To Kiss or Not to Kiss…

To Kiss or Not to Kiss…

Ann Bailey

What a day it is!  The great “Kiss-In” at Chick-fil-A.  You’d think that after the astounding groundswell of support for free speech and traditional marriage that took place on Wednesday, that the gay lobby would at least lay low for a while.  Alas, ‘tis not the case.   The great “Kiss-In” (homosexuals couples encouraged to go to Chick-fil-A, do some smooching, take a photo, and post if around the internet) is taking place today.

On Wednesday night, United Families International received an email from a woman who had a plan to counter this event.  She writes:

Friday is traditionally date night both for those who date and want a kiss after the date and married couples as well. My son, Allan, decided he wasn’t going to let someone else chase him away from his date night, and has asked that we get the word out as quickly as possible to ask ALL married couples, and wanna be dates of couples to go to chick fil a to eat chicken, and kiss….

Most married couples I know began with a nice meal on a date, followed by kissing; eventually families came to be – all because of kissing! Please help us get the word out that Friday is the day for kissing someone of the opposite sex that you LIKE a LOT! Grab your partner, and have a date! Don’t hesitate to propose there if you haven’t done so already! Get the camera and record this event for ALL to see that even “they” wouldn’t be able to protest, if two people (of the opposite sex) hadn’t fell in love!

Hubbie can’t wait for Friday, and personally, I’m looking forward to it myself! Won’t confess how many years we’ve been married, but we now have 9 grandchildren….. 🙂

Please help us promote this so that there are so MANY married people kissing, that no one has time to notice “the others”….. OK?

At first, I thought “You bet!  Let’s do it!  Besides, this is kind of sweet to promote marriage, date night, and couples together.  I love the woman’s enthusiasm.”  But then I realized that this would only play into the hand of the gay lobby – the crazies in the gay lobby.

At this point, I can’t figure out how homosexuals think that this kind of publicity could do anything but harm their cause.  Who is this going to influence?  The people that support the gay “cause” are already on their team.  Those that aren’t, are only going to be repelled by this type of behavior.  What point, exactly, are they trying to prove?  They will only cause more attention – and more business – to rain down upon Chick-fil-A, their sworn enemy.

So, “yes” go to Chick-fil-A  sometime today.  It is important that Chick-fil-A coffers not suffer any negative repercussions from this so-called “counter protest” coming from the gay lobby.  But this time, I think it’s probably best to hold the kisses until you’re back home.

Thoughts?

 

 

1Comment
  • Gordon
    Posted at 16:38h, 03 August Reply

    Finally, a fellow conservative who is … conservative. 🙂 I think you are right on. Well done.

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