Chick-fil-A's been having a rough time in the PR department these days, but it looks like the noted anti-gay marriage fast food chain has at least one outspoken fan: yesterday, noted freedom fighter Sarah Palin one-upped Rick Santorum and posted a photo of herself and husband Todd grabbing take out at a Chick-fil-A in Texas, captioning it, "Stopped by Chick-fil-A in The Woodlands to support a great business."

Palin was in the Lone Star state plugging U.S. Senate candidate Ted Cruz at a tea party rally north of Houston, and after celebrating Cruz supporters as those "who cling to our guns, God and Constitution," she noted she had a hankering for some Chick-fil-A, telling an aide, "You're going to have to take me on our way back to the airport later…Love me one Chick-fil-A." And judging by that thumbs up sign she's flashing at the camera, the trip was a rip-roaring right-wing success!

Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy's very public anti-gay marriage stance and financial support of anti-gay marriage groups has been a pretty hot topic of late, with officials in Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia and San Francisco looking to keep the company from swarming their city limits. But New York fans of Chick-n-Strips and gay-hating, have no fear, because Bloomberg says banning the company from the city would be a "bad idea".