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[–] [Deleted] 5 points (+5|-0)

Chick-fil-a thrives despite controversy.

[–] Owlchemy [OP] 3 points (+3|-0)

Yes it does ... good food. There's too much politics in everything nowadays ... let us live in peace.

[–] [Deleted] 3 points (+3|-0)

Cheese and crackers! It is silly restaurants can be considered controversial theses days.

[–] jobes 3 points (+3|-0)

Btw, my brother and I ended up eating In-N-Out for dinner last night in honor of the boycott

[–] leaderofnopack 3 points (+3|-0)

California Democratic Party or any other who want's to boycott In-N-Out, I'm eathing what taste good.

[–] ScorpioGlitch 2 points (+2|-0)

In-N-Out, meanwhile, quickly put out a statement by Executive Vice President Arnie Wensinger that noted that the company “made equal contributions to both Democratic and Republican” political action committees in California in 2018.

Money for me but not for thee.

<sigh>

[–] jobes 2 points (+2|-0)

How could anyone boycott something so delicious?

[–] F6F_Hellcat 1 points (+1|-0)

A liberal boycott? IN-N-Out will have it's best quarter ever coming up.

[–] seanking2919 1 points (+1|-0) Edited

I seriously think boycotting In-N-Out over donating to the GOP is pretty silly and I still will go to In-N-Out whenever I get the chance to. Nevertheless, I do think we should encourage stores and restaurants to back off a little when it comes to politics.

[–] jobes 1 points (+1|-0)

we should encourage stores and restaurants to back off a little when it comes to politics

It's not like In-N-Out was trying to make a statement here. This was some Democrat trying to virtue signal and it totally backfired. The company does promote Christian theology, but I wouldn't call that "political".

I work for a huge very very liberal Fortune 100 company and half of their political donations go to the GOP. If people boycotted us because our PAC supported candidates who want to keep sales tax low across state lines, then I'd laugh pretty hard.