I don't eat much fast food these days, but Chick-fil-A has long been one of the best options in that category. Also, a friend who works there has some special needs and they've been good to him and good for him, and, also, DeanDome food, so I've been a happy occasional customer, even if that ad campaign with the cows makes me want to go Elvis on my teevee.
The personal beliefs of the CEO are inconsequential to me, but reports of donations by the corporation to anti-gay groups give me pause -- I don't want to make even small contributions to that funding stream.
This, though, is not the way to protest. "Perhaps Rahm Emanuel is motivated by beneficent ends, or maybe he’s motivated by political considerations and a love of his own power, but either way, abusing his power to punish views he dislikes is at least as offensive as — and definitely more dangerous than — the targeted views themselves."