On the Paranoia of Some Gay Marriage Activists


Numerous gay marriage militants have accused me of lying when I claimed the DC Chick-Fil-A food truck had long lines when I went there for lunch last Wednesday, saying this photo of mine clearly showed a line to the grey truck in the distance, not the Chick-fil-A truck. It's disappointing to see our opponents so desperate to cast doubt on every thing we at NOM say that they will spend as much time as they did trying to accuse me of lying for posting a photo.

Luckily there's an easy way to settle this. Here's a second photo I took the same day:

That's clearly 15 people in line for Chick-fil-A.

Back to my original photo:

If you were actually there last week, you would know the gentleman in the red hat is the order taker for Chick-Fil-A (go back and check yourself) -- if all those people are going to the grey truck (Pho Junkies' truck by the way, great food) why is the Chick-fil-A guy taking their orders?

Of course, that whole line is really to Chick-fil-A.

What's amazing to me in all of this is how many militant gay activists instantly presumed that I was lying. Really, guys? Don't project your paranoia on me.

I welcome them to come out to Chick-Fil-A's DC food truck next Wednesday to see just how long the lines are for themselves (and eat some delicious chikin!).