Is there a restaurant that you’d love to go to, but you don’t like the kind of food it sells? No? Well of course not, because if you don’t like the kind of food it sells, you just go somewhere else. You don’t go to Chick-fil-A if you don’t want to eat chicken, just like you don’t eat at a Chinese food place if you want tacos and you don’t eat Mexican if you have a hankering for sushi.
That isn’t stopping one group of brain-dead morons from trying to force In-N-Out Burger to offer “meat free” options on its menu.
Irvine-based In-N-Out Burger is the target of a petition that demands the fast-food burger institution add a meat-free meal to its menu.
Launched last week on change.org, the petition by Washington D.C.-based Good Food Institute said the burger chain has been “letting its fans down by failing to serve anything that would satisfy a burger-loving customer who wants a healthy, humane, and sustainable option.”
Good Food Institute is a fledgling nonprofit that supports the use of healthier and sustainable food supplies. It specifically supports a food supply that shifts away from animal agriculture.
Allow me to translate that for you. Good Food Institute is a fledgling nonprofit made up of whiny vegan sad sacks who can’t comprehend how anyone would prefer meaty awesomeness to their preferred diet of stuff meant for meat to consume.
Many vegans and vegetarians wonder why there’s such intolerance towards their preferred eating habits, and this is why.
This is In-N-Out BURGER! The word “burger” is in its name for crying out loud, so why is it so important that vegans push the restaurant to serve something without a freaking burger in it? WHY?
The petition claims “fans” are bothered by how they can’t get meatless meals, but I’m going to call BS on it. Fans of In-N-Out Burger are well aware that the chain sells BURGERS, which implies meat. People seeking a meatless meal are highly unlikely to go to a BURGER place when they want a non-burger.
No, the reality is that vegan crybullies can’t cope with the fact that the world won’t bend over and kiss their butts.
Vegans, you want power? Build your numbers high enough so that places will seek you out as customers or face oblivion. That is how you build market power, not with whiny petitions filled with signatures from people who have never darkened the doorway of an In-N-Out BURGER franchise in their lives.