Chick-fil-a Cartoons

Ok. I admit; I like political cartoons. Below are some of the better ones — pro & con — surrounding the Chick-fil-a controversy. Let me know which one you like the best.


The above is my favorite one. It reminds me of a Seinfield episode.

I think the above cartoon is just ok.

I think the above cartoon is totally unfair and does not reflect what Dan Cathy said or what the appreciation day was all about.

Don’t hate me, but I think the above cartoon is really funny.

The above is really what the whole controversy was all about.

I just love the chick-fil-a cows.

NOTE: For some reason if some of the cartoons did not post. If you will hit the “question box” you can see the cartoon.


4 thoughts on “Chick-fil-a Cartoons

  1. You are correct in that the second to the last was closest to the truth and yes, they were funny. It’s ok to laugh at ourselves sometimes. I like the last one best, at least for a giggle. 😉

  2. The issue here in not gay marriage nor freedom of speech. It is the fact that Chick-Fil-A has given more than 5 million dollars to “hate” groups who work to deny equality and fair treatment while creating an anti-gay environment. Within the past seven days a lesbian in Nebraska was attacked by three men who carved anti-gay slurs into her body, a gay man in Oklahoma was firebombed and a girl in Kentucky was kicked, beaten and had her jaw broken and teeth knocked out while her assailants hurled anti-gay slurs at her. Eat all the chicken you want however understand that with Chick-Fil-A, the money you spend is going to be used to further the cause of intolerance, hate and institutionalized discrimination against a family member, a relative, a neighbor or a co-worker.

    • David, please educate yourself before posting: :”This past week Chick-fil-A shared with me the 2011 IRS Form 990, filed in November for the WinShape Foundation, along with 2012 financials. The IRS has not released the 990 to the public yet, but the financials affirm Chick-fil-A’s values a year prior to the controversy this past July. The nearly $6 million in outside grant funding focuses on youth, education, marriage enrichment and local communities. The funding reflects Chick-fil-A’s promised commitment not to engage in “political or social debates,” and the most divisive anti-LGBT groups are no longer listed.

      Even as Campus Pride and so many in the community protested Chick-fil-A and its funding of groups like Family Research Council, Eagle Forum and Exodus International, the funding of these groups had already stopped. Dan Cathy and Chick-fil-A could have noted this publicly earlier. Instead, they chose to be patient, to engage in private dialogue, to reach understanding,and to share proof with me when it was official. There was no “caving”; there were no “concessions.” There was, in my view, conscience. “

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