Saturday, August 4, 2012

Hollywood Homosexual Takes Credit for 'Tastes Like Hate' Vandalism in Torrance, California

As I've mentioned previously, these are homosexual criminal values.

At the Los Angeles Times, "Chick-fil-A vandalism investigated by police in Torrance":

Chick-fil-A Kissing Day
Huge crowds turned out Wednesday in a show of support for company President Dan Cathy, who ignited a national debate by publicly expressing his opposition to same-sex marriage. Critics have also said the company supports causes harmful to gays and lesbians.

Denise Spencer, who visited the Torrance restaurant Friday, said that she was sad to see the vandalism and that it hurt the message of tolerance that gay marriage proponents are pushing.

"The president of the company has the right to say what he feels, just like gays and lesbians do, but when you destroy someone's property ... it only creates negativity," Spencer said.

A gay artist took responsibility for the graffiti in an interview with the Huffington Post on Friday. "Everybody is entitled to free speech, but it seems like for the gay tribe, this is more of an issue of equal rights -- human rights," Manny Castro told the site. "I'm against what these people stand for, what this company stands for. They're trying to take away what little rights we already have."
Also at CNS News, "'Gaga Christ' Artist Claims Credit For Chick-fil-A 'Tastes Like Hate' Vandalism."

PREVIOUSLY: "'Tastes Like Hate' — Classy Homosexuals Vandalize Chick-fil-A for National 'Kiss In' Day."

RELATED: "'Tolerant' Homosexuals Graffiti 'Don't Hate' at Chick-fil-A in Des Peres, Missouri."