This is the most ridiculous editorial I've ever read:
Not too chicken to say
It's about Chick-fil-A and its fundamentalist chicken sandwiches.
I kid you not.
"[A]mong Chick-fil-A's customers, undoubtedly, are those who seek out its sandwiches because of the company's fundamental ways."
Translated, that means the idiot who wrote this horse shit wants to believe it with all his (her?) heart but has no first-hand knowledge, and no real reason - or facts - to back up such a cockamamy notion, so it's ... without doubt true.
I always considered the writers for the Charleston (WV) Gazette to be the most puerile editorialists in the land. Now I've changed my mind.
"Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy, in talking turkey with the Baptist Press, said, 'We are very much supportive of the family — the biblical definition of the family unit. We are a family-owned business, a family-led business, and we are married to our first wives. We give God thanks for that.'
"That's code for 'gays aren't welcome here.'"
Ah, that "code" stuff again. The hidden machinations that can only be perceived by the liberal mind.
Which makes one wonder how the chicken sandwich eating crowd - you fundamentalist dullards out there - picks up on it.
May God have mercy.