17 ‘Right-Wing’ Restaurants That Are Standing Up to the Lunatic Left

Published on June 23, 2014

Kyle Becker cobbled together a list of food providers that have not put on buttsmacker lip balm and kissed the backside of pouty Leftists. Enjoy. Via IJ Review:

When a company doesn’t totally support everything that progressives believe, they risk being called a “right-wing” company – like Salon did with several of these fast-food chains and Think Progress did with many other types of companies.

1. Chik-fil-A

According to Salon, the southern comfort food franchise opposes all sorts of rights because the chain president Dan Cathy is a proponent of traditional “marriage.” He also wants to run his stores according to Biblical principles.

2. Carl’s Jr.

Carl Jr’s founder Carl Karcher is pro-life, or as the left refers to it, against the rights of women. For that, he has come under fire by the inquisition.

3. Domino’s Pizza

Domino’s Pizza is apparently a “right-wing” company because their big cheese Tom Monaghan is also pro-life and against state funding of abortions, or as the left puts it, anti-choice for women.

Not that the left would ever be “anti-choice” about other things. I’ll have mine with extra pepperoni, thanks.

4. White Castle

White Castle is obviously a bunch of white right-wingers for giving $25,000 to the Congressional Leadership Fund super PAC, which has been linked by Salon and other left-leaning pubs to the nefarious Speaker John Boehner. Obviously, they’re not going to let that slide.

5. Waffle House

According to a Think Progress report, Waffle House is guilty of the crime of giving $100,000 to the Karl Rove super PAC American Crossroads.

6. Papa John’s

Papa John’s CEO John Schattner has infuriated the left by building his own company and wanting to run it “his way.” It didn’t help matters when Schattner disagreed with an Obamacare bill sold on lies that only adds to the U.S.’ ruinous job picture.

He’s also rich and *gasp* not a leftist like Hollywood actors or the president.

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