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The list of liberal mayors guilty of religious intolerance toward Christian business Chik-Fil-A grows by the day, and goes unreported in the mainstream media. According to Humberto Fontova at Townhall.com Washington D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray has vowed to stand at the gates of his city with an axe handle "like Lester Maddox in 1962", as if his vow to impose tyranny on an honest business is something to be proud of. In his article "Chik-Fil-A, Mayor Gray, and 'Hate Speech'", Mr. Fontova not surprisingly, noted that Mayor Gray is a frequent patron of the restaurant/ bookstore Busboys and Poets, which has its walls decked with pro-Cuban Revolution propaganda such as posters of murderer Che Guevara, and frequently sponsor tours to Cuba along with the Castro regime.
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On July 20th, Boston Mayor Tom Menino sent a letter to Chik-Fil-A stating that ".....We are indeed full of pride in our support of same-sex marriage.......There is no place for discrimination on Boston's Freedom Trail and no place for your business alongside it."
A July 25th article by Allahpundit at HotAir.com reported that Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said, "Chik-Fil-A values are not Chicago values."
Image by Jdlong@wordpress.com At High Point Church in Arlington Texas during the Under God Indivisible Conference, Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council commented on Mayor Emanuel's remark. Mr. Perkins pointed out what most Americans know about Chicago politicians such as Mayor Emanuel and President Obama. He jabbed,"We know that Chik-Fil-A values are not Chicago values, because Chik-Fil-A does their business OVER THE COUNTER, NOT UNDER THE TABLE!!"
The comments by the liberal mayors of these major cities, coupled with the rudeness of liberals toward Chik-Fil-A employees and conservative media, displayed the true spirit of the Occupy movement, with the trash proceeding from their mouths every bit as vile as the excrement left at the downtown encampments around the United States.
(HT: hotair.com, townhall.com, The Huffington Post, Tony Perkins of The Family Research Council)