Dare he say he is not a fan.
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I’m not a fan of Duck Dynasty. There, I said it. I know that’s not something a conservative is supposed to say because we’re all stereotypes in the eyes of progressives, but I had to unburden myself of that. It’s nothing personal, it’s just, to steal a line from Bob Dylan, not my cup of meat. So when I first heard the story that Robertson patriarch Phil made “anti-gay remarks,” I didn’t really care. Most Americans didn’t care either. But, as my friend Erick Erickson says, “You will be made to care.”

The Robertsons are Christians, like most Americans. But unlike most Americans who answer polls about their faith, the Robertsons mean it. That makes them a threat to progressives. Anyone anywhere who puts something, especially God, ahead of the progressive agenda of government dominance over the individual, particularly when that person has a platform to expose others to it, must be destroyed. It’s now progressives roll.

Within hours of Phil Robertson’s crude paraphrasing of widely known Christian doctrine, A & E (the network that airs Duck Dynasty) announced it had suspended him from the show “indefinitely.”


Robertson didn’t pick up a gun and start shooting gay people. Mass shootings and violence are staples of the progressive left, not conservatives. So why must he be punished?