What The Cluck, Huck? Mike Huckabee Gets Behind Chick-Fil-A's Anti-Gay CEO (But Not In A Gay Way)

If there’s one person who appreciates a fast food company that sticks to their butter-slathered buns when it comes to discrimination, it is former/current fat person Mike Huckabee.

It’s not just the delectably breaded, pickle-topped, fried chicken(ish) sandwiches or those deliciously greasy, salty waffle fries that’s got Huckabee Huckahooked, but the delectably batsh*t, homophobic ramblings of its chicken-wingnut president who, unlike the rest of you Godless heathens, isn’t about to let Chick-fil-A turn Chick-fil-GAY.

After CEO Dan Cathy admitted the company was “guilty as charged” when it comes to supporting marriage as one man, one woman (and years of sexless misery), some liberal elites, like “The Muppets” and mayor of Boston, have taken it upon their sinful, sodomite-supporting selves to boycott the fast food chain.

Well this is enough to get Huckabee’s panties in a Huckabunch! So much so that he’s calling for a Chick-fil-A “Appreciation Day” on Facebook to show his unwavering support for a homophobic fast food company that makes billions of dollars by serving delicious heart attacks and diabetes between buns while also sticking to such Biblical principles as gluttony, greed, and of course, good old-fashioned gay-bashing on a mass scale.

Via Buzzfeed:

I have been incensed at the vitriolic assaults on the Chick Fil-A company because the CEO, Dan Cathy, made comments recently in which he affirmed his view that the Biblical view of marriage should be upheld. The Cathy family, let by Chick Fil-A founder Truett Cathy, are a wonderful Christian family who are committed to operating the company with Biblical principles and whose story is the true American success story. Starting at age 46 Truett Cathy built Chick Fil-A into a $4 billion a year enterprise with over 1600 stores. At 91, he is still active in the company, but his son Dan runs it day to day as CEO. It’s a great American story that is being smeared by vicious hate speech and intolerant bigotry from the left.

The Chick Fil-A company refuses to open on Sundays so that their employees can go to church if they wish. Despite the pressure from malls, airports, and the business world to open on Sundays, they still don’t. They treat customers and employees with respect and dignity.

I ask you to join me in speaking out on Wednesday, August 1 “Chick Fil-A Appreciation Day.” No one is being asked to make signs, speeches, or openly demonstrate. The goal is simple: Let’s affirm a business that operates on Christian principles and whose executives are willing to take a stand for the Godly values we espouse by simply showing up and eating at Chick Fil-A on Wednesday, August 1. Too often, those on the left make corporate statements to show support for same sex marriage, abortion, or profanity, but if Christians affirm traditional values, we’re considered homophobic, fundamentalists, hate-mongers, and intolerant. This effort is not being launched by the Chick Fil-A company and no one from the company or family is involved in proposing or promoting it.

There’s no need for anyone to be angry or engage in a verbal battle. Simply affirm appreciation for a company run by Christian principles by showing up on Wednesday, August 1 or by participating online – tweeting your support or sending a message on Facebook.


Yes, that’s right people. Please affirm your belief in the Christian principles of hate mongering, intolerance, exclusion, and discrimination against those different than you, like gross, hell-bound gays and lesbians by showing up and stuffing your face with a perfectly seasoned, deliciously breaded, retardedly spelled Chikin sandwich from Chick-fil-A before it becomes Chick-fil-Atheist. Now that’s courage!

After all, it’s probably the closest Mike and Co. will ever get to touching a Chick.

Oh and one more thing: Go cluck yourself, Huck!

[image via Wonkette]

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