DOTHAN-- People have been talking all week about Chick-Fil-A's very public stance on gay marriage, so we asked people in the Wiregrass what they had to say about it.
Many thanked the fast-food chain for voicing its support for traditional marriage…
"Personally, I think it's kinda cool. I think it's neat that they stand up for something they believe in and they're not just gonna be like a lot of other places for fast food, they're gonna have their values."
While others called for a boycott....
"I think it's totally unfair. I know it's a Christian facility but I don't think they should judge. I don't have to eat at Chick-Fil-A if that's how they wanna be."
Some even say that Chick-Fil-A is merely voicing their freedom of speech.
"For Chick-Fil-A to make a political or politically correct statement concerning their beliefs is their right."
"With all of the chatter over the dispute we decided to visit our local Chick-Fil-A here in Dothan to talk to the operator about what his views were."
"Dan Cathy had released a statement where he was actually talking with a group of Baptists at a convention and I really feel like this was taken completely out of context. Chick-Fil-A does not hate anybody, we're not against any group, we're not against any organization. We are very much involved with our community and we love and appreciate everybody."
Dispute or not, Bradburn says that his restaurant will continue to serve everyone with a smile, regardless of sexual orientation.