After Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy said that he and the company were against same sex marriage, the fast-food restaurant has become the center of a political debate with celebrities and politicians weighing in over the last few days.
And nobody's chicken when it comes to giving their opinions.
On one side of the issue are those who support gay marriage and are protesting Chick-Fil-A.
On the other side, are people showing their appreciation to the company for practicing their first amendment rights.
Good Day NY let a panel cluck in: political analyst Basil Smikle, Media Coach T.J. Walker, who has worked with politicians and CEOs on handling situations like these and Todd Starnes, Fox News radio host.
"The same way people are rallying against WalMart is what they're going to do to Chick-fil-A," said Smikle.
"This is the United States of America. If you want to open a restaurant and you support gay marriage, that's great. If you want to open a restaurant and don't support gay-marriage, great," said Fox News radio host Todd Starnes.