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Kudos to Mike Huckabee for starting this.  Head on over to your local Chick-fil-A store and go get some chicken sandwiches, waffle fries, and don’t forget to order a peach shake as well in order to support Chick-fil-A and the First Amendment.

 

Apparently Ted Cruz served Chick-fil-A at his victory party last night.  It’s good to see the Tea Party is not dead in Texas, now go order some sweet tea to celebrate.  They may be a little crowded.  They’re expecting about 500,000 or so people to show up.  So be patient.  Those waffle fries come soon enough.

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4 comments
    1. This isn’t about marriage, it is supporting the First Amendment.   If it had not been for San Francisco, Chicago, and Boston threatening to ban Chick-fil-A from their cities this probably wouldn’t even be happening today.

  1. Many supporters of Huckabee have been very disappointed with him this year (as a commentator at FOX who has seemed to toe the establishment line quite often), and he’s lost a lot of fans.   However, I’m very impressed that he started this.  Good job on this one, Mike. 

  2. I wasn’t able to attend chik- fil-a day due to having my daughter a few days before but I really really wanted to! This was a great idea.G-d Bless you to everyone that attended STAND UP AMERICA! 😉

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