A hopeful Lloyd Marcus writes at American Thinker:
I jump on every opportunity to respectfully challenge my 84-year-old black dad's loyalty to Obama. Dad has been a Christian pastor over 50 years. He lives in Maryland, and I live in Florida. I called Dad to ask if he participated in Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day. He said no, he had not heard about it. Then, he added, "All I know is Chick-fil-A discriminates against gays."
Folks, I was outraged. Struggling to keep my composure, I passionately said, "Dad, that is a lie! You have got to stop getting your news from the mainstream media!"
Marcus then explained to his "dad what the protest and appreciation day were really about. Dad was shocked. He does not support same-sex marriage, and he was pretty grossed out when I told him that in retaliation homosexuals have planned a 'kiss in' at Chick-fil-A restaurants."
The son also informed his dad about the Coalition of African-American Pastors, a group of black ministers who "have organized to protest Obama's support of same-sex marriage. Again, Dad knew nothing about the black pastors' protest."
There's much more to this story, and one hopes conversations such as this are occuring all across America.