^ Actually a friend of mine who is gay is on the management team of a Chik-fil-a. I presume he does not dare disclose his personal life. Seems like it is unfair to expect a person to divulge private matters in their job, particularly when one has zero to do with the other.
I will agree with some previous posts to this point.. As far as fast food goes, Chik-fil-a probably is one of the healthier fast food chains. That they supposedly give support (monetarily) to anti-gay organizations is pretty sad. That they choose to close Sunday because of religious or whatever convictions, is fine by me , I don't patronize them that much and my Sunday is never ruined because they are closed.
In a 21st Century world, I would hope this long,exhausting and ridiculous (to say the least) process so many religious groups think they are right to admonish and condemn would subside. Assuming we have a God, if they actually believed in this God and lived by the bible they preach by bits and pieces of, but will not fully embrace or live by, they would recognize that only ONE ENTITY is allowed to judge and they ,just because they are "christian" do not have that right. Again we are talking about a work environment and a business who seems to take issue with people who do not fit their criteria. I wish they would just take it to the next level and not allow gays to patronize their business and see how well they thrive then.
Sad that this issue may never be over
To Chik-fil-A's credit , I will say this. I have never walked into an establishment whos employees had better Courteous practice and just decent manners in general... and that is every time I have been in any location of Chik-fil-A. They are generally clean establishments. Many other chains SHOULD take note of this.
If Chik-fil-A discriminates in the hiring of, they should also not allow patrons that are gay and make their image complete and squeaky clean......at least in THEIR eyes.