Guess Who Was Spotted at Chick-fil-A?

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  • kayla

    my husband and i went today for a lunch date! :) and just a little brag on others… the place was PACKED inside and out and every single person was in such a good mood!!!!

  • bellagrazi

    Right on! Hahaha Your mom and dad are super awesome, Bristol!

  • Alaska Chick

    We need a Chic-fil-A in AK!!! Like now!!

  • http://us4palin.com Ron Devito

    I’ve got to check this place out. They’ve got one in Manhattan and one in Brooklyn. I have to be in Manhattan Monday to pick up some equipment for some jobs. Looks like their stuff is easy on the Weight Watchers Points too. Monday’s lunch has been served. Score!

    • Amanda

      The food is AMAZING. And it’s one fast food place where the people are genuinely friendly and outgoing. Their spicy chicken is to die for. And of course the original is a classic.

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  • http://facebook Cynthia Blanco

    Do we have one here in Alaska?

  • http://lisastuf.blogspot.com Lisa Hall

    That’s awesome Bristol! Me and hubby went to our local Chick-fil-a the other day and it was packed and the food was great!
    Thank-you for writing this blog and please don’t let all the “Haters” get you down. They have nothing better to do with their time except troll on your blog and spew forth filth.
    Please know that there are many more out there that stand firm with you and are praying for you and your family! Love you Bristol and wish all the best to you and your family!

  • Charli Chad

    Yeehaw! Their food is delicious and won’t make you sick like McDonald’s pink slime.

    • Joseph

      Yeah, you got that right! I love me some Chick-fil-A!

  • http://paulandsabrinasevstuff.com Paul

    They had a special night where everyone who dressed up in PJs got free food. It was so much fun. I love that place.

  • MotherBushIsBack

    Think of how much good the 5 million dollars would have done for hungry children in 3rd world countries rather than spent instilling hatred and judgement in people. Here’s a thought: Why don’t we let God decide how he feels about gay people when he meets them. Think how liberating that will be. No longer will conservative Christians have to feel so persecuted all the time. They can relax and let God worry about the souls of the gay men and women in this country. Come one I think you can do it. Just let go…and let God.

    • http://paulandsabrinasevstuff.com Paul

      Have you read the Bible?! This is not how God operates. He sends prophets to tell people to stop doing things that God hates. Which God are you talking about?

      • MotherBushIsBack

        All I know is that everything in the Bible is HEARSAY.

    • Truth101

      You can say the same about all the money that is being spent by pro-gay groups too. Let’s keep this real.

    • http://yahoo.com millie

      motherbush,
      We do let God make that judgement. But you liberals don’t seem to think we have the right
      to think for ourselves and that we shouldn’t stand up for our convictions if it doesn’t go along
      with your way of thinking.
      We have a right to decide what we feel we should do as christians and taking a stance as to wheather
      we are for gay marriage or are we for traditional marriage is a choice that we have a right to make
      just like you have that liberty to make that choice. The thing with liberals is you have got to try and
      destroy the conservative if he speaks up with an opinion different than yours. In other words you
      would even want the rooster in the hen yard to sit down and shut if he didn’t agree with you.

      • MotherBushIsBack

        No Millie you do not let God make that judgement. You do it here on earth and you go one step further by passing laws requiring everyone else to follow your judgement – whether they believe the same as you or not. Certainly we need laws when someone else’s actions HURT others. But I have yet to see one solid argument how letting 2 men or 2 women marry each other HURTS anyone else. You make not like it. You may believe that your God doesn’t want that. But you do not have the right to FORCE me to abide by that decision. Your actions are UNCHRISTIAN and UN-AMERICAN. According to your belief system God gave us FREE WILL. If God isn’t happy with my decision to marry someone of the same sex then you should be content to know that God will punish me when I die.

      • Pam

        Millie,
        Good Christians are not letting God handle it. Even though we have separation of church and state, we still have ultra christian leaders trying to legislate the whole nation filled with people of all sorts of religious beliefs with ONE narrow belief set. It’s completely legal to eat beef, but how would you like it if suddenly all our political leaders were Catholic and decided that they would make a national law making it illegal to eat beef on Friday. Would you be content to follow that? Would you support that? No, I don’t think you would be happy with it.
        How about leaders that decided women had to wear fully body veiling? Be okay with that? The list could you on and on…. While it’s not the same thing, you get my drift.


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