After yesterday's Appreciation Day at Chick-fil-A, where the business made record sales from folks coming to buy a chicken sandwich, I see that the gay community is also planning an Appreciation Day of their own. They're going to go to the restaurant for some same-sex kissing. Good for them.
Really. I'm an affectionate type, and Milady and I have made a game of it. I'll ask her, "Would you kiss me in the Wal-Mart parking lot?"
"Sure", she says, and I get a peck. We've been doing this for years. Harmless fun. Nothing wrong with getting a kiss from your partner, unless you're swapping slobber, and then I get to holler "Get a room!" That's free speech, too.
I probably won't go by Chick-fil-A tomorrow, simply because it's on the other side of town, and I don't normally get over there. The few times I have stopped in, the place has been clean, friendly and the sammiches are yummy. On the other hand, if I'm on that side of town I might make a stop by and ask if they've seen any same-sex kissers. That would be free speech, too.