Maybe people can’t take on a federal judge or fight a presidential executive order, but they can buy chicken. Maybe there’s nothing they can do when the news media attack can brutalize them, but they can buy chicken. Maybe their work hours and family demands prevent them from participating in a heterosexual “kissing,” but they can buy chicken. Maybe people feel otherwise helpless to do anything, but they can buy chicken.
Homosexual rights groups, and especially the politicians who support them, should take note. On August 1, there was an overwhelming turnout of people determined to make a statement about traditional values and their right to support them.
That can happen on any given election day, too.