At what point, especially after announcing that you're going to END anti-gay donations and require equal treatment, do you think it's okay to start going against your word?
If you've answered 'just a few days,' then you're probably Chick-Fil-A.
Even though the company said it would stop donating to antigay groups, it still held a fundraiser for one this week anyway.
How are the doing it? There might be a loophole in the promise — not donating DIRECTLY.
The fundraiser was for an organization that helps lobby against marriage equality, with registration forms for the event asking that checks be sent not to the WinShape Foundation that Chick-fil-A owns and runs, but directly to the Marriage and Family Foundation.
The Chick-fil-A logo accompanies everything online (even right beside sponsorship packages!), and so does the WinShape name!
This isn't some new organization, either: WinShape had given them more than $1 million in 2010 alone.
Sounds pretty shady to us!
Equality is something to take very seriously — we will NOT be tricked!
Do U think there's something wrong with this??
[Image via AP Images.]
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