"We know that it might not be popular with everyone, but thank the Lord, we live in a country where we can share our values and operate on biblical principles."--Dan Cathy.
Apparently not, Dan. Simply being supportive of "the family unit" seems to make one a bigot in the eyes of the mainstream media. Customers who attended the "Ckick-fil-A Day" are presented in the news across the nation as actively oppressing gays. I present the link here to the actual "offending" story, betting that more than 90% of Americans, and probably 99% of gay activists, have never even read it. Notice that the story is in the Baptist Press, which means that activists must actively monitor religious media for anything relating to marriage/family, and that marriage is only mentioned briefly at the end of the interview. If activists are indeed monitoring Christian media, that act amounts to censorship reminiscent of the Soviet Union!
Cathy's incredibly generous charitable activities were not mentioned in any mainstream press articles of which I am aware.
"Guilty as charged," Cathy says of Chick-fil-A's stand on biblical & family values