Monday, June 12, 2017

This being said about Chick Filet

Image: Food Review Website Suggests Patrons Avoid Chick-fil-A Due to 'Unpalatable Baggage'Food Review Website Suggests Patrons Avoid Chick-fil-A Due to 'Unpalatable Baggage' - this being said about the most popular fast food chain in the nation!            Chick Filet HAS to be doing SOMETHING RIGHT!!

Only one guess as to which group of societal misfits is putting out this garbage?!  

It's unlikely there are polls that show how many people make their fast-food dining decisions based on politics, but the restaurant review website Eater recommends  customers avoid the popular Chick-Fil-A chain because of its "unpalatable baggage" of Christian values, Twitchy reported Sunday.

The review explained Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A was aggressively expanding into new markets and had donated heavily to groups opposing same-sex marriage. 

It added the company's chief executive, Dan Cathy, had said, "We're 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."

In its headline of the review, the website said, "The fast-food giant serves up some solid food but with a side of unpalatable baggage," and offered other options for establishments that had better quality products and also supported LGBT issues.

"It's the only top 10 quick-service restaurant that doesn't mention sexual orientation in its online equal opportunity statement, and that it holds a zero rating on LGBT benefits and worker protections from a prominent advocacy group. 

McDonald's scored 100. (When I asked Chick-fil-A about this, a rep responded with a general statement reaffirming its commitment to equal opportunity and said that it's up to local franchisees to determine benefits)" the review stated.

The reviewer also lamented Chick-fil-A on Twitter, adding, "Sometimes, on a good day, [the chicken sandwich] smells like chicken."

The review went on to explain its argument for why it was a politically-incorrect move to support the fast food establishment.

"Millions of dollars of the chain's past profits funded groups that opposed same-sex marriage during an era when millions of Americans were fighting for their civil rights; smaller donations went to a group that practiced conversion therapy, a practice that stems from the discredited belief that homosexuality is a mental illness," stated the review.

Aside from politics, Eater also criticized their product, describing Chick-Fil-A's "pretty average chicken sandwich," though admitting they had "a pretty good fast-food breakfast," and a "pretty great frozen coffee."

Eater's Facebook page describes itself as "the source for people who care about dining and drinking in the nation's most important food cities." 

While some readers agreed with the assessment, there was quite a bit of backlash from those who suggested the website stick to reviewing food.

The reviewer admitted the fast food chain "doesn't have much to worry about financially; it's currently America's favorite fast-food restaurant, according to one consumer satisfaction index," adding that "sales actually soared the year Cathy made his controversial remarks."
Chick Filet MUST BE DOING SOMETHING RIGHT!  The food is very good. The very items poorly reviewed in this article are actually the most popular at the restaurant.  The staff are very well trained, polite and go out of their way to please.  And the company supports Christian values, including supporting the military and others working to help people and to defend the nation. 
Please! Consider showing your appreciation by supporting Chick Filet for their public service to America and their observance of Christian values.  Our boycott against Target made its point, and the leadership has begun to turn around on some of its decisions.  Let's show these criticizers that practicing Christian values DOES make a positive difference to the public and that we - as customers - appreciate and will support it when businesses make a stand for them.  Thank you!

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