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Brooklyn sounds off to Chick-fil-A coming to Brooklyn

Would you go to a Chick-fil-A if it came to the borough?

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Brooklyn GOP leader Russell Gallo wants Chick-fil-A to open a franchise in Southern Brooklyn, claiming that residents from Marine Park to Bay Ridge would welcome restaurant chain owner Dan Cathy’s chicken sandwiches — as well as his views on gay marriage.

Cathy sparked a firestorm of controversy last week when he said that his Atlanta-based company opposed same-sex nuptials.

The only Chick-fil-A in the five boroughs can be found on New York University’s campus, but Council Speaker Christine Quinn demanded that the college cut ties with the restaurant based on its alleged discriminatory views.

Yet Mayor Bloomberg defended Cathy, claiming that the company head was merely engaging in free speech.

Would you welcome a Chick-fil-A in Brooklyn? Let us know. Vote in the poll and give us your thoughts in our comments section.

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Would you dine at a Chick-fil-A if one opened in Brooklyn?

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rick seaman from portland oregon says:
gays should open a chic restaurant and selling fried breasts.
Call the place.
Cockadoodledo
Aug. 6, 2012, 4:08 am
FreeSpeech says:
I would welcome them. There chicken sandwiches are great!
Aug. 6, 2012, 11:38 am
Homer from Springfield says:
Mmmmm. Chicken Sandwich.
Sept. 3, 2012, 3:24 pm
Jb from Bushburg says:
The place would do well in Brooklyn they have great heathy options besides fried chicken
Nov. 24, 2014, 6:34 pm

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