Are you a Kentucky Fried Cheapskate? You are if you’re all upset because your free Oprah coupon for the new “Kentucky GRILLED Chicken” special was refused or rain checked.
Is a free meal really that important that you’d close down traffic and hold a sit-in protest?
Where was your activism against the illegal invasion of Iraq and the subsequent state-sponsored torture? Were you clipping Papa John’s coupons and redeeming the free small fries you won playing McDonald’s Monopoly?
I’ve never seen such bad behavior in good people who claim to be righteously upset over a chicken coupon.
Does any nation of mature people need a rain check for anything grilled?
I’ve seen people on TV “demanding their rights” for the KFC dinner and how their “trust has been violated” and how they’ll “never believe another the Colonel Sanders says” and how they’re going to protest and fight for their chicken dinner.
Have we become a nation of Crybabies?
I haven’t eaten chicken — or any meat — for the last decade or so, and I vow here and now to continue to never eat another bite of any chicken unless and until Americans grow up and take responsibility for the real liabilities in their lives instead of jousting with these cutout cartoon dragons and hand drawn paper straw men they live so hard to pretend to slay every day to protect their herb-infused grilled fantasies from our deep-friend reality.