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  • **FILE** A Chick-fil-A fast food restaurant in Atlanta is seen here on July 19, 2012. (Associated Press)

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  • Gay marriage supporters, from left, Emmie Hesley, Cathy Dear and Amy Paffenroth hold signs in front of a Chick-fil-A in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., Thursday Aug. 2, 2012, in protest of the chicken eatery's stance on gay marriage. (AP Photo/Northwest Florida Daily News, Nick Tomecek)

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  • Illustration Rahm's Chicken by John Camejo for The Washington Times

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  • Illustration Free Speech Cow by Linas Garsys for The Washington Times

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  • A Chick-fil-A restaurant in Falls Church, Va., is seen Aug. 1, 2012, on "Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day,"an informal nationwide event organized by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee to show support for the corporation, which has faced backlash since company CEO Don Cathy spoke out against gay marriage. (Ryan M.L. Young/The Washington Times)

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  • Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin at Chick-fil-A in the Woodlands, Texas, with her husband Todd Palin. (Facebook)

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  • Illustration Dan Cathy by John Camejo for The Washington Times

    FEULNER: Clucks of disapproval

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  • Illustration Marriage Cow by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

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  • Jim Henson's puppet character Sweetums the ogre shows off the star with other Muppets characters as they are honored on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Kermit, Miss Piggy and Fozzie Bear were also on hand for the honor. (Associated Press)

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  • This Thursday, July 19, 2012 photo shows a Chick-fil-A fast food restaurant in Atlanta. Gay rights advocates were surprised Thursday that the president of the Atlanta-based chain has taken a public position against same-sex marriage. Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy said this week that his privately owned company is "guilty as charged" in support of what he called the biblical definition of the family unit. (AP Photo/Mike Stewart)

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  • "Consumers want to do business with brands that they can interface with, that they can relate with," he told the newspaper. "And it's probably very wise from our standpoint to make sure that we present our brand in a compelling way that the consumer can relate to."

    Chick-fil-A CEO says he 'learned a lot' from gay marriage flap →

  • "Every leader goes through different phases of maturity, growth and development and it helps by (recognizing) the mistakes that you make," Mr. Cathy said. "And you learn from those mistakes. If not, you're just a fool. I'm thankful that I lived through it and I learned a lot from it."

    Chick-fil-A CEO says he 'learned a lot' from gay marriage flap →

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