As long as businesses are able to donate infinite amounts of money to political causes under Citizens United, I want businesses to start making stands for particular views, because I want to know where my money is going to end up. I'm glad Chick-fil-a is proudly telling the world they donate to hate groups like Focus on the Family and Exodus International because I now know to never set foot in one of their stores. If they kept their contributions quiet and under wraps, and the public didn't know about it, I'd probably eat at Chick-fil-a every now and then and have no idea that my money is going to groups that exist solely to deny a minority equal rights in this country. And as an Atheist, I'm on Focus on the Family's shit list too. That's not where I want my money going, so I thank Chick-fil-a for taking a stand and making their support known. And Chick-fil-a's contributions go beyond fighting against equal rights in the U.S. They have donated to organizations that supported Uganda's so-called "kill the gays" bill that would make it a crime punishable by death to be gay in Uganda. It's hard to not judge people who go to Chick-fil-a as supporters of genocide, when the company doesn't even try to hide those kinds of donations.