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Should Chick-fil-A be open on Sundays?


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LCarol LCarol: November 5, 2017 8:38 a.m.

It is any business right not to be opened on Sundays or any other day for that matter.

The owners of businesses just as employees have a right to have time off usually two days a week for family time and worshipping time in a church of there choice since Sunday is usually the day for such.

Some folks seem to think they are owed a living and that businesses or anyone else have to give them that living.

Want chicken on Sunday and don't want to cook on Sunday then get of your bum and prepare it on Saturday or go to ChickFilA on Saturday and buy what you need for your Sunday meal.

No one owes you anything in life and anyone that owns a business of any kind owns it, not you. For if any business allows others to control them they will not be in business for long.


r2d20: November 6, 2017 7:04 a.m.

What happened to "The customer is always right"? Does that mean nothing to businesses any more?


HvyWrecker: November 6, 2017 10:54 p.m.

ChikFilA chooses to be closed on Sundays, for religious purposes vs. Profits! More power to them!


dtree: November 7, 2017 2:38 p.m.

Any business should have the right to choose the times and days they are open. This is what is wrong with our society today, everyone thinks they should be catered to. What happened to good old Sunday family dinners after church? Just maybe this is what ChickFilA is trying to keep alive! Why should society even have a vote if this is their religious beliefs. Apparently what they are doing works because the moral of their employees is outstanding, the people there are the most friendly of any business in Hinesville.


johnsonmary57: November 9, 2017 6:46 a.m.

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ggevans: November 10, 2017 3:14 p.m.

Businesses has right to be close or open whenever they want to. If a person doesn't like, go somewhere else and eat. It's many other places to eat in town. Get a life


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