Take that, Chick-fil-A [VIDEO]

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Um, of course it was political to get Chick-fil-A kicked off Emory’s campus

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There will soon be no Chick-fil-A on the campus of Emory University and the student newspaper the Emory Wheel is pleased as sweet iced tea ― regardless of how the decision was made.

FACE, or the Food Advisory Committee Emory, said it decided the controversial food chain based in Atlanta would not be back for another year in Cox Hall because, well, students didn't like it. They just weren't eating there that much. The decision has nothing to do with the controversy surrounding the gay-marriage-hating Dan Cathy and his family's Atlanta-based restaurant, nor the boycott organized by Emory students ― that perhaps led to few students eating there, right?