Larry the Cable Guy has never been shy about speaking his mind, and today, he’s defending the right of “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson to do the very same:
Neither Phil nor his family have anything to apologize for.
(Worth noting that Glenn Beck has offered the Robertsons a home at TheBlaze TV.)
Bingo. The beauty of choice is that you get to, you know, choose. Don’t like it? Find something else.
Yep. Robertson knows that ultimately, he answers to God. Not to the Outrage Police.
Phil Robertson has made clear time and time again that his faith and family are what truly matter to him.
We live in the Age of Pajama Boy.
Correct. As Robertson said, “I would never treat anyone with disrespect just because they are different from me. We are all created by the Almighty and like Him, I love all of humanity. We would all be better off if we loved God and loved each other.” There’s nothing remotely offensive about preaching love for mankind.
The sin of omission.
Exactly. A&E was aware of the Robertsons’ strong religious beliefs from the get-go. The fact that the network is caving to pressure from pot-stirring groups like GLAAD is just plain pathetic — and cowardly.
That’s what you get when you allow political correctness to be mistaken for basic human decency.
Trolls gonna troll, of course:
No it isn’t. At least not in the America we know.