Whosoever Believeth, a 43 year old father, came to the Metairie, LA Chick-fil-A after hearing about the National Kiss-In planned for Chick fil-A franchises across America. He wasn't there to kiss anyone, but to spread the word about what he believes the to-do is all about. "This is not about free speech or freedom of religion," Whosever Believeth said. "This is about Chick-Fil-A giving money to the Family Research Council who actively oppose gay rights." Hundreds packed the Metairie Chick-fil-A on Wednesday's Appreciation Day to show support for the chain, but only two gay couples showed up for Thursday's National Kiss-In. The couples entered the store, kissed and left.