Before discussing the Chick-Fil-A controversy, pastor and radio host Kevin Swanson of Generations with Vision longed for a time when being gay “brought the death penalty.”

“A Christian perspective ultimately brought the death penalty upon homosexuality between roughly 350 AD and roughly 1850 or so, for about 1,500 years that form of life had pretty much been eliminated except here and there, it was in the closet, but it was almost unheard of for over 1,000 years, until recently. Of course, now you have a massive, massive increase in this kind of thing,” he said.

Swanson went on to discuss the controversy surrounding Chick-Fil-A President Dan Cathy, who conceded that his company supports groups opposed to gay rights, including the Family Research Council (FRC), which believes being gay should be a criminal offense, and Exodus International, which has previously supported “ex-gay” therapy and currently says that gay folks should live celibate lives inside of straight marriages.

(Related: Exodus loses 11 ministries after renouncing “ex-gay” therapy.)

Swanson hit at The Henson Company, the creators of the Muppets, for ending a business relationship with the fast-food chain over the controversy.

“Chick-Fil-A had an association with the Muppets, a Happy Meals kind of thing,” co-host Dave Buehner said. “But Kermit the Frog doesn't want to be there anymore, turns out that Kermit is not that interested in Miss Piggy, maybe he's interested in another frog.”

“Maybe Dan Cathy should consider doing a frog filet for one of the sandwiches,” Swanson said. “A frog filet, by commemoration of Kermit the Frog pulling out of his support for Chick-Fil-A. You know that Sesame Street and the Muppets are going to take the sodomy route. I don't know, do they support NAMBLA? I'm not sure, we should ask, we should ask if the Muppets support NAMBLA.”

“I don't think the frog filet will sell,” Buehner added. “I think Miss Piggy on a bun, that's a better bet, the winner.”

Swanson agreed: “Miss Piggy on a bun, that sounds good, a fried pig on a bun.”