SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - These days, you can't have a political debate without checking out YouTube or Twitter or Facebook.
So, we did.
On YouTube, we found someone named Randy Rainbow pretending to be a Chick-fil-A employee.
In this video, Randy exchanges non-pleasantries with the likes of Sarah Palin and Rick Santorum.
There's also a video from the website "Funny or die."
In it, John Goodman is cast as Colonel Sanders.
The Goodman/Sanders character says,
"Why I reckon I am a bit more progressive than my pals at Chick-fil-A. Yup. Let it be known that Colonel Sanders loves the gays!"
Now, on the website Someecards, we found a couple of electronic greeting cards dealing with this topic.
"Let's hope the biggest issue of the 2012 presidential election isn't chicken sandwiches."
"Deciding what to eat for lunch was already hard enough without worrying about my sandwich being homophobic."
Finally, also going viral is another YouTube video.
In it, a Tucson man vents at a Chick-fil-A employee.
The man tells the female employee at the drive-thru window that Chick-fil-A is a, “hateful corporation.”
Reportedly, the man was fired from his job after his boss saw the video.
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