Oh, I'm A "Hater," Yawn

I love it when my progressive, liberal, socialist, moonbat pals make my case for me. And they always do – California, enough said.

The fact that so many liberal mayors, and other low forms of liberal city thugs holding public office, have taken public stands against a fast food chain whose owner doesn’t kow-tow to those interests they kow-tow to is a study in how progressives work, in the real world.

Progressives mess up most of what they touch – California. But one thing they are good at is retribution through municipal action. They always make that work like a Swiss watch.

Inferring Chick-Fil-A will not get zoning permits to expand in Democrat controlled municipalities, shows why zoning is so important to liberals, as is any permit, license, or assessing system.

Here is a fresh example of how liberals use zoning to ethically cleanse their chosen habitat:  


It isn’t just thug mayors in Chicago and Boston threatening to exclude a business based on personal beliefs.

This vicious moonbat comes clean in the article above:

David Speakman said Chick-fil-A's stance on gay marriage motivated him and others at Highlight Cam, a Mountain View startup, to launch an online campaign Wednesday to raise the $1,000 fee needed to appeal the zoning administrator's decision. They reached their goal in just 14 hours, receiving donations from the likes of former Assemblywoman Sally Lieber.

"To be honest, if it wasn't a Chick-fil-A, we probably wouldn't be standing up and opposing it," Speakman told The Daily News as he prepared to deliver the appeal to the city clerk's office.

Zoning, planning, scheming and lying, everything a progressive needs to keep certain people out of their town and to keep those who live there thinking properly.

Dave Speakman has a fund raising web site to help stop Chick-Fil-A:


He gets to call people who believe in traditional marriage, haters, etc, as often as he can.

Calling anyone who disagrees with you a “hater” is supposed to be an argument ender, with the caller automatically winning.

I don’t hate homosexual activists, even if they keep flinging that accusation at perceived opponents to make themselves feel good.

I find homosexual activists boring, predictable, and irretrievably lost in an issue they think they have won.