Thursday, July 26, 2012
Chicago Alderman Reverse Discriminates Against Chick-fil-A on Gay Marriage Controversy | What About Aurora's Chick-fil-A?
Chicago Alderman Joe Moreno wants to reverse discriminate against Chick-fil-A to prevent them from opening a new business in his ward because of the CEO's personal views on gay marriage.
So, let's get this straight...it's not okay to discriminate against someone who supports gay marriage, but it's okay to discriminate against someone who believes in traditional marriage.
While Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and other gay supporters such as Lisa Madigan welcome the reverse discrimination, not everyone believes the reverse discrimination is appropriate.
42nd Ward Alderman Brendan Reilly says even though he supports gay marriage, he also supports the rights of a business to operate as long as they are lawfully zoned and able to proceed.
Aurora had the first Chick-fil-A restaurant in Illinois. The city spokesgirl, Carie Ergo, who makes over $160,000 per year, would not comment if Mayor Weisner has any problem or objection to the Chick-fil-A restaurant...or his view on gay or traditional marriage.
Meanwhile, some people LOVE Chick-fil-A...