t mean to imply all democrats are liberals. I’m sure there are some who still cling to the hope that the democrat party will return to the days of JFK - the one who said - Ask not what your country can do for you.  Ask what you can do for your country.

The republicans are no better. 

Both party’s establishment base would rather blow themselves up rather than give up their power base. 

The slate of candidates is a testament to how awful the two parties are at this time.

May the Good Lord see fit to save us from ourselves.

[3] Posted by Jackie on 10-2-2016 at 07:25 PM · [top]

Well, this makes it clear that all registrations are not created equal, some animals are better than others!

[4] Posted by dwstroudmd+ on 10-2-2016 at 08:36 PM · [top]

Everybody knows that Ben and Jerry’s is the only LGBT approved dining establishment in which to hold a voter registration drive.

[5] Posted by Undergroundpewster on 10-3-2016 at 01:18 PM · [top]

I personally think this just means the Dems are…wait for it…chicken.

[6] Posted by B. Hunter on 10-3-2016 at 01:56 PM · [top]

The Democrats have been trying to register my wife’s teddy bear to vote.  And they tell us that if our teddy bear hasn’t registered to vote soon, they will be following up.  I am not kidding.

[7] Posted by jamesw on 10-4-2016 at 10:48 AM · [top]

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