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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Clint McCance supports Chick-fil-A. Duh.

Posted By on Wed, Aug 1, 2012 at 9:22 AM

FRIENDLY GREETERS: Peaceful demonstrators for brotherly love lined the sidewalk outside the Little Rock Chick-fil-A this morning.

SOME NUGGETS WITH THAT? Clint McCance
  • SOME NUGGETS WITH THAT? Clint McCance
Remember Clint McCance, who resigned from the Midland School Board amid a controversy that erupted over virulently homophobic posts on his Facebook page?

A friend received a text message yesterday from the phone number for McCance's carpet cleaning service. The service doesn't wash spots out of a leopard.

Don't forget to go eat at an chik fil a tomorrow. Show your support of a major business that still has Christian values.

Nuggets with McCance and a side of Santorum. Yum.

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