As Twitchy reported this evening, A&E has suspended “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson for comments he made to GQ Magazine in regards to homosexuality.

The suspension isn’t sitting well with Sarah Palin, who also shared a photo taken with members of the “Duck Dynasty” cast:


  • TheOriginalDonald

    Next on GLAAD’s list of those needing Special High Intensity Training-Mama Grizzly

    • $84598387

      Megyn Kelly is on deck too.

      • Zach Brewer

        Megyn is on my deck too! 😉

        • jukin

          You wish. Even if you trimmed the bushes to make it look bigger.

        • Just Another Guy ✓ ✓ ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

          On my ‘Wish List” definitely. But just a dream…

    • Phil R


  • Chico Escobar

    Totally untrue! Just say the right things and speech is very free.

    • Kathy

      So who determines what the right things are? When someone is in that position then Freedom of Speech is compromised! It’s like my neighbor who stands at the end of her driveway and shouts, ‘This would be a great neighborhood if it wasn’t for the rednecks who live here.” [Mind you I have been here for 30 years she for 2 years} Yet, if I were to shout the opposite, she could get the NAACP and sue me. Where I would have to have the local police to hear her for them to charge her with disorderly conduct. So who again determines what is the right thing to say???.

      • philmon

        I’m pretty sure Chico was engaging in sarcasm there.

      • Chico Escobar

        I’m a very sarcastic little dogie.

        • Kathy

          Without the eye rolls, gosh, the sarcasm just isn’t there.

    • Jeff

      You totally miss the point of Constitutionally guaranteed free speech. What you say is free speech, “the right things”, is the way that Totalitarian Governments operate. Please wake up.

      • Chico Escobar

        I was making funnies… =]

  • Republicanvet

    So Phil makes a comment in an interview with GQ, and militant gays go rabid in demanding A&E take action. A&E cowers and immediately does whatever the militant gay community wants.

    Although I would disagree with it, I could see A&E taking action if Phil said it on the show aired by A&E, but since he said it to GQ, it’s obvious A&E is more concerned with militant gays than freedom of speech or freedom of religion.

    • OingoBoingo

      Makes you wonder – Why IS A&E homophobic?

      Comment was censored: Here is the full comment I made:

      Makes you wonder – Why IS A&E homophobic? Why does A&E fear gays? Why does A&E give into demands by a gay group who is being both bigoted and intolerant by falsely accusing Phil Robertson of being bigoted and intolerant? I think A&E is confused.

      • Jack Deth

        A&E operates under the same umbrella of NBC and its smaller, outsourced, Bravo.

        One of the earliest broadcast corporations to allow deep inroads with incredibly easy to offend gay and lesbian groups and their cadre of lawyers.

    • Phil R


    • Lericha

      When will we Americans ever stop letting the 2% rule the 98% in this country. The gays, atheists and liberals have ruined most of the traditions this country has enjoyed since 1776. we have to put a stop to them.

      • Mick_Pearson

        What traditions have been ruined?

        • Jeff

          You are just goading now.
          Three possibilities:
          1) you are goading
          2) you don’t know, and are ignorant of obvious history
          3) you do know, and are willfully being argumentative
          In all three cases, Lericha should ignore you.

          • Mick_Pearson

            Lericha has ignored me because no traditions have been ruined.

  • WhoDat

    Sarah is a perfect example of free speech. She can voice her (usually) insane opinions and she doesn’t get thrown into a prison for voicing them.

    Speech has consequences.

    • $84598387

      Can you give examples of any of her “insane” comments? Be specific.

      • lonestar

        John McCain is a good man? Not really, John is the insane one.

        • $84598387

          That is far from insane. It is an opinion based on many things. First fail, try again.

      • Orson Buggeigh

        Maybe WhoDat meant “inane”? I have no interest in the prison part since incoherent babbling is not a crime.

        • Orpheus75

          “incoherent babbling”?? My god, listen to Pelosi or Debbie whatsername Schultz if you want REAL incoherent babbling. Those two are so mind numbingly STUPID, and yet people are hung up on Sarah for things that Tina Fey said!

    • $84598387

      Do you believe saying 32 times “If you like your plan and your doctor you can keep them, period.” has any consequences?

      • WhoDat

        What does that have to do with this?

        • Republicanvet

          Re-read your comment. You were the one who brought up speech having consequences.

        • $84598387

          You STATED “Speech has consequences” didn’t you?
          I asked you if that speech repeated over and over had any consequences. Do I need to explain it further? It is a very simple question that should not take too much thought.

          • WhoDat

            I’ll bite. He lied.

          • nickdqwk

            Correct you can keep your insurance if you like consequences.
            you can keep your doctor if you like them consequences
            will be the most transparent administration ever consequences.

        • nickdqwk

          Troll-times 2

          • cherwin

            Troll: something people say when they don’t like what someone else if saying! Use your brain for something besides typing the word TROLL! Really childish!!

      • Suzanne Coffey Piercy

        Off topic!


      Considering she has been nothing but right, and Obama has been nothing but wrong. ….On EVERY single issue….I think you probably fit the definition of insane more.

    • nickdqwk


    • journogal

      Could you provide examples of her (usually) insane opinions, and then explain why you think she should be thrown into a prison for voicing them. Are they insane because you don’t agree with them? Why can’t people have different opinions from yours? Talk about showing your intolerance…hateful, bitter little person you are if you don’t agree with someone. No, they aren’t insane, they just think differently than you, and it’s okay. We aren’t some big collective, chanting the same thing. We all have different backgrounds and lifestyles, and I know that isn’t acceptable in liberal-land.

      • WhoDat

        Never said she should be thrown into a prison, I’m saying she has the right to voice those opinions without fear of inprisonment.

        People can have different opinions, but saying your free speech is harmed when you get pushback is crazy.

        • Jay Stevens

          Downvote. You mean A&E suspending Phil because of comments he made in another venue (GQ) is not crazy?

        • Guest

          The Left had a grand old time with President George W. and let Sarah Palin make a slip of the tongue and the mainstream media will turn it into a major news story. Not so with President Obama’s verbal missteps.

          By the way many so -called Palin gaffes are not real gaffes but “media made” gaffes in order to vilify her.

          For instance: Sarah Palin was right in her opposition to rationing, a.k.a. “death panels”. She called them “death panels” and was mocked for suggesting that when the federal government ran out of money, health care would be rationed, and the elderly, the infirm, and the chronically ill would be the first to be denied.

          She was right about Revere.
          The media were wrong about Revere; distinguished historical scholars have come out endorsing Palin’s statement regarding Paul Revere.

          Experts back Sarah Palin’s historical account

          “Sarah Palin yesterday insisted her claim at the Old North Church last week that Paul Revere “warned the British” during his famed 1775 ride — remarks that Democrats and the media roundly ridiculed — is actually
          historically accurate. And local historians are backing her up”

          Even NPR confirms that Sarah Palin was right about Revere (interview of professor Robert Allison Chairman of history dept Suffolk university Boston)

          “BLOCK: So you think basically, on the whole, Sarah Palin got her history right.

          Prof. ALLISON: Well, yeah, she did.”

        • Katie Carroll

          Please give examples of her “insane” opionons. I’m not a big Sarah supporter but I usually agree with her on the issues. She may not have an Ivy league degree and she is plain-spoken but the left has vilified her to the point that people actually think she said that she could see Russia from her house. I think that’s why lefties like you think she’s “insane” – not because you are familiar with her positions

        • John Michael Branson Sr.

          they and you are totally afraid of Sarah, so you make fun of her hoping others will think she is crazy or as you say insane,but you are wrong. I live in Alaska and have seen firsthand what she can really do. i am in support of her policies and would vote for her again for whatever she chooses to run for. Why are you people afraid of??

    • You little wimp … Sarah scares the shiit out of you

    • Michael Rice

      THe issue here is the hypocrisy of the left. My guess, if the left wing nut jobs had simply said, we do not agree with him, but he has a right to say it, it would have been done and over. Instead they flip out and demand he be punished and spew more vile filth than anything Phil has said. The network, of course, instead of saying the same thing, caves and suspends him.

    • Casca

      The Paid Troll returns !

    • Thomas Dobbins

      Didn’t have any consequences for these nut-jobs:

      “I hope his wife and chefs feed him lots of eggs and butter and he dies early like many black men do, of heart disease. . . . He is an absolutely reprehensible person.”
      Damn those hate-filled rightwingers . . . . . . DOH! Wait a minute . . . my mistake . . . that is what a liberal pundit said about the Hon. Clarence Thomas.

      Obama: “Even though most people agree… I’m presenting a fair deal, the fact that they don’t take it means that I should somehow do a Jedi mind-meld with these folks and convince them to do what’s right.”

      “When I meet with world leaders, what’s striking — whether it’s in Europe or here in Asia…” -mistakenly referring to Hawaii as Asia while
      holding a press conference outside Honolulu…

      “We’re not trying to push financial reform because we begrudge success that’s fairly earned. I mean, I do think at a certain point you’ve made enough money. But, you know, part of the American way is, you know, you
      can just keep on making it if you’re providing a good product or providing good service. We don’t want people to stop, ah, fulfilling the core responsibilities of the financial system to help grow our economy.” —on Wall Street reform, Quincy, Ill.

      “One such translator was an American of Haitian descent, representative of the extraordinary work that our men and women in uniform do all around the world — Navy Corpse-Man Christian Brossard.” (The Corpsman’s name is also Christopher, not Christian)

      “The Middle East is obviously an issue that has plagued the region for centuries.”

      “UPS and FedEx are doing just fine, right? It’s the Post Office that’s always having problems.” –attempting to make the case for government-run healthcare, while simultaneously undercutting his own argument,
      Portsmouth, N.H.

      “The reforms we seek would bring greater competition, choice, savings and inefficiencies to our health care system.” –in remarks after a health care roundtable with physicians, nurses and health care providers, Washington, D.C.

      “It was also interesting to see that political interaction in Europe is not that different from the United States Senate. There’s a lot of — I don’t know what the term is in Austrian, wheeling and dealing.”

      “No, no. I have been practicing…I bowled a 129. It’s like — it was like Special Olympics, or something.” –making an off-hand joke during an appearance on “The Tonight Show.”

      “What I was suggesting — you’re absolutely right that John McCain has not talked about my Muslim faith…” –in an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, who jumped in to correct Obama by saying “your
      Christian faith.”

      “I’m here with the Girardo family here in St. Louis.” –speaking via satellite to the Democratic National Convention, while in Kansas City, Missouri…

      “Let me introduce to you the next President — the next Vice President of the United States of America, Joe Biden.” –slipping up while introducing Joe Biden at their first joint campaign rally, Springfield, Illinois.

      “Just this past week, we passed out of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee – which is my committee — a bill to call for divestment from Iran as way of ratcheting up the pressure to ensure that they don’t obtain a
      nuclear weapon.” –referring to a committee he is not on…

      “Let me be absolutely clear. Israel is a strong friend of Israel’s. It will be a strong friend of Israel’s under a McCain…administration. It will be a strong friend of Israel’s under an Obama administration. So
      that policy is not going to change.”

      “How’s it going, Sunshine?” –campaigning in Sunrise, Florida

      “On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its unbroken line of fallen heroes — and I see many of them in the audience here today — our sense of patriotism is particularly strong.”

      “Hold on one second, sweetie, we’re going to do — we’ll do a press avail.” –to a female reporter for ABC’s Detroit affiliate who asked about his plan to help American autoworkers…

      “In case you missed it, this week, there was a tragedy in Kansas. Ten thousand people died — an entire town destroyed.” –on a Kansas tornado that killed 12 people…

      “We’re the country that built the Intercontinental Railroad.” – President Barack Obama.

      Barack Obama: “I’ve now been in 57 states? I think one left to go?”

      “And of course I want to express my gratitude to my family; to my mother and father who instilled in me the values that carried me this far.” – Anthony Weiner.

      “The fact is, elections shouldn’t matter as much as they do.” – Nancy Pelosi.

      “Well the good news is our emissions are way down because of the recession.” – Claire McCaskill.

      “We have negotiated with terrorists. This small group of terrorists have made it impossible to spend any money.” – Rep. Doyle (D-PA).

      “When a woman got raped, blame her because she was wearing a skirt too short, she looked the wrong way or she wasn’t home in time to make the dinner. “We’ve gotten by that. But it’s amazing how these Republicans, the right wing of this party – whose philosophy threw us into this God-awful hole we’re in, gave us the tremendous deficit we’ve inherited – that they’re now using, now attempting to use, the very economic condition they have created to blame the victim – whether it’s organized labor or ordinary middle-class working men and women. It’s bizarre. It’s bizarre.” – Vice President Joe Biden, using a rape metaphor to describe
      Republicans who want to reduce the deficit….

      “What we’re trying to do here is save the world from the Republican budget. We’re trying to save life on this planet as we know it today.” – Nancy Pelosi.

      Joe Biden explains why southern Democrats should vote for him: “My state was a slave state.”

      “In Delaware, the largest growth of population is Indian Americans, moving from India. You cannot go to a 7/11 or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I’m not joking.” – Joe Biden.

      Joe Biden on the economy: “The number one job facing the middle class, and it happens to be, as Barack says, a three-letter word: jobs. J-O-B-S.”

      Joe Biden to Missouri State Senator Chuck Graham, who is wheelchair bound: “stand up … Chuck, stand up, Chuck, let ’em see you!”

      Joe Biden, on the mother of Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen, who is, in fact, still alive: “His mom lived in Long Island for ten years or so. God rest her soul. And- although, she’s- wait- your mom’s still- your mom’s
      still alive. Your dad passed. God bless her soul.”

      Whoopi Goldberg on 43-year-old Roman Polanski raping and sodomizing a 13-year-old girl: “I know it wasn’t rape-rape. It was something else but I don’t believe
      it was rape-rape. He went to jail and and [sic] when they let him out he was like “You know what this guy’s going to give me a hundred years in jail I’m not staying, so that’s why he left.”

      Joy Behar on Economics: “Isn’t it a little racist to call it Black Friday?”

      John Conyers on the Health Care Bill, which he voted for: “I love these members, they get up and say, ‘Read the bill … What good is reading the bill if it’s a thousand pages and you don’t have two days and two lawyers to find out what it means after you read the bill?'”

      John Kerry on the troops: “You know, education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you
      can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq.”

      Al Gore: “During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet.”

      Al Gore on zoology: “A zebra does not change its spots.”

      Congressman Hank Johnson on Guam: “My fear is that the whole island will become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize,”

      Nancy Pelosi on the economy: “every month that we do not have an economic recovery package 500 million Americans lose their jobs.”

      Helen Thomas: Jews should “get the hell out of Palestine” and “go home” to Germany and Poland.

      Bill Clinton on ordinary Americans: “African Americans watch the same news at night that ordinary Americans do.”

      Michael Moore on terrorism: “There is no terrorist threat. Yes, there have been horrific acts of terrorism and, yes, there will be acts of terrorism again. But that doesn’t mean that there’s some kind of massive terrorist

      Henry Waxman on Environmentalism: “We’re
      seeing the reality of a lot of the North Pole starting to evaporate, and we could get to a tipping point. Because if it evaporates to a certain point – they have lanes now where ships can go that couldn’t ever sail through before. And if it gets to a point where it evaporates
      too much, there’s a lot of tundra that’s being held down by that ice cap.”

      Marion Barry, former mayor of Washington, DC: “If you take out the killings, Washington actually has a very very low crime rate.”

      Marion Barry, former mayor of Washington, DC: “I am clearly more popular than Reagan. I am in my third term. Where’s Reagan? Gone after two! Defeated by George
      Bush and Michael Dukakis no less.”

      Wesley Bolin, former governor of Arizona: “We’d like to avoid problems, because when we have problems, we can have troubles.”

      California Senator Barbara Boxer:
      “Those who survived the San Francisco earthquake said, ‘Thank God, I’m still alive.’ But, of course, those who died, their lives will never be the same again.”

      John Kerry on health care: “I’m going to be honest with you — I don’t know a lot about Cuba’s healthcare system. Is it a government-run system?”

      “Winnie the Pooh seems to me to be a fundamental text on national security.” — Obama foreign policy adviser Richard Danzig.

      “Therefore I believe in White Supremacy.” – Then-Senator Clinton on her social views.

      Seniors love getting junk mail. It’s sometimes their only way of communicating or feeling like they’re part of the real world. — Harry Reid.

      Hillary Clinton and Barack Hussein Obama cannot win, and they are put in place to assure a victory by Mitt Romney… this is the plan of all the insurance companies that are owned by Mormon interests. It is unfolding
      as the Mormon Church planned over the last fifty years. — Roseanne Barr.

      Howard Dean reaches out: “I still want to be the candidate for guys with Confederate flags in their pickup trucks.”

      California Democrat Diane Watson thinks interracial marriage is icky: “He’s married to a white woman. He wants to be white. He wants a colorless society. He has no ethnic pride. He doesn’t want to be black.

      • Jay Stevens

        Come on. Thomas. You are just cherry-picking. 8^)

      • ozconservative

        You forgot one.


    • Newtie and the Beauty

      You go out frequently on cowpie hunts, don’t you.

    • Phil R

      You won’t find a single insane comment from Sarah..Not One

      • texastommy

        Well, there’s one. She said that McCain would have been a good president.

        • Kevin Krom

          Compared to what we got as the alternative, she may have been right in a relative sense.

    • tops116 ✓Quipper
    • Stephen K

      Of course, you conveniently forget to mention that if you had your way, she would be thrown into a prison.

    • Bonet

      It seems that you are are poorly informed about Sarah Palin. Don’t believe everything the media and Hollywood is telling you about Sarah Palin.

      Sarah Palin is a self-made women with an impressive career who broke into politics without the head start of a powerful husband or father.

      City council, mayor, Governor, oil and gas commission, VP candidate, already vetted, been scrutinized every way possible and still standing strong. Long list of accomplishments and over 20 years of experience.

      Sarah Palin has offered many statements on issues such as health care, the Federal Reserve’s money printing in funding our federal deficit, Crony Capitalism, energy independence, foreign policy, etc)

      She was the first Republican to make a high-profile critique of the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing, though even earlier she had marked the collapsing value of the dollar as one of her issues and has repeatedly been a leading voice—via television appearances and speaking engagements—against the dangers of ObamaCare and the risks of President Obama’s approach to energy.

      She went to India , Hong Kong, World Knowledge Forum in South Korea ,etc where she talked about the economy, the deficit, government spending, gun control,the environment, the rising cost of food, energy, Egypt and other foreign policy related issues. She did unscripted Q&A’s

      She was the catalyst for the takeover of the House , twice as many Governships and lopsided Gop Statehouses with her endorsements and rallies all over the country during the 2010 election.

      Sarah Palin also had a very strong hand in the party’s few successes during the 2012 election.

    • Jack Deth

      Says the well indoctrinated, though incredibly misinformed to the much wiser masses.

    • alanstorm

      Like Sandy said – provide instances, justify them or admit you’re wrong.

    • cherwin

      What? You are a perfect example of someone who makes a totally ignorant statement with absolutely nothing to back it up. Stop being an idiot!

    • Ted C

      What exactly has she said that was “insane”? Please enlighten us. I’ve listened to and read a lot of what she’s said or wrote and it sounds like good common sense to me.

    • cloudshe

      sad that you can side with the bigoted overreaction over robertson honestly answering a question about his personal beliefs, yet can’t blame our president for his blatant, self serving lies. pls get a brain

  • $84598387

    The destruction of Christians is not just happening in Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Nigeria, Sudan, Pakistan, Somalia, Algeria and……

    • WhoDat

      Don’t believe we have government entities specifically killing Christians in this nation like many of those nations do.

      • Republicanvet

        There is no need since the left will willingly destroy any Christian who voices an opinion in public that they disagree with.

      • $84598387

        You have a terrible reading comprehension problem. Below you forgot you said “Speech has consequences” and then asked what my question to you had to do with anything. Now you say “entities specifically killing Christians in this nation” when I never typed anything that accused anyone in America of killing Christians did I?
        Why do you insert words into my comment?

        • WhoDat

          You hint that Christians have it as bad in America as Christians do in those other nations.

          • nickdqwk

            Okey Dokey Troll times 4

          • WhoDat

            Bugger off.

            Troll x 5

          • nickdqwk

            You started it 😛

          • cherwin

            Troll this!

          • $84598387

            Stop digging. You again mischaracterize my comment!
            I didn’t even “hint” anyone was being treated worse or better than anywhere else. I DID TYPE “The destruction of Christians is not just happening in…”
            How does that “hint” at anything? It states clearly in unmistakable words what I typed. It makes no claims of severity of treatment.

      • $84598387

        Oh, and it is “like many of those nations do”. It is EVERY one of those nations have documented attacks on Christians as the link shows. And there are more nations I didn’t add.

        • WhoDat

          Ok, all of them.

          • nickdqwk

            Quintecta troll times 5

          • Suzanne Coffey Piercy

            Enough already ..we get your point! Part your hair differently and no one will notice.

      • nickdqwk

        Troll times 3

      • Michael Rice

        Not yet….keep that same head buried in the sand mantra going…it worked so well in those other countries..

      • Jay Stevens

        Of course we don’t. That would kill off too many taxpayers.

      • tops116 ✓Quipper

        Yeah, Obamacare’s death panels are out to kill everyone, not just Christians.

      • Lori Franklin Ratliff


      • scootr1295

        Perhaps not yet. Already the Army is training their troops to indoctrinate them to believe that evangelical Christians are hate groups. If it wasn’t for journalists like Todd Starnes to pass on to the unsuspecting public what he received from what were probably evangelical Christian soldiers what was going on behind the fence on said Army installations, we would still be in the dark about it.

  • $19701396

    If freedom of speech is an endangered species, Sarah Palin will be shooting it from a helicopter.

    • Republicanvet

      …and if brains were gas you wouldn’t have enough to fire a pi$$ants motorcycle around a cheerio.

      • $19701396

        That’s actually funny. I’m going to use that,

    • WhoDat


      • nickdqwk

        Troll again!

      • tops116 ✓Quipper

        No, that would be the rising costs of Obamacare.

    • Michael Rice

      Case in point….libs more worried about animals than rights of humans.

    • Garym

      Another proggie meme that isn’t true. Man you freaks have a lot of them.

    • tops116 ✓Quipper

      If freedom of speech were an ambassador, Obama would’ve left it to die in a terrorist attack.

    • alanstorm

      So, you admit you know nothing about Sarah Palin or free speech. Got it.

  • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Mama Grizzly’s right in spirit, of course– Phil ought to be able to say whatever he likes, whenever he likes, however he likes– but it’s not the Government who’s stopping him here, and that’s what the 1st Amendment is about. If she means to imply that, given their druthers, the Left would criminalize what Phil said, she should say that straight out. But let’s not confuse the issue by saying that what A&E is doing here is a violation of his Constitutional rights, because it isn’t– only the Government can violate that right. He may have other legal recourse, and if he does, all the more power to him– and a bit of speech, on OUR side in telling A&E to restore him to the show, is definitely called for.

    I love ya, Mama Grizzly, but you don’t make it easy.

    • GoldsteinsBook

      Who on ‘the Left’ would like to criminalize Phil’s speech?

      • Michael Rice

        I guess you missed all the efforts to criminalize “hate speech”.

    • Maxx

      Agree that this isn’t a government-sponsored example but clearly it must be troubling to note the increase of penalties following opinion in which said opinion has absolutely zero to do with one’s job. In other words, a white judge saying he despised Hispanics or a Black judge saying she despised whites would lead one to believe such opinions might affect their judicial decisions and that kind of cause and affect warrants a closer look.

      However, in this particular case, a citizen has a camera following him for entertainment and for a magazine, voices a Christian-opinion about homosexuality…how does that directly affect those around him?

      Message to A&E. Unless all the ducks Phil is shooting are gay, his opinion is DIRECTLY affecting no one. Let the guy pontificate his opinions and the viewers will decide.

      Frankly, I’m getting sick and tired of liberal thought police turning on their sirens each time an opinion doesn’t match their own. Do we really want a country where each time an opinion doesn’t jive with the liberal collective, someone gets fired?

      • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        Here’s the deal: the Robertson family, who are far from being rustic morons, made a business decision to allow filming of their lives for a TV series, in much the same way other families have done– Buddy the Cake Boss’s family, Dog the Bounty Hunter’s family, the Harrisons on Pawn Stars etc etc. Obviously their businesses are being promoted by appearing on a “cinema verite” show. Obviously it creates business for the particular network which carries these shows. The network, unless it wants to have a controversy created for the sake of boosting ratings, may wish to shy away from anything they think might damage the “brand” of the show, and that’s their right. It’s like you’re the owner of a flea market, and one of your sellers is a controversial person in town, and you’re threatened with loss of customers through boycott and by picketing on site. You may even agree with that seller– but you’ll figure a way to chuck him out on his ass if you’re going to lose money, and you owe that to the other innocent sellers, who really shouldn’t have to be affected. Capisce?

        • Maxx

          I’m quite sure the “brand” of the show isn’t Phil and his progressive liberalism so that’s not in jeopardy and your flea market analogy is flawed. If anything, this decision is going to financially penalize A&E. This isn’t a flea market owner removing a vendor that might cost them profits. This is a flea market removing their most successful vendor at a huge financial loss. If Phil is indeed, fired, the show won’t be far behind…either involuntarily or otherwise. It might last through the end of the contract or it might not. Viewers are outraged at the network, that much is certain. They might very well boycott the show and the carnage begins. (edit: looks like the Twitter hashtag has already been created).

          Nonetheless, the reality on display here is that A&E (note what the “a” and “e” stands for) bowed to their masters…liberal Hollywood.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Hey, I just gave you THEIR side of it, all’s I was meaning to do. That’s how THEY would tend to view it, going in. Factually you are probably right, but what A&E think they’re doing, and what the fallout will be long-run, are likely way different.

          • Maxx

            Gotcha. You do bring up an astute point. Conservatives will lose the high ground on this issue if we claim government is “at it again.” I believe Sarah’s Tweet was properly articulated in that she defined those barking at Phil as “intolerants,” which from its plural usage, indicates individuals, not government. Sarah is well aware of liberal selective outrage. After all, we heard nothing but crickets from GLAAD after Alec Baldwin was hired by MSNBC and we all know he spewed anti-gay comments long BEFORE the hiring.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            You would be “pardoned,” though (so to speak), if you were to think that the Government under an Eric Holder, who is not prosecuting the IRS for civil-rights violations that arguably DO exist where the granting of 501(c)(4) status to Tea Party groups is concerned, is also in the business of trampling the First Amendment, through pretext. But a clear distinction must be made as to what is a Government violation of free speech and what is a business decision in which a phrase involving “spite,” “nose” and “face” comes to mind. In our efforts, we can’t afford to have our side be Low-Info-Joe’s who can’t clearly tell you when free speech is violated. Our attitude has to be “A&E is stupid. Stupid ain’t illegal, else the Left would have all gone to prison years ago.”

            Don’t use a term that invites others to say you’re playing to a yokel audience, what I’m tryin’ to say here. Palin, unless she IS that crass that she WILL exploit Low Info Joe, should be a bit more felicitous in her use of the lingo.

    • RefudiateGOPe

      Palin didn’t accuse A&E of violating his 1st Amendment rights. Her point is really simple for anyone who has the reading comprehension of an eighth grader: Free speech is being trumped by political correctness. That’s her message. If you speak out against Obama, you’re labeled as a racist by the left. If you believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman, you’re labeled as a homophobe. And apparently, if you voice an opinion based on the scriptures, you’re a bigot.

      If you don’t like Phil’s opinion, don’t watch. Unfortunately, the ball-less execs at networks and major stores fear boycotts fueled by fringe groups. I’m waiting for Walmart and Bass Pro Shops to wade into this. Walmart and other retailers dropped the Paula Deen lines for something she said over 20 years ago.

      • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        Free speech includes people deciding to condemn Phil as well. They have as much right to spout their ignorant hateful opinion as we have to propound our own hopefully-more-informed one. What Palin is opposing, one would hope at any rate, is the Leftie “speech-is-free-for- me-not-thee” idiocy. Fight the Government limitations on free speech. To do anything more than that makes you as bad as the ones you’re condemning. Call the Politically-Correct Language Police what they are– incipient totalitarians, presently acting like the deep-down-cowardly bullies they really are. But do like Kanye West, if you will– “I’m-a let you finish, but first I wanna say, y’all are phukwits of the highest order if you think you’re foolin’ anybody…”

    • Jake Bradford

      Right. But this isn’t a court case against A&E. Just ppl expressing their displeasure at the network’s decision.

  • AmericanMom

    It’s an out and out attack on Christianity and conservatives along with Phil Robertson. Activist gays and liberals have inserted this agenda into every segment of our society (education and entertainment most notably) and will take no argument against it. I hope they fail and I, for one, delete every show that contains it.

    • nickdqwk

      Phil was asked a question and he answered, did not insert himself.

      • AmericanMom

        I am on Phil’s side and support him 100%. I would have answered the question just as he did.

    • scootr1295

      Could it be that brother Phil has opened the door and the Lord has used him to arouse the sleeping giant called the Church to finally stand up and engage in the culture war? Church! Let’s no longer be afraid to express our conviction. God calls ALL sexual activity outside of a male husband / female wife marriage relationship sin–to include adultery and fornication and all homosexual activity. There’s no getting around it. Church! Let’s begin to not merely CALL it a sin, but let’s actually live out fidelity to our opposite sex spouses if we are married and to save yourself sexually if you are single.

      Church! Let’s stop with the being afraid to take a stand and boldly proclaim that the ONLY way to get right with God is to repent of sin and fully embrace Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord–which is no more or no less than what He Himself said. “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No man (person) comes unto the Father (the true and living God) except by Me” (John 14:6). Islam and Muhammad is NOT the way. Buddha is NOT the way. The 33 million gods of the Hindus are NOT the way. It’s high time Jesus Christ was lifted up and exalted. Church! Let’s not merely proclaim it. Let’s LIVE it. Jesus is the Lord of the Church. He lived a perfect life, and died on the cross in our place. His death was payment for, and made forgiveness of all our sins possible. He rose again three days later and ascended into heaven (1 Corinthians 15:3-4). And when He comes back, He will be Lord of the world–King of kings and Lord of lords (Revelation 19:16). One day, every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father (Philippians 2:8). Church! There is no time to waste! I’m grateful that brother Phil Robertson had the courage to speak the message that for far too long, except for a few exceptions, the church has been mute. Let’s LIVE the gospel, and GIVE the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.

      • AmericanMom

        Amen to that – you speak for many of us.

  • TDS

    This is a prime example of Liberal “tolerance”…
    Everyone’s views are tolerated, so long as they are 100% in lock-step with the “accepted” views…

  • notenoughtime

    Amen, Sarah!

  • Phil R

    Yep….Sarah’s a Smart Lady. She’s a Real Smart Lady!

    • $84598387

      Got your back Robertsons!

  • $84598387

    Domestic partners accused of sexual torture, holding child captive for 8 months in Huntsville
    Prosecutor: Carl Philip Herold, charged with using son to make child porn, ‘a special kind of threat’ (updated) (photos)

    State prosecutors say they are “confident and satisfied” that Carl Philip Herold, accused of holding a child captive, sexually torturing him and producing child pornography of the torture, will show up for trial after a judge here raised Herold’s bond to $1 million cash today. Austin issued a similar order Monday raising to $1 million the bond against Charles Dunnavant, identified as Herold’s domestic partner and suspected partner in the alleged crimes. Dunnavant faces charges including sexual torture, sodomy, aggravated child abuse and transmitting or exposing a
    person to a STD,

    • WhoDat


      • $84598387

        Not you who can’t read and inserts words again. Go away.

        • WhoDat

          Just trying to understand the point of this post.

          • $84598387

            I wouldn’t expect someone like you to get any point.

          • WhoDat

            So, just going to throw insults and not elaborate on the reasoning you posted about some men who raped children?

          • $84598387

            Look dude. I don’t converse with those like you who can’t read. Good day.

          • Darth Venomous✓unmedicated

            “Pearls before swine”. Look it up.

  • OingoBoingo

    Makes you wonder – Why IS A&E homophobic? Why does A&E fear gays? Why does A&E give into demands by a gay group who is being both bigoted and intolerant by falsely accusing Phil Robertson of being bigoted and intolerant? I think A&E is confused.

    • CapitalG

      Why are Christians mocked on numerous shows and it is called entertainment? Dude was asked a question and he gave an honest response.

      • OingoBoingo

        I can handle others having the freedom to be idiots by trying to mock Christianity.

      • Bathing Suit Area

        If you don’t like what they’re saying, feel free to suspend them from your tv network.

    • Jake Bradford

      It’s not just gays…it’s the LEFT. The Left is in full control & destroying Christianity is one of it’s goals. The Left wears the mask of “fighting for minorities” as a way to push their agenda stripping all of us of our freedom.

  • CapitalG

    Phil talked about leaving the show in his book. Might have decided to go out with a BANG!

    Still ridiculous A&E would suspend him for answering a question GQ asked. It’s not like he was the one who brought the subject up. He was honest in his response and explained his beliefs. What is wrong with that?

    • Casca

      His beliefs were not the “Correct” beliefs

  • Michael Rice

    I believe they should be able to suspend him. However, this is the issue….
    Imagine if someone was hired by Phil’s company and then made remarks ridiculing Christianity.
    If he was fired or suspended, do you think it would be okay?
    If you think it is okay for A&E to do this, but that the scenario I described is wrong, you’re a hypocrite.
    If that scenario came true, you wouldn’t be able to count the number of leftist groups trying to sue.

    • Ritchie The Riveter

      Except that Phil’s remarks were not ridicule, and were respectfully delivered.

      Big difference … BTW, isn’t religious discrimination part of the First Amendment, too?

  • Thomas Dobbins
  • michael s

    What about Martin Bashir’s free speech? I guess when he lost his job,free speech wasn’ t an “endangered species” at that moment.

    • ajsdaddie

      Phil Robertson didn’t say anyone should defecate in anyone else’s mouth.

      • Newtie and the Beauty

        And Phil Robertson didn’t do it as a representative of a TV station, unlike Bashir.

        • ajsdaddie

          But other than that, exact same thing. Oh, and GLOBAL WARMING! BOOOOOOSH!

          • GeauxGod

            And its an icy global warming this year, isn’t it?!

      • TS_1

        Neither did Martin Bashir – despite that is what happened to slaves

        • Winter

          Yes he did. Yes he did say that someone should do that to Palin.

        • ajsdaddie

          Yes he did. He did exactly that.

    • tops116 ✓Quipper

      I find it interesting that someone who had choice words for Cher’s son about homosexuality not too long ago just said that.

    • Winter

      For the first time in my life, I agree with you.

    • Stu Gotts

      Unlike Bashir, Robertson did not call for doing any harm to anyone.

    • Jake Bradford

      He was calling for violence against Sarah Palin. And you compare fantasizing about shitting in a woman’s mouth to speaking about biblical beliefs that have existed for 1000’s of yrs?

    • edged25

      do what ever you want as long as you can pay the price .Martin B is paying the price

    • Ritchie The Riveter

      Comparing Phil to Bashir is like comparing cookies to cowpies … Bashir was vulgar and personal with his words; Phil was not.

      • Bathing Suit Area

        So free speech is only for speech that you like? How predictable.

        • Ritchie The Riveter

          Simplistic judgment? How predictable.

          Comparing one expressing what they believe (albeit coarsely), to another whose words support the idea that their target have their mouth defecated in to teach them a lesson, is a false comparison.

          Phil is not advocating that others’ rights be trampled upon; Bashir’s words are just such an incitement.

          Martin Bashir may have had the right to say what he said, but whether it was RIGHT to advocate such a course of action is another thing entirely; however, both are out of the reach of the government.

  • youmustbemistaken

    A&E sucks.

  • seemorejustice

    I’m offended by A&E’s name. How many times has Christianity and its beliefs been degraded in the name of ‘Art’ and mocked by ‘insert any number of sitcoms here’ in the name of ‘Entertainment’?!

    Screw Redskins debate, I call for A&E to change that offensive name today!

  • LegalizeShemp

    Wow, so you can no longer hold a job in the US if you express moral or religious objections to homosexuality. This is a huge threat to freedom in general.

  • InMontana

    I am ordering a duck call first thing in the morning.

  • praymorenow1

    Mock Sarah Palin’s baby w/ Downs Syndrome – OK on Fox Family Guy.
    Mock Bush – movies, books, plays that mention killing him, – OK w/ Hollywood & press.
    Hang effigy of Palin or Bush or Cheney on a house or a protest, – OK w/ media & Hollywood.
    Mock Christians….pick a movie, tv, book, it’s rather standard. OK.

  • tops116 ✓Quipper

    Robertson’s mistake was expressing himself calmly. Had he been raving like a psychopath, the Left would’ve given him a pass like they did with Baldwin.

    • Bathing Suit Area

      Baldwin got fired from his tv show too.

  • Suzanne Coffey Piercy

    I’m sick to death with everyone having their freedoms protected except the Christians. I get offended all the time but no one champions my cause. I know a couple of absolutely great people that are gay and I love them dearly. They have known since they were very young that I believed homosexuality was wrong. Am I supposed to pretend I have suddenly changed my mind so as not to make offense? Should I have to walk on egg shells around them? It was their choice . If they asked, all these years later I would have to say yes, I still believe it is wrong. No hate bashing , just the simple truth.. If they get offended and turn against me I can’t do anything about that. Phil Robertson may get a lot of flack and hate mail but he was true to his own self. That is all I would ask of him. I hate a hypocrite!

  • Diane Fletcher

    Violation of the of the Constitution in regards to Freedom of Speech and Religious beliefs:: Treated with disrespect.and punishment for his own opinion and beliefs. This is exactly what you have done. A&E you are cowards who has a knee jerk reaction to criticism without thinking it through. Not everyone holds the same opinions about things, but we respect the right to disagree. What we don’t respect is intolerance to an extreme. That’s what you have shown us all. A&E you have lost us. There are many other stations to watch. I hope that you lose this show to a network that is not as simple minded but more understanding than you are..

  • jsw7533

    Iran’s building nukes, China’s warships are battling ours in the South China Sea, and this is the topic our society is spending its time on?

    • scootr1295

      And what a timely thing this topic is. God is the One who protects us–or can–as we as a nation turn back to Him in repentance. God allowed His chosen people, the Jews, to be overrun by the Assyrians and the Babylonians, and then the Greeks and Romans in their history precisely because they quit following Him and stopped living out His ways in their nation.

      And please, don’t object to this post by saying that we were never a Christian nation. Nothing could be further from the truth. Three times in our nation’s history the Supreme Court (which are, as we know the final interpreters of the Constitution) declared us to be a Christian nation–the most recent pronouncement happened in 1950. Our two founding documents (the Declaration and Constitution) both declare and allude to the fact that our nation is founded on the ways of the True and Living God. One case in point to further my point: according to the first and second charters of the state of Virginia, the purpose of its existence is to propagate the gospel of Christ.

      God plainly tells any people who claim Him as their God: “If My people, who are called by My name, shall humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” (2 Chronicles 7:14). So, jsw7533 the MOST timely thing we can talk about is this.

    • RGlenCheek

      Yes because freedom of speech is that precious, idiot.

  • kentercat

    When GLADD apologizes for every anti Christian joke on Will and Grace, maybe they will have an ounce of reason for being faux-upset. Until then, they should be called out on their own bigotry every. Single. Time.

  • M F Scotto

    I support Phil, but A&E is free to do what it likes with its network. They just need to stop pretending they’re “tolerant.”

    • RGlenCheek

      And the rest of us are free to boycott them till the cows come home.

      • M F Scotto

        Never suggested you shouldn’t. But this is not a First Amendment/Free Speech issue. Palin is grossly incorrect. She should support A&E’s right to hire or fire based on beliefs as well as every other private entity to do the same.

        • ceili_dancer

          And I would be totally supportive of the rest of the Robertson clan walking out.

        • Exodus2011

          not at all M F

          Gov Palin and any American can speak out loudly whenever they feel like it … that is Free Speech

          Let her rip America, and we’ll see whether A & E wanna keep the money – maker DD or whether they are happy for Glenn Beck to take over and receive the revenue instead


        • Ritchie The Riveter

          Freedom of speech is still involved, even though the First Amendment is not.

  • cherwin

    I agree with Sarah Palin. People have a right to their beliefs and gays need to get over it. We have a right to disagree with a lifestyle if we feel it is wrong. We don’t have the right to harm them but to make a statement voicing an opinion never hurt anyone.
    Maybe if they stopped the mockery they make of themselves with these gay pride parades where they walk around in freaky outfits and underwear, and just live their lives without shoving it onto others, they wouldn’t get so much criticism.

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      Shorter: “Sticks and Stones…” Jawamax 8<{D}

  • Jake Bradford

    Gays were once rounded up by German Nazis. Now they have become the Nazis. If you say anything that offends them or 1 of the other designated “special groups” the Left cherishes, you will be destroyed. They, however, are as FREE to be as offensive as they want against Christians, whites, straight men, etc as they are NOT in the protected special class.

    • Bathing Suit Area

      Destroyed? Really?
      As a straight, white man who doesn’t have his own tv show, have I been destroyed by the gays?

      • Jake Bradford

        I don’t know what you do, but try speaking a negative opinion against gays at your job. Or try it on a college campus.
        I support equal rights & tolerance for all….not just the speech the Left deems ok

  • JoeMyGodNYC

    Freedom of speech, by definition, can only be granted or denied by the government. How utterly unshocking that Sarah Palin doesn’t know that.

    • RGlenCheek

      Freedom of speech is a God given right, moron.

    • GoldsteinsBook

      It’s hard to describe how utterly enjoyable it is to have Twitchy’s moderation settings ‘suspend’ my comment to moderation because I included a partial transcript of the quote which got Phil Robertson suspended from A&E.

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      Posted on another thread:
      Remember when A&E was airing episodes of “The Sopranos,” especially the episode where many people wanted Vito “whacked,” (No,m not that way!) because he was gay? Doesn’t that already make A&E Hypocrites? Chew on that for a bit… #IStandWithPhil #FirstAmendmentForDummies Jawamax 8<{D}

      • Bathing Suit Area

        You can oppose something in real life while still depicting it in fiction.


    • Guest

      Liberals spout off “tolerance” until they disagree with something, then its a fight.

    • ceili_dancer

      Freedom is a God given right and the government is supposed to be there to protect it.

    • Ritchie The Riveter

      Condoning the muzzling of unpopular critics, because they challenge the status quo of the Progressive Left, speaks volumes about your respect for the concept … even if the government is not involved.

      Progressives … especially self-worshipers like you … are the new fundamentalists.

  • Alycia N. Tandy

    This is so outrageous. I guess we have lost another right. The right of free speech. If you don’t like what someone says turn the page, turn the channel or walk away. Many of us don’t like what our President is doing or saying and he’s still around……..Put that in your pipe and smoke it.

  • Todd Golling

    Here’s the deal on DD: 1. Their key audience is NOT gay ppl There’s hunting, fishing, trucks, wives, churchin’, and family stuff going on. Not all of it is necessarily in the interests of the LGBT community. Note I said “Not neccesarily”. 2. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to ANYONE. Phil Robertson has expressed his values more than once, and in more than one forum. 3. A&E has a #1 show here, and not because the DD boys are “tolerant” and “accepting” and all that bullshit. They have beliefs and express them. 4. If A&E had a popular show about gay people (like, Glee, for example) and they expressed hatred towards “breeders”, there would be no backlash. Double standard. The left is seen as the “tolerant” unless you don’t agree with them. Then you are the “hater” , racist, whatever. Phil Robertson is a millionaire many times over. He doesn’t need this show, and I hope the whole crew tells A&E to go eff themselves and piss off.

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    DITTOES, SARAH! And as long as KING FINK OBAMA and FILTHY HARRY REID wield power in this country, it’s gonna get worse… Jawamax 8<{D}

  • DaltonOriginal

    Why does Sarah Palin always stick her nose in things that are guaranteed to get media attention. Could it be because that is the only way she can get attention!
    Where was she when Paula Deen took a hit?? Seriously chic. Just shut up. If you would use a little common sense you would understand that this has nothing to do with “Free speech” but all about what one can do while under contract with an employer that has business/social ethics and you can’t spew out just anything you want and still have a job.

    • Guest

      Free speech seems to be accepted ONLY when it follows the ‘politically correct’ guidelines.

    • Exodus2011

      still tryin to dent the Palin JUGGERNAUT are ya D?

      good luck wif that, fella! **__**

      Get out of the way of the Palin/Cruz JUGGERNAUT you Corruptocrat DC WEASELS lest U B STEAMROLLED into Ruling Class ROAD PIZZA!

      • DaltonOriginal

        Disgusting, ignorant and revolting….. smh

  • Exodus2011

    *** Hey America! **__** ……

    Do you support Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson, and his #FreeSpeech right to share his faith and beliefs? Here are some A&E contact details if you want to request he be reinstated:

    [email protected]

    A&E contact info Ms. Abbe Raven, CEO A&E Television Networks 235 East 45th St. New York, NY 10017

    ABBE RAVEN (CEO) [email protected]

    WHITNEY GOIT (SR. EVP) [email protected]

    ROBERT DEBITETTO (EVP) [email protected]

    COLLEEN CONWAY (Director of Non-Fiction Programming) [email protected]

    GENERAL EMAIL: [email protected]

    ABBE RAVEN (CEO) LINE: (212) 210-9007

    GENERAL TELEPHONE: (212) 210-1400

    Facebook: Duck Dynasty on A&E

    Twitter: @AETV @DuckDynastyAE

  • JoeMyGodNYC


    • Exodus2011

      it’s hard to kick against the goads, ain’t it Joe?


      America needs this Corruptocrat FIGHTER, Gov Sarah Palin, in the Oval Office – look at her record in AK ! She dismantled the *Corrupt B*stards Club* up there ….

      now, does America have a Corrupt B*stards’ Club in DC, operating on STEROIDS???

      Send her to DC and watch the RATS squeal as they try to RUN and HIDE!

      Also, I think it would be best if this NOT4SALE Proven Reformer is directing things from the WH as the IMPLOSION hits America in the future (we are ticking over toward 120% of GDP in debt = Greece territory)

      she is a born Exec Officer/Manager with > 20 years of experience, her most VITAL trait being, she is NOT4SALE

      that quality ALONE is the single most important one if the US Govt is to be successfully reformed and Constitutional America rescued

      imagine what a POTUS could do, if they were beholden to NOBODY, no Lobbyists, no special interest groups, no big donors … a POTUS with a SINGLE ENTRY on her IOU list = “The American People”!

      at the same time she is the most experienced Leader wrt Energy Issues and will also manage the EXPLOSION of American energy development

      both the IMPLOSION/Reform of Govt and the EXPLOSION of American energy development must kick in at exactly the same time, if Constitutional America is
      to survive and thrive again


    • Guest

      Robertson does not single out any individual, he talks about his faith priavtely and what it tells him. Bashir on national television singled out Palin and encouraged the use of violence against her.

    • Ritchie The Riveter

      Comparing the vulgar, personal statements of Bashir to what Phil said is like comparing cowpies to cookies.

    • mainelysteve

      Sarah Palin accepted Bashirs apology. bet you wouldn’t have done that!

  • Exodus2011

    the anti-free speech or RINO or GOPe or Lefty Tools are starting to run in here, outta breath, tripping over their shoelaces and still pulling up their panties .. … **__**

    the FEARED name P A L I N appears in a headline and … “quick .. run … run … we mustn’t let anything positive about ‘that woman’ go unchallenged … help … help!…where is everyone? …”

    she cannot be President .. EVER!!!” (stamps foot! … gets red in face … sweat beginning to bead on angrily furrowed brow …)

    here she is …stunning….. captivating …. fearless and FEARSOME (if you are a commie, lefty or RINO TOOL **__**)

    • Mick_Pearson

      Oh Ex, still cuckoo for cocoa puffs, please don’t ever stop.

      • Exodus2011

        Hey Mickey! (are you the ‘Big boy’? .. I forget **__**)


        (Watch the DVD Documentary “The Undefeated” to get the full story concerning Gov Sarah Palin’s amazing tenure as AK Governor, from those who served with her … because her detractors in the Permanent Political Class, from both private political parties, will try and distort her record …. she can’t be bought off y’see, and is such a CORRUPTOCRAT Buttkicker! …. **__**)

        Why do thinking Conservatives and Independents LISTEN to Madame Steel Spine,?


        *she loves America
        *has a stellar, consistently conservative, FULLY TRANSPARENT (!!!) governing record… which MATCHES her Rhetoric
        *she is an AWESOME Corruptocrat BUTTKICKER (YEAH)

        and, like LTC Allen West, she has put the interests and welfare of her fellow Americans AHEAD of her own career

        and that’s just off the top of my head … there is PLENTY more

        (where have you been ? … listening to the lefties and GOPe Tools, who are in PERIL because of the building Palin/Cruz JUGGERNAUT? … wake up ole buddy ole pal **__**)

  • CrossWinds

    Matthew 10:25 …………..
    It is enough for a disciple that he be like his teacher, and a servant like his master. If they have called the master of the house Beelzebub, how much more will they call those of his household!

  • Exodus2011

    (btw, for those interested I uncovered some remarkable information wrt Gov Palin’s direct impact on the abortion issue …)

    Direct Impact of Gov. Sarah Palin on the Abortion Issue (including evidential graphics) ~> … #prolife @SarahPalinUSA

  • The 57th State© ℅EF™

    I am waiting for Al Sharpie to get taken to task.

    Unlikely, huh?

  • HappyTexan

    A&E done goofed. They should be worried right now. If I was them, I would be worried.

  • KatTrak

    The thing people are ignoring is that his job is protected by the same
    Civil Rights laws that protect gays, people of color, people with
    disabilities etc. Tucked in between those classes is the word
    RELIGION. You cannot discriminate against someone in the workplace
    because of their religion. He was asked a question. According to his
    religious beliefs, he had to give a Biblical answer. So he was fired
    for following his religious beliefs. I don’t think the Robertsons
    should stay with A&E, I think they should sue A&E.