It seems Monday has become Chick-fil-A news day. Sarah Palin has decided to weigh in on the Chick-fil-A “Guilty as charged” debate. She posted a tweet and Facebook photo showing her support for what she called “a great business.”
She popped the following message up on Twitter and Facebook:
Stopped by Chick-fil-A in The Woodlands to support a great business. http://t.co/sFGXVBrq
Palin also posted a photo to her Facebook page, giving a thumbs up as she and her husband hold Chick-fil-A bags.
The now highly politicized controversy began when Chick-fil-A COO and President Dan Cathy recently answered a question about his franchise’s “support of the traditional family.”
“Well, guilty as charged,” Cathy said.
Everyone one from Senators, late night TV show hosts, mayors and representatives from large metropolitan areas, to the usual sprawling arguments on Facebook and Twitter have felt the need to join the fray on one side or another.