Colin Craig should watch out #Proverbs2521

Washington Post

A very good video challenging Mick Huckabee announcing people should support Chic Fil-A and their funding of opponents of Gay Marriage:

“Guilty as charged” is how Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy answered questions about his restaurant chain’s support of traditional marriage earlier this week.

That’s according to an interview published Monday in the Baptist Press, in which Cathy says his Atlanta-based company is “very much supporting of the family — the biblical definition of the family unit.”

Cathy also said on Ken Coleman’s radio show in June that people advocating for same-sex marriage are “inviting God’s judgment on our nation.”

This is similar to Colin Craig’s outrageous claims today.

Author Jackson Pearce has posted this video pointing out a few problems with those who stick to “biblical” interpretations of marriage and a few other things.

The long and short of it– on 8/1 (the day Mike Huckabee wants Chick-Fil-A supporters to patronize the restaurant) go to Chick-Fil-A. Ask for a large water and nothing else. See if they adhere to Proverbs 25:21 and give it to you. If they do, yay! You took a few cents from their hate fund! If they don’t, well…I guess they’re proving their principals aren’t so “biblical.”
If you’re in, pass the word on, please. #Proverbs2521

Perhaps Colin Craig should likewise understand that he could get the #Proverbs2521 treatment.


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