Anti-gay Chick-fil-A spoofed in hilarious Funny or Die video

John Goodman stars as a very gay-friendly, and possibly gay Col. Sanders from KFC

Anti-gay Chick-fil-A spoofed in hilarious Funny or Die video
01 August 2012

The Chick-fil-A chain has been at the center of a heated debate ever since its top executive went on the record to say he was against gay marriage.

Gay marriage opponents like Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee and Sarah Palin have rallied to the Atlanta-based chain’s defense who marriage equality advocates have spoken out, tweeted and protested.

Some politicians have even gone so far as saying the chain’s restaurants are no longer welcome in their state.

But one thing that hasn’t surface until today (1 August) is humor.

The folks over at Funny or Die have enlisted actor John Goodman, best known for his role on the sitcom Roseanne, to step into the shoes of KFC icon Col. Sanders.

Who knew the white-beared chicken loving man was so gay friendly – and possibly gay himself?

He even advocates male table dancing at his restaurants.

Top that Chick-fil-A!

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