Remember last summer when Chick-fil-A garnered national attention because of Chicago's assault on the company as a result of their support for traditional marriage? The hissing from Illinois liberals was so loud that it resulted in a day of record sales for Chick-fil-A.
Around the same time last summer, an 18 year Army veteran received a promotion to the rank of Master Sergeant. The new Master Sergeant was so elated over his promotion that he planned a celebration and sent out invitations to family and friends that read:
“In honor of my promotion and in honor of the Defense of Marriage Act, I’m serving Chick-fil-A sandwiches at my promotion party.”
Not long after, the Master Sergeant received a letter of reprimand about his serving Chick-fil-A sandwiches and honoring the Defense of Marriage Act. The letter was entered into his permanent file, the first only blemish in an outstanding 18 year career in the Army. The Army also launched an official investigation to determine whether or not he had violated any Army policies.
This year when the Master Sergeant received his annual review, he was shocked to see that he was listed being a mediocre soldier who was a non-performer. ...More HERE