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'Duck Dynasty' star's NASCAR prayer enrages liberals

So NASCAR shouldn’t be “clouding its image with politics”? Wonder if these  sports writers that are so upset had anything to say when Bob Costas pushed for gun control on Sunday Night Football? Or were they concerned when the NBA partnered with Everytown for Gun Safety to produce a video urging an end to gun violence? Or were they concerned when ESPN pushed a pro-gay agenda? I highly doubt it.
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From Todd Starnes at Fox News: My good buddy Phil Robertson has drawn the ire of a bunch of Jesus-bashing, liberal lug nuts after he petitioned the Lord during a NASCAR invocation to put a “Jesus-Man in the White House.”
Brother Phil delivered the pre-race invocation on April 9th at the Texas Motor Speedway’s Duck Commander 500. And it was a mighty fine invocation, indeed.
“I pray Father that we put a Jesus-Man in the White House,” he prayed. “Help us do that and help us all to repent, to do what is right, to love you more and to love each other. In the name of Jesus I pray, amen.”
Brother Phil also mentioned the Bible, guns and thanked the Good Lord for the United States military – just like any good church-going, Christian man would do.
But the Duck Commander’s heartfelt invocation caused the Mainstream Media to blow a collective head gasket. Sports commentators and journalists suggested pre-race prayers were too “Southern” and too “redneck.” As if there’s something wrong with being a Southern-fried redneck? Deadspin called Brother Phil an “unapologetic bigot” and a “duck call industrialist.”
The Associated Press auto racing writer accused Brother Phil of pushing an agenda – and accused NASCAR of “clouding its image with politics.” “There are Democrats who enjoy NASCAR,” writer Jenna Fryer sneered. “Jews and atheists and women, too.”
Consider the words from this Orlando Sentinel column titled, “NASCAR doesn’t need Phil Robertson’s prayers.” “What if at next Sunday’s race, someone got up and prayed for gun control, the Koran and that a Muhammad-woman be put in the White House?” writer David Whitley opined. “Most of the people defending Robertson would be throwing tire irons at their TVs.”
Well, I sincerely doubt a devout Muslim would be asking Allah to put a “Muhammad-woman” anywhere near the White House. And let’s be honest, you don’t see too many burkas at Bristol.
“Beyond the Flag” ran an essay written by Christopher Olmstead that contemplated whether or not religion still belongs in NASCAR. “For a sport that is trying to become a global success is it appropriate to attach a certain religion or religious tone to yourself? For a sport that might have several drivers who might not believe in God or religion is it appropriate to hold the pre-race invocation? For a sport that is trying to reach out to different cultures around the world who may believe in a higher power other than God, is it appropriate to have the invocation?”
It’s tempting to tell Brother Phil’s critics to blow it out their tail pipes – but that’s not the Christian thing to do. And besides – Brother Phil has more supporters than detractors – including the president of Texas Motor Speedway.

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“He said what he felt and believed there are a lot of people that agree with him and a lot that disagree with him,” Eddie Gossage told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “Nowadays, you cannot say what you think because of political correctness. So I guess everyone has a right to free speech or nobody does.”
Prayer is an important part of Southern culture. It’s what we do. It’s who we are — whether we’re asking the Good Lord to bless the butter beans or offering an “unspoken” prayer request before Bible Study. And that’s why the Mainstream Media may be in for a rude awakening if they think they can “prayer-shame” the good, church-going racing fans of America. It’s not going to happen. Why, NASCAR without Jesus would be like biscuits without gravy.
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Sobering message from founder of Tea Party movement

Karl Denninger is a plain-talking stock market analyst, technology businessman, finance blogger, and political activist, sometimes referred to as a founding member of the Tea Party movement.
Denninger was the founder and CEO of MCSNet (Macro Computer Solutions) in Chicago, which became one of the area’s first commercial internet service providers, leading the Chicago Sun-Times to call him one of “the movers and shakers who brought Chicago into the Internet Age.” In 1998, Denninger sold MCSNet to Winstar Communications for an undisclosed amount of cash and stock, and moved to Florida where he began to devote more time to stock trading and political activism.
Denninger was one of the early members of the Tea Party movement, sometimes referred to as a founder. On January 20, 2009, the day of Obama’s first inauguration, he published a blog post calling on readers to mail tea bags to the White House and Congress on February 1. However, Denninger later expressed concern with the Tea Party movement, stating in an October 20, 2010 blog post that Republicans had hijacked the movement and perverted its original goals to the standard Republican concerns of “guns, gays and God”.
Here’s his sobering message to America on his The Market Ticker site. It’s well worth your read.
~Eowyn

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As You Hang Out This Holiday Season

by Karl Denninger
December 26, 2013
Roll this around in your cranium….
We run into a lot of people over our years.  We start being born into something called a “family”, and we don’t get to choose ’em.  There’s always two, and one’s male and one’s female.  Oh sure, there are pairs of people and even single people who try to claim otherwise, but God (or Darwin) is a bastard and he made it how he made it — there’s always one of each.  Sometimes one of them is worthless, sometimes they both are, but you can’t change how it is.
If we’re lucky we have at least one of those two role models between male and female that is worth a **** and competent to run their own life.  Oh sure, they’re not going to be perfect — nobody is.  Maybe they’re messy, or maybe their life is just a bit ****ed up, but with some luck one of the two has their cranium screwed on straight enough that they can provide a place to ****, shower, sleep and grub — the basics.  If we’re really blessed then we have two people in that category, but despite what you see on TV that almost never happens.  The number of families out there with at least one adult member who is a few cans short of a six-pack is huge.  Maybe that’s why God (or Darwin, if you prefer) made things the way they are — it enhances the odds that there’s at least one guiding light, even if it flickers somewhat.
If we’re not lucky then we have two dysfunctional people.  There’s two forms of that as well.  One is unintentional and, while this usually results in*****ed-off kids, rebellious or whatever, it’s not really their fault.  It’s just their own limitations. You can’t blame people for being unprepared, for listening to screwball “advice” that is utter and complete crap or worse, is malicious and grounded in protecting their own turf instead of those in their charge.  After all, lots of folks are seduced by people with fancy letters after their name.  You might be one of those who has been — or is today — being seduced in that fashion.
The intentionally-dysfunctional jackass is another matter.  Those folks deserve what they get, and if there is a God, they’ll get it eventually. Those are the drunks, the serial philanders, the abusers, the molesters, the abandoners and the thieves, among others. In short, they’re the ones without a conscience, who take on a responsibility that is not just beyond them, but one they won’t even try to fulfill because they’re too narcissistic — or evil — to give a damn about anyone else. Some of them eventually come around, and those who do are entitled to claim redemption, but most simply make excuses throughout their lives, moving from one scheme to the next to try to stay ahead of living under a bridge.
The role of parents is to start with a child that is utterly dependent upon you for their very existence and to transition to a relationship of respect and mutual admiration before adulthood.  Sometimes you succeed, and sometimes you don’t.  Sometimes it’s your fault, and sometimes it’s not.  There’s another human being involved — the kid — who has his or her own choices to make too.  And, at some point, they have to live with the consequences.  It would be nice if all the people we grew up around and with were good, decent people, but a huge percentage of them are not.  There are the same proportion of jackasses among kids as there are among adults — there are those who are competent and reasonable, those who are incompetent but not by intent, and then there are those who are intentionally malicious.
We then all go into the world and in that wild world out there we discover that heh, it works the same way when we’re on our own.  Hopefully we figure it out before we get scammed too many times, or we wind up doing something really, really stupid that destroys us.
Why do I write this — a real “downer” — on the day after Christmas?
It’s simple — we are witness to the end of an extraordinary time in America and, indeed, among much of the developed world.
See, the hedonism and jackass behaviors that used to lead to you being tossed out in the snow a few hundred years ago — where you would surely die unless you were a member of a privileged class such as a baron or duchess — have over the last 30+ years become a means to get ahead.  It’s been codified as “ok” to screw your neighbor, so long as you got yours. We have lived in a terrible time, really, that looks all nice and pretty but is anything but.
Witness the poverty pimp Jesse Jackson who is now demanding a meeting with A&E — and Cracker Barrel — over the Duck Dynasty fiasco.  This is the man who’s son was just sentenced to prison for bilking people.  He didn’t get busted for tooting up cocaine or some other “victimless” crime — he got busted for stealing money — specifically, $750,000 of funds that were given to him to run for office.
It’s even better — Jesse Jr. claims to be Bipolar.  What are we doing with mentally-ill people in political office passing laws?  I have no quarrel with someone who’s mentally incapacitated — but if you are, you’ve got no business telling anyone else what to do — period.
It would be one thing if it was just Jesse’s offspring — after all, as I noted above, there’s a kid involved in all of these deals and sometimes they suck.  That’s just how it is.  But no, in this case it’s Jesse too.  Remember, this is a Baptist Minister who proclaims the Bible — but can’t keep his dick in his pants where it belongs, and has an illegitimate daughter.  I seem to remember something about that in both Leviticus and Romans, among other places in The Book.
Jackson has done more to harm black people than anyone I know in recent history, along with Sharpton and others of his ilk. He doesn’t preach redemption, inclusion, hard work and integrity.  To the contrary — his message is one of shakedowns and threats.  He epitomizes and exemplifies everything that’s wrong with America today and has been for the last 30 years — he’s an ambulance chaser, a pimp and a thug all rolled into one, using his race as a weapon.
Thinking men and women of all races should have long ago told him to go **** himself with a rusty chainsaw as his acts and message have been behind the very destruction of hope and advancement that those people who share his skin color should be achieving — not through beinggiven something but rather through hard work and personal integrity.
And that brings us to his screaming yesterday, you see, because he claims that there’s something wrong with Phil talking about how Phil never saw racism in the deep south in his youth.
Well, you know what?  I grew up around black people in my earlier years and I never saw it either.  But I didn’t live in the south.  Phil did.  What’s wrong with a man’s experience, eh?  Do I believe that there was, and is, plenty of racism in the world today — and was then?  You bet.  I have met plenty of people who are hard-core racists, and they’re *******s — all of them.  That includes plenty of black people, by the way.  I have no time for that crap in my life.  My #1 at MCSNet was a black man, Marcus, who’s job it was to keep **** together when I was out of the office.  He was ex-military and the best person I could hire for the job.  Did I care what color his skin was?  Hell no.  My head of sales, Marvin, was also black.  He could sell ice cubes to Eskimos in the dead of an Alaskan winter, and I’ll be damned if I knew how he did it — I couldn’t do it.  That’s why I hired him.  Then there was my customer service manager — Liz — who came up from literal zero in the company answering phones. You know why she got the job, the responsibility and the office? Because she was a hard worker, competent, willing to learn the business and what was required of her and trustworthy.
There were plenty of white people who worked for me too in every color under the sun.  There’s a lot of us out here who just don’t give a damn what color someone’s skin is — we look at who people are and whether they look to their own values, principles and acts rather than their skin color to define who they are.
Phil seems to be that sort of guy.  His family seems to be that sort of family.  And I see utterly nothing to suggest that his experience is not authentic.  Indeed, everything I see about Phil, and the Duck Dynasty people, oozes authenticity.  You may not like him, but that’s a different matter entirely.  You know what you’re getting, A&E knew what they were getting, Cracker Barrel knew what it was getting and both they and their customers want it and like it.
Now is Phil and his family perfect?  Hell no – – and he admits it.
I’m not perfect either.
So what?
If you want perfection then you’re claiming to be (or want to be) God, and I charge you’re a narcissist.  You’re never going to achieve that and you’re always going to be miserable.  It’s never going to be good enough.  You will eventually be driven to scam or bully someone because youcan’t get what you want any other way.
And that, my friends, defines you as an *******.  Your name might even be Jesse Jackson.
Now here’s the point of this missive, and I go back to what I said before — we’ve lived in an extraordinary time these last 30 years.  We’ve lived in a time when we could borrow from tomorrow to have what we won’t work for today.  We’ve lived in a time when screaming racist to shake people down and issue “demands” becomes a currency and a way of making a living.  We’ve allowed ourselves, and those who we elect to represent us, to make promises that can’t be kept.  We knew this at the time, most of us, even if only at a gut level rather than taking the time to figure out the math, but we knew.
We did it anyway.
We robbed our children.
We robbed those not yet born.
We robbed everyone, so we could “get ours.”
And we’re still doing it.
As the robbery expanded it got both deeper and broader, until today we have a medical system that has turned into Brosurance and Hosurance, complete with the campaigns of lies promulgated by effeminate “boys” in pajamas.
Can you smell the desperation in the air?  The campaign slogans, the ads with metrosexual boys in onesies that were once reserved for infants holding a cup of hot chocolate?
That’s not John Wayne in those images, and with good reason.  John Wayne was a man.  He stood for independence, for testosterone, for ability, for raw force of will.  He stood for what we did and how we did it when we put a man on the Moon.  We had no idea how to accomplish it, we just decided to go and then figured it out.  Dozens of men sat on top of bombs, on purpose, figuring it out.  Three men died sitting in one of those bombs while practicing procedures due to a ****up because we didn’t really know how to do everything we were trying to do and an entire crew almost died trying to get to the Moon in space when their service module exploded due to an assembly fault.
All that’s faded off from the American scene.  What we have in its place in corporate America is a company running a facially-bogus demonstration of “drone delivery” of packages and its stock is selling at 1,000 times earnings — a firm that has announced it has no intention of earning money in the foreseeable future.  We have another that thinks that spamming your cellphone and desktop computer with ads when you want to talk about your best friend’s cat is a good way to make money.  We have a third that thinks they can turn 140-character short messages into a cash machine.  There are dozens more just like those, just like the “companies” in 1999, and just like houses that never go down in price so you can use them to buy that big SUV, that cruise and all that slave-labor produced Chinese crap.
Behind all of it is J. Wellington Wimpy, who is forevermore eating a hamburger today that he’ll pay for Tuesday.
But he never does pay, does he?
Arithmetic says that this time — this extraordinary time — is coming to a close, ladies and gentlemen.  Not because we want it to, as the scam, the fraud, the shakedown and the pimping are both faster and easier than honest work, but because the arithmetic of exponents say it can’t continue forever — and thus it won’t.
So here’s what I leave you with today to think about:

  • Who do you associate with, and who do you shun?  Which of those you associate with are people who you are very sure will stand shoulder-to-shoulder with you when things get bad? If they can’t keep their dick in their pants, why do you think they won’t shoot you and eat you if they’re hungry?  How sure are you?  If you’re wrong, you’re dead.  How’s that going to serve those who depend on you and those who you love?
  • How do you behave?  Leave aside the distant past.  If you’re perfect and have never sinned in that regard, you need to go apply to see if you’re really Jesus.  You know damn well you have, and that you’re not perfect.  The real question is how have you been doing in therecent past, and how are you doing today?  Have you learned something in your life?  Are you happy with who you are, how you comport yourself, how you live?  If you’re not, are you — right now — doing something about it?  Be honest — because there’s nobody grading this test but you.
  • What are you doing right now to cut the dependence cord?  Are you running some sort of scheme?  Do you depend on the government, or someone else’s largesse?  Are you up to your eyeballs in debt?  What happens if the means to service that disappears?  Are you one of the people who believes in the poverty pimp game — or even one of the beneficiaries of it?  For how long have you been able, but unwilling, to do anything about your dependence?  Months? Years?  Decades?  Guess what — it’s going to go away, and not voluntarily either. When are you going to face the fact that it is precisely what you demand and in fact vote for, in the main as a people, that you get and when you demand an impossibility what you are going to get, inevitably, is pain.

You can choose to be a hermit if you want, and maybe among your associates that’s your best option.
Or maybe you need better associates.
But I’ll tell you this, and I’m pretty sure of it: You better figure all of this out, and soon.

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Inspirational Moment With The Duck Commander

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Thank you Maui Jim for posting this today. I liked it so much I put it up for FOTM to enjoy! 

Pastor Greg Laurie interviews Duck Commander Phil Robertson


Would some nice duck l’orange taste great right now? 😀

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‘Duck Dynasty’ Fallout: GLAAD Reeling From Biggest Backlash in Years

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Yahoo: In the fallout over Wednesday’s suspension of “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson by A&E for anti-gay and racist remarks his personal beliefs and opinions, GLAAD is experiencing record levels of backlash.

“In the five-and-a-half years I’ve worked at GLAAD, I’ve never received so many violently angry phone calls and social media posts attacking GLAAD for us speaking out against these comments,” the media watchdog organization’s vice president of communications Rich Ferraro told TheWrap.

He said those reactions range from those who simply believe as Robertson believes to those who feel that GLAAD and A&E’s actions limit the reality star’s free speech.
“I don’t think this is about the first amendment,” Ferraro said. “I feel it’s more about the America we live in today. That is one where Americans, gay and straight, are able to speak out when people in the public eye make anti-gay and racist remarks statements we don’t agree with.”

Robertson’s supporters have started petitions, called for boycotts and include Sarah Palin, Sean Hannity and Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal. Currently, more than 70,000 people have signed the online petition asking A&E to drop the suspension.

“It just means we still have a lot of work to do,” Ferraro said.
GLAAD spoke with A&E representatives on Wednesday morning to discuss why people would be offended by the comments and calls to action. ”They took this very seriously, as soon as the news broke,” Ferraro said.
After the meeting, GLAAD issued its statement on Robertson’s comments. A&E initially released a statement from Robertson in which he said he would “never treat anyone with disrespect just because they are different from me.” But the network declined to comment itself until Wednesday night, when it announced the suspension, which GLAAD applauded.
“We believe the next step is to use this as an opportunity for Phil to sit down with gay families in Louisiana and learn about their lives and the values they share,” the spokesman said.
The organization is also currently researching companies who use Robertson as a spokesperson. “Silence is agreement in this case,” he said. “With such egregious anti-gay and racist comments, those companies that choose to be affiliated with this family need to speak out.”
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Wonder why the backlash? Nobody likes bullies.
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Ex-gays point out the hypocrisy of firing "Duck Dynasty" Phil

Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays & Gays (PFOX) is the nation’s leading advocacy organization for love, support, and positive life change for the ex-gay community, their families, and individuals with unwanted same-sex attractions.
Yesterday, in the wake of Cable TV network A&E’s “indefinite suspension” of the Phil Robertson, the star of the ratings-giant Duck Dynasty, for his alleged “anti-gay” comments in a GQ magazine interview, PFOX issued this press release.
PFOX points out the utter hypocrisy of GLAAD and the LGBT “community” for claiming victimhood from the “intolerance” of “homophobes” like Robertson, while being themselves intolerant of Robertson and any and all who are critical of homosexuality.
~Eowyn
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804-453-4737, PFOX@pfox.org
For Immediate Release
Ex-Gays Condemn Hypocritical Attacks on Duck Dynasty TV Star
In response to the A&E cable network’s suspension of Duck Dynasty founder Phil Robertson from his television reality show because of the Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) and the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation’s (GLAAD) anger at Robertson’s statements against homosexual behavior, Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays ( PFOX) released the following:
HRC and GLAAD demand punishment for people like Phil Robertson  who do not agree with homosexual behavior, yet these same gay activist groups work to deny the civil rights of former homosexuals because they disagree with their sexual choices. Gay activists advocate for homosexuals, bisexuals and transgenders, but openly hate and bully people in the ex-gay community. Homosexual groups cannot claim sympathy as victims when they victimize others.
Mr. Robertson’s crime was to say that, as a man, he prefers female anatomy, and he quoted the Bible.  For that, he has been targeted by gay groups and suspended by the A&E Network from filming the hit show.
The demonization of ex-gays by gays themselves is a sad end to the long struggle for tolerance by the gay community. That ex-gays and their supporters are now oppressed by the same people who continue to claim victimization themselves demonstrates where the gay rights movement has gone – toward intolerance.
Every person seeking positive life change toward healthy sexuality needs the love and support of friends, family, the community, and places of worship. Respecting the lives of real people who decided to change – and including them in the conversation – is part of building a tolerant society. No one should be deprived of the truth about ex-gays because opponents prefer censorship and demonization over dialogue. Ex-gays need a climate of compassion and inclusion, not contempt and exclusion.

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A&E firing of "Duck Dynasty" Phil – Fallout

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This post is an update of the one our Steve did yesterday on Cable TV network A&E acceding to the Left’s LGBT Tyranny by “indefinitely suspending” Phil Robertson, the star of the reality show Duck Dynasty, for his “anti-gay” comments in an interview with GQ magazine.

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Side note: Rush Limbaugh is right. When will conservatives learn that mainstream media outlets like GQ magazine are not our friends, and that we are set up for a fall when they interview us? We need to stop feeling flattered by their attention. We need to stop regarding them as even worthy of our attention!

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An unnamed A&E network executive told TheWrap that it was Phil Robertson’s comparison of homosexuality to bestiality that ultimately led Nancy Dubuc, the CEO of A&E Networks, to suspend him because Robertson’s remarks were in conflict with “the fundamental values of the company.” Dubuc was responding in part to the concern of “employees within the company.” The decision to suspend Robertson came Wednesday night, hours after an early-morning phone call between A&E executives and GLAAD, the homosexual civil rights group.

The unnamed A&E executive who spoke with The Wrap also said arguments that A&E had somehow taken Robertson’s free speech away are ridiculous, as a suspension from a television show did not curtail his ability to speak out freely. And any notion that A&E had a conflict with Christianity is also absurd, considering A&E’s History just aired the hit miniseries, “The Bible.”

A&E CEO Nancy Dubuc is “one of the most powerful television executives in Hollywood, overseeing A&E, Lifetime and History channels. Her dynasty is powered largely by “Duck Dynasty,” the highest-rated reality show on the air.

Here are three pics I found of Nancy Dubuc. From left to right: a pic from about 2011 (source: Grain’s NY Business); a more recent, rather mannish-looking pic (source: TheWrap); an up-to-date totally glamorized airbrushed pic on A+E Networks:

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Support for Phil Robertson is coming from everywhere:

  • The Robertson family is standing behind him. They told A&E they can’t imagine continuing the show without Phil. (Read more HERE.)
  • National Organization for Marriage has a petition we can sign, asking A&E to apologize to and reinstate Robertson. Click here to sign the petition.
  • “Duck Dynasty” advertisers are not withdrawing their sponsorship. In fact, one sponsor, Skyjacker, which builds truck suspensions, tells TMZ it stands solidly behind Phil and the show. Skyjacker’s brass says this goes beyond the Constitution … to the Creator:  “We are a Christian-based company and actively share our faith so standing with Phil Robertson is an easy choice for us.” (H/t FOTM’s swampygirl)
  • The number of “likes” on the “Boycott A&E Until Phil Robertson Is Put Back On Duck Dynasty” Facebook page went over a million in less than 24 hours. For being so popular, the page’s administrator, Michael, was actually banned from Facebook for 12 hours because the page was generating 4,500 likes in one hour.The last I looked, the number of “likes” has risen to 1. 3 million.

~Eowyn

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Some thoughts on the Duck Dynasty "scandal"

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OK Troops, Time To Fight. A&E fires "Duck Dynasty" Phil for disapproval of homosexuality

Time To unleash the sleeping Giant

(Original story here)
I have never seen “Duck Dynasty“, but as I see it this Guy Phil Robinson gave an interview with GQ that has the LGBT groups knickers in a twist.  Whatever, if you are sick and tired of this oh -so-tolerant group all you need to do is go to
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‘BOYCOTT A&E’ FACEBOOK SUPPORT PAGE FOR PHIL ROBERTSON GETS 500K+ LIKES

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Facebook page dedicated to defense of Phil Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” has received well over 400,000 likes since it was launched just 14 hours ago. The page was created late on Wednesday evening, after news broke that A&E was suspending Robertson over his comments on homosexuality.

Within 10 minutes, the “Boycott A&E Until Phil Robertson Is Put Back on Duck Dynasty” page had 100 likes; in 30 minutes, the page had 1,200 likes. It grew exponentially from there; in three and a half hours, the page had 162,000 likes. The page states: “This page is to show support for the freedom of speech of Americans. Unless Phil is reinstated to the show, we refuse to watch the A&E Channel!”

**UPDATE** The Facebook page has now received over 1.3 Million likes. Plus over 26,000 comments on this story.

At 7:00 AM EST FRI.

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/duck-dynastys-phil-robertson-indefinite-666808

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