As the LA Times reported late last week, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee was the third politician to jump on the Chick-Fil-A bandwagon and publicly admonish the company for its anti-gay stance. Said the Mayor via Twitter: "Very disappointed #ChickFilA doesn't share San Francisco's values & strong commitment to equality for everyone," followed by "Closest #ChickFilA to San Francisco is 40 miles away & I strongly recommend that they not try to come any closer."
As the Scoop notes, the nearest Chick-fil-A, to which Lee is referring, is in Fairfield, and locations in Walnut Creek, Santa Rosa and San Jose are currently in progress. SFist points out that the idea of a Chick-Fil-A opening in San Francisco is farfetched anyway: "We can't even open a Wendy's in this town much less some get-er-dun, obesity-spreading chicken hawker."
Previously, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino told Chick-fil-A that a potential location in Boston was no longer welcome, but he later backpedaled, conceding that there's nothing he could legally do to stop the company from opening a franchise there. Then, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, issued a statement in support of a local alderman, who warned that he would block a second franchise from opening in his ward, saying "Chick-fil-A values are not Chicago values."