Deacon Keith Fournier reflects on Chick-fil-A Day:
"The massive crowd reflected a cross section of America.You sensed you were participating in something historic by simply purchasing a chicken sandwich. I do not doubt everyone wanted their chicken sandwich, especially after such a long wait. However, they were there, like me, for a reason much more important. They were making a collective statement of support for the Restaurants' willingness to stand up for marriage and family. They were standing up for free speech and against political correctness. They were applauding with their purchase the courage of the owners of this restaurant..."