Chick-Fil-A Comes Home To Roost

Tonight the family and I are going to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms hockey game, and since I am so sick of politics at the moment, here’s your feel-good story of the day.

Despite ongoing criticism from activists, fast food chain Chick-fil-A is projected to become the third-largest restaurant chain in the U.S., according to an analysis from Kalinowski Equity Research.

The fast food chicken chain will rise from its seventh-place spot to rank as the third-largest U.S. restaurant chain by 2018’s close.

“We have long pointed out that Chick-fil-A is the restaurant competitor with which McDonald’s … should most concern itself — and by extension, investors should, too,” analyst Mark Kalinowski wrote in his report. “But this goes beyond McDonald’s,” Kalinowski noted.

Kalinowski previously predicted the chain would assume the third-place spot in sales by 2020, but changed his forecast in April to 2019, Business Insider reported.

This shouldn’t be surprising. The Chick-Fil-A location a mile from my home has lines out the door, and the drive-thru is usually at least ten cars long. Leftists can whine all they want, but when people find good food, most don’t care about politics. Chew on that, haters!

4 thoughts on “Chick-Fil-A Comes Home To Roost

  1. And despite lefty haters, most people agree with their corporate philosophy. About ten years back I decided to stop being polite to people that were basically spitting in face because I politely disagreed with them. Punch back twice as hard and give them something to be really pissed off about!! : )

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  2. Personal satisfaction is going to trump politics every time. (see what I did there?) I love Chick-Fil-A. Just wish they still had their cole slaw.


  3. My wife and I used to love Chick-fil-A, then they discontinued the spicy crispy chicken sandwich and that great cole slaw. Now we go elsewhere.


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