Chick-Fil-A CEO Dan Cathy is at it again, apparently. The man who loved his wife so much that he dedicated his entire chicken sandwich empire to protecting the sanctity of his marriage went back to Twitter yesterday to remind everyone that yesterday's U.S. Supreme court rulings will be the downfall of a once-great nation.


Yesterday morning, Cathy tweeted, "Sad day for our nation; founding fathers would be ashamed of our gen. to abandon wisdom of the ages re: cornerstone of strong societies."

Someone with a better filter quickly deleted the tweet, but not before it got picked up by CNN Money and Towleroad. Naturally, Chick-Fil-A was ready to go with a canned comment:

He realized his views didn't necessarily represent the views of all customers, restaurant owners and employees and didn't want to distract them from providing a great restaurant experience.

The last time Cathy expressed an opinion that many found distasteful we ended up with protests, counter-protests and eventually mile-long lines to buy chicken sandwiches that are really just OK, if we're being honest about them. Maybe this time we can just ignore him.

In other news, Chick-Fil-A also had something to celebrate in California this week. On Tuesday, they held a grand opening in L.A.