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Film critic Richard Roeper: Most Phil Robertson supporters don't understand definition of 'intolerance'; Updated

Film critic Richard Roeper recently tweeted about “Duck Dynasty,” referring to the show as “poorly contrived crapola.” Today, Roeper expressed his low tolerance for the opinion of Phil Robertson while taking it upon himself to educate Robertson’s supporters on the definition of “intolerance”:

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Fortunately for the hayseed peasantry, Roeper is here to educate:

And with that, Roeper called an end to his foray into the Phil Robertson/”Duck Dynasty” controversy because he’s up to here with all the intolerance, or something.

Update:

Roeper later wanted to make this clarification, which is a fair point:

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