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Is the Chick-fil-A controversy a free-speech or anti-gay marriage issue?

ChoicePercentVisualVotes
Free speech84%
888
Anti-gay marriage15%
163
1051 total votes

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1whitesabbath(738 comments)posted 3 years ago

The people have spoken.

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2Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 3 years ago

I voted for free speech , But that also means that communities have the right of free speech and to what is in their towns .

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3djicey99(62 comments)posted 3 years ago

I was at Southern Park Mall on the day of support pledged by the public for Chick-a-filet, and I have to say that was the biggest Crowd I have even witnessed at that mall.
But on another note, did you guys realize that those sneaky oil guys have raised the price of gas to 3.99 throughout the valley this week? I think it's time we get our priorites in order and the public act on these outrageous gas prices??!! Go ahead check gas buddy, the site states this is the first time that Ohio has seen prices higher than the Big Three, California, Alaska, and Hawaii!!!! We can now proudly bost we have the highest gas prices in the nation. Prost!!!

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4djicey99(62 comments)posted 3 years ago

yes shutyourface (nice name by the way), literally in one week prices jumped from 3.39 to 3.89 and I live outside warren off Route 5 usually, Ravenna is .20 to .30 cents cheaper than Youngstown but not this time, they are both 3.89 to 3.99 compared to 3.39 and 3.44 last week!!! Happy End of the Summer, right?

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5Jerry(674 comments)posted 3 years ago

@ Freeatlast:

Quoting from your comment "..............But that also means that communities have the right of free speech and to what is in their towns ."

Does this mean that, if a community (or the mayor of a community) wants to ban gays from doing business, they have this right and this is OK with you??

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6WHATSSHAKIN(42 comments)posted 3 years ago

So, the big question is,"does the Vindy endorse gay marriage"?

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7Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 3 years ago

Jerry. @ NO you can not do that by law
We could change the law . But that is never going to happen in my life .
I just think that the community should have the right to stop hate speech from anybody . To me most the people at the CAF were not showing understanding but bigotry and not the Christianity that most say or believe they are doing .

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8Jerry(674 comments)posted 3 years ago

@Freeatlast

So what you're saying is that you feel your rights, and the rights of people who agree with you, should be protected; but anyone who disagrees with you is spouting "hate speech" and should be punished and silenced by force of law.

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9Freeatlast(1991 comments)posted 3 years ago

Jerry@
CAN YOU READ
I just think that the community should have the right to stop hate speech from anybody .
Do you know what ANYBODY???? means, or is your mine so closed you forgot .

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