The Chick-Fil-A "controversy" has brought politics into arenas where it never should be. Government shouldn't be able to demonize a business just because of the owner's religious beliefs (it's been done before), and customers shouldn't have to weigh religious beliefs and freedom of speech with tasty chicken.
In another example of political correctness run amok, The Berenstain Bears now want you to know that they don't agree with Chick-Fil-A's support of traditional marriage:
Our publisher, HarperCollins, is marketing several of their Berenstain Bears titles through a kids' meal promotion at Chick-Fil-A scheduled for August. This program was in development for over a year. We were unaware of any controversy involving Chick-Fil-A until July 25.
The Berenstain family does not at this time have control over whether this program proceedds or not. We hope those concerned about this issue will direct their comments toward HarperCollins and Chick-Fil-A.
The Berenstain Family