Dems Furious at Chick-fil-A Voter Registration Drive

By Todd Starnes

A group of gay Democrats got their feathers ruffled after a Florida county decided to hold voter registration drives at local Chick-fil-A restaurants.

The Stonewall Democrats seem to think the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections’ office is targeting Republican-leaning voters.

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Here's their rationale -- Chick-fil-A is owned by a Christian family. And they run their business with Christian values.

So the gay Democrats seem to think that only conservative Christians eat fried chicken and drink sweet tea.

It’s hard to believe such ignorant dunderheads exist.

“As an elected official, you have a duty to be evenhanded and fair,” wrote Susan McGrath in aletter obtained by Creative Loafing.

Ms. McGrath is the head of the Pinellas County Democratic Executive Committee and the Stonewall Democrats, a pro-LGBT equality group.

“Surely, you and your office staff do understand that using Chick-fil-A as the base for voter registration activities is not only inherently unfair but overtly partisan as well.”

The only thing unfair about Chick-fil-A is you can’t get a chicken biscuit past 10:30 a.m. eastern time. That - and they stopped selling their delicious coleslaw.

“This company has a strong and well-understood history of anti-LGBT activism and is publicly associated with Republican Party values,” McGrath wrote.

I still don’t understand why the LGBT militants have such a problem with a plump juicy chicken breast tucked between two hot buttered buns.

She went on to accuse Chick-fil-A of being a “right-leaning business” and she alleged the voter registration efforts were “targeting Republican-leaning voters.”

What in the name of Colonel Sanders is this lady talking about? It sounds like she’s been smoking some of those eleven herbs and spices.

I know, I know. Different chicken joint – but humor me.

For the record, Chick-fil-A is not about the left wing or the right wing. It's about the chicken thing. And the sweet tea.