This is what I got out of it:
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/endorse" ABC111 contacted Chick-fil-A. A corporate spokesperson said the company...Do(es) not endorse the group's political agenda."
http://www.chick-fil-a.com/?#feedbackendorse, indorse [ɪnˈdɔːs]
1. to give approval or sanction
Here is my inquiry to them:
Maybe this could get moved to hot topics?As a customer of your restaurants, as well as having a close relative who works for you, I am concerned about some statements in the above referenced article. Since you are a religious based company, I am surprised at the stance you have taken. Self defense is referenced several times in the Bible, and not just in the home. For instance, Nehemiah 4:18 tells us that workers building a wall wore their swords (handguns in modern times) in their belts while they worked. And of course Jesus admonished his disciples to sell their cloaks and purchase swords (presumably a 'short sword,' today's handgun, for self defense in their travels). Can you please advise what, if any, is your corporate stance on citizens lawfully carrying firearms in your restaurants or elsewhere. Further, please explain, if reported accurately in the above referenced article, why you do not "endorse" (approve of) the Second Amendment to the US Constitution, which is the highest law in this land, recently upheld by the US Supreme Court in two landmark decisions, Heller v District of Columbia and McDonald v Chicago. If your official stance is as reported, I will be disappointed but respect your decision. You should be aware that this issue is being discussed on various well populated internet gun forums, and your response, or lack thereof, will be posted for all to read and act on as each member sees fit as it pertains to continued patronage of your various franchise operations. Thank you for your time on this matter.