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Chick-Fil-A New Homophobic Sandwich Debuts Today

Today is a day which will go down in history for Chick-fil-A… they have released their newest sandwich called the “Queer-Hatin’ Cordon Bleu.”

According to The Onion:

In a press conference to reporters, company representatives said the homophobic new sandwich will include the national fast food chain’s trademark fried chicken filet wrapped in a piece of specially-smoked No Homo ham that would be topped with a slice of Swiss cheese and lathered in a creamy new Thousand Island-based Fag Punching sauce.

“The Queer-Hatin’ Cordon Bleu is our company’s way of showing our firm commitment to strong, Christian family values,” said Chick-fil-A spokesman Robert Gary, before adding that the vehemently anti-gay rights sandwich comes served in a combo with waffle fries and a medium soda for just $6.95. “From the very first morsel of this savory meal to the very last bite, customers can envision gays burning in hell with their sodomizing cohorts, and know that our sandwich is on their side.”

And we cannot forget dessert!

“Of course, the young ones will want to finish their meals off right with a No Fudge Packin’ Soft Serve Cone,” Gary added. “I can’t think of a better way to follow up a sandwich this good.”

Chick-fil-A’s loyal customers….

While the release of the Queer-Hatin’ Cordon Bleu has led to anger from pro-gay rights groups, loyal Chick-fil-A customers claim they are happy they can finally enjoy a sandwich that takes a firm stance on the issue of homosexuality.

“Any sandwich that combines that great Chick-fil-A flavor with a hefty dose of vitriolic homophobia is definitely going to keep me coming back for more,” said Atlanta customer John Oaks. “Come Wednesday, I’m going to be first in line for this thing.”

According to sources, the Queer-Hatin’ Cordon Bleu is merely the first of Chick-fil-A’s new family values menu which is set to include the AIDS Is God’s Curse chicken nugget combo and the Fags Caused 9/11 strawberry fruit smoothie.

Thank you, The Onion, for keeping the public up-to-date on the oppression still going on in this world.

FYI… Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has declared Aug. 1st as a “Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day.”

“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,” he wrote. “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.”

I have also heard and read the many LGBT and LBGT supporters are also arranging for “Kiss-ins” and other forms of protest at Chick-fil-A’s on the same date. Check with your local community for information – or just create a sign and show up. Show the community and the world that you believe in equality for all… not just for a few self-selected individuals.




The Onion: Chick-Fil-A Debuts New Homophobic Sandwich
The New York Times: Chick-fil-A Thrust Back Into Spotlight on Gay Rights
CBS News: Huckabee backs Chick-fil-A in same-sex marriage controversy


  1. THis is truly UNBELIEVABLE that this is allowed in America !! you’d be arrested and closed down if you did this in the UK…. I’ve never been to America but sadly my desire to do so is diminishing with every post like this I read..

      • Gawd you REALLY got me going there !! I should have known.. I missed the Onion bit at the beginning !!! that’ll teach me not to read things properly after a stressful day! I knew that the owner had come out as disliking gays ( i do read your posts ya know !)
        I am mightily relieved that this isn’t true!! I may come to America after all 😀

        • Absolutely NOT doing the Olympics which are being sponsored by Dow Chemicals !! and Macdonlads.. it’s a corporate circus… London is in lockdown and ground to air missiles have been placed in 4 residential areas!.. don’t start me !

        • I had heard that but wasn’t sure if it was true or not (the missiles) as I had seen that on sites that are more of conspiracy theorists – which many are factual, but some are not or have exaggerated info. Honestly, I have not kept up on any of the hoopla this year. The Olympics just are not what they used to be. Corporatized, capitalized, and all about profit. When they started letting professional people participate, I lost interest. To me, it was all about the passion of competition among the “amateurs” – although that level of amateurs were a 1000 times better than I in any sport. I didn’t know that Dow Chemical was a sponsor. Nope don’t like that. I can deal with McD’s, but not Dow.

        • Oh it’s absolutely ture about the weapons thing.. One place is on top of a block of residential flats and the people who live there went to court to try to get that stopped as they said they didn’t feel safe being made a target without their consent.. they lost needless to say. We would call that using people as a human shield if it was being done anywhere else !!

        • I agree and if successive UK governments hadn’t been such warmongers maybe there wouldn’t be a need to even consider such things… I have this horrible dread that something terrible is going to happen.. I hope I’m proved wrong..

    • That’s why we live in America. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion right wrong or indifferent.
      I would not want it any other way. Freedom of speech and freedom of religion. That what separates the MEN from the boys. FREEDOM!!!!!!!

      • You only think you’re free because we’ve been told that our whole lives. Sure, we do have it better than many countries, that I do not doubt. But we are NOT as free as you think we are. Our free speech is being threatened, although yes, we do have a lot of freedom there, and this site among millions of others prove that. However, freedom of religion is a double-edged sword. Technically, yes we have the freedom to choose our own religion. But we do NOT have freedom FROM religion, and women’s reproductive rights being taken away prove that as each and every one of those laws are based upon biblical beliefs. I am an atheist and believe quite differently. And that is only one small example. We, most definitely, have religion forced upon us every day.

        But there are many other ways we are not as free as you think we are. We’re nothing but pawns and a means for corporations to make more profit at our expense.

    • Oh yes they do. Sadly, the employees are the ones that really get the brunt of it from the public and protesters. It’s Cathy that really deserves it all. I don’t care what his beliefs are and if he wants to raise his family that way – fine. But businesses MUST be kept separate from personal beliefs.

  2. I’ve long enjoyed The Onion, and I’m glad to see that they did such a thorough and effective job of sarcastically savaging Chick-Fil-A. (what a lame assed name!) And as I can see you already know, from the title of one of your posts, here in Boston, the Mayor told this lame ass named homophobia supporting company to go take a hike and just forget about setting up shop in Boston. I loved it!

    The “It’s Simple” graphic really says it all, and thanks for helping to get it out there, so more people can see in plain and easily understood English, just what Chick-Fil-A is really all about, and where your money will go, if you spend it there.

  3. I have to agree. I have the homosexual religion and agenda shoved in my face everyday. It is truly impossible to not be bombarded by advertisements and organizations pushing their ideas that homosexuality should be accepted and tolerated. Give me a break.

    If an individual gives their opinion about the definition of a family and marriage and it is turned into a political statement about that individual’s organization by others; that is that individual’f fault. But, when an organization deliberately places an advertising campaign using their own product in support of the homosexual lifestyle, they are making it clear what their stance on the issue is without the support of their customers. Chick fil a made no such statement as an organization. It was their customers that made the statement. But both of these statements on a subject were made by private individuals and a privately owned corporation. This is acceptable.

    What is not acceptable is when a government representative and organization chooses to make an unconstitutional decision to control how a private business operates and where they operate based on their opinions of a subject. This is not the role of the government and their actions should not be supported. But, you can enjoy your opinion Mr. Sheridan, because as the outpouring of support for Chick fil a has shown, it is insignificant and still unwanted in our nation.

  4. Gee, and here I was all ready to support the gay agenda until they came out with their “I hate religion and the religious” salad and their “Anti-heterosexual rant” buffet.

    I guess that’s why Russia has banned all gay propaganda because it too is full of hate and rhetoric and those people trying to feel superior to everyone else who don’t agree with their moral standards.

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