phil robertson will bring out crazies...

phil robertson will bring out crazies against CHRISTIANS

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wow

Miami, FL

#1 Dec 22, 2013
at your place of employment if they find out you are a christian, they will go to the office and tell your bosses and supervisors that you made statements that you did not make;
just because you are a christian, and they know what jesus and the bible stands for. the evil lies of the left will be scattered from corporations to restaurants to factorys to garages and everywhere.
this a & e duck dynasty will cause them to declar an open war on christianity.
we all know your application and employment is supposed to guarantee you equal oportunity but if they band together and lie and say they heard you say things you did not say, they can cost you your job.
DumbA

Liberty, KY

#2 Dec 22, 2013
The dynasty has come to an end.
They will craw back into the hole from which they came.
unlondon

London, KY

#3 Dec 22, 2013
wow wrote:
at your place of employment if they find out you are a christian, they will go to the office and tell your bosses and supervisors that you made statements that you did not make;
just because you are a christian, and they know what jesus and the bible stands for. the evil lies of the left will be scattered from corporations to restaurants to factorys to garages and everywhere.
this a & e duck dynasty will cause them to declar an open war on christianity.
we all know your application and employment is supposed to guarantee you equal oportunity but if they band together and lie and say they heard you say things you did not say, they can cost you your job.
Oh honey give London Ky a bandwagon to hop on the citizens downtown will organize a buffet on the courthouse lawn , whether it be good or bad.
uuummm

London, KY

#4 Dec 22, 2013
Let me ask you all this...

Why did the great Christian Phil Robertson sign a contract that limited what he could say about his religion?

I'll tell you why. COLD. HARD. CASH.

That's why.

And now of course we get a bunch crying about the war on Christians freedom of speech and the war on Christians in general...

Malarkey.

If you want to speak freely then don't take money to keep your mouth shut!
man

Corbin, KY

#5 Dec 22, 2013
amen,it was about the money and he broke a contract which should bring a law suit,plus take a bath and clean up,being clean is godly,nasty looking bunch,o did I judge
lets get this right

Jeffersonville, IN

#6 Dec 22, 2013
so you seen the contract? is that how you know he broke his terms on it?
thats funny being as its not been put any where on the internet!
how can you say he broke his contract when you aint seen it!?
none of us has!
he was talking to gq magazine and it wasnt nothing to do with the show itself. lol!
all you liars and armchair attorneys make me lmao! haha!

Since: Sep 09

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#7 Dec 22, 2013
Fruitloops are only for the right to freedom of speech if they agree with what has been said. If they disagree with what's said they react in a totally different way and they suddenly oppose free speech.

Think I'm exaggerating? I can give an example that's identical to what is occurring with Duck Dynasty. The fruitloops are screaming it's wrong to put Robertson off the show for giving his opinion. But when the Dixie Chicks, who were at the top of the music charts at the time, stated they were against going to war in Iraq the same fruitloops demanded country radio stations stop playing their music and that the music company fire them.

I'm sorta lost on the difference between the two (Duck Dynasty and Dixie Chicks) concerning freedom of speech. Or is this just another example of redneck hypocrisy?

But personally I think all this with Duck Dynasty is very likely a publicity stunt.

Since: Sep 09

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#8 Dec 22, 2013
I would like to add to what I said about this might be a publicity stunt. I do think it may be. But I think it got out of hand. The Robertson's are brilliant at making money. They so far have never made any business mistakes, none that I can tell. I cannot see Robertson saying something like this in a media interview without a reason for it. But I think they failed to realize how crazy fruitloops can be and the publicity stunt went out of control.

Look at how it's increased sales of Duck Dynasty merchandise and increased viewers for their TV show. It’s worth a fortune in advertising and it’s not costing them a penny. But like I said, they failed to see how crazy fruitloops can be and things are getting out of their control.
FYI

Pella, IA

#10 Dec 22, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
I would like to add to what I said about this might be a publicity stunt. I do think it may be. But I think it got out of hand. The Robertson's are brilliant at making money. They so far have never made any business mistakes, none that I can tell. I cannot see Robertson saying something like this in a media interview without a reason for it. But I think they failed to realize how crazy fruitloops can be and the publicity stunt went out of control.
Look at how it's increased sales of Duck Dynasty merchandise and increased viewers for their TV show. It’s worth a fortune in advertising and it’s not costing them a penny. But like I said, they failed to see how crazy fruitloops can be and things are getting out of their control.
I agree 110%
uuummm

London, KY

#13 Dec 22, 2013
welp wrote:
<quoted text>he signed a contract to limit what he could say during filming of the show.
but when he stated his beliefs, it wasn't during a filming of their shows.
so he did not break any contracts.
now who's the looney?
go phil!
No. Generally, these contracts say something like he won't do anything to damage the A&E name. Whether on the show or off.

Why would a Christian agree to tone down his religious beliefs for money?

Why are other Christians condoning this?
8 oclock

Tazewell, TN

#14 Dec 22, 2013
uuummm wrote:
<quoted text>
No. Generally, these contracts say something like he won't do anything to damage the A&E name. Whether on the show or off.
Why would a Christian agree to tone down his religious beliefs for money?
Why are other Christians condoning this?
"Why would a Christian agree to tone down his religious beliefs for money?"
How do you know that he did?
We do not know what the contract said.
Phil Robertson is too intelligent to get caught up in something that would cost him
money.
I believe he knows what he's doing.
pat

Eubank, KY

#15 Dec 22, 2013
...Phil Robertson is the typical Christian, he skips parts of the bible to fit his way of thinking...example?
1 Corinthians 11:14, "Does not the very nature of things teach you that if a man has long hair, it is a disgrace to him"
....and old Phil surely doesn't want to read Mark 10:25, " it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God."
...typical!
...all those dudes a college yuppies!...get on google to view some of their early years before the show and you'll see typical white upper class yuppies!...they grew beards and all of a sudden they're some hard core rednecks....what a joke and how easily people are fooled....it's called reality television, and not a damn bit of it is reality besides the fact the they do sell objects for men to blow into...maybe that is why Phil is so insecure !?#....wake up people.
Follower of SuckUp

London, KY

#16 Dec 23, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
I would like to add to what I said about this might be a publicity stunt. I do think it may be. But I think it got out of hand. The Robertson's are brilliant at making money. They so far have never made any business mistakes, none that I can tell. I cannot see Robertson saying something like this in a media interview without a reason for it. But I think they failed to realize how crazy fruitloops can be and the publicity stunt went out of control.
Look at how it's increased sales of Duck Dynasty merchandise and increased viewers for their TV show. It’s worth a fortune in advertising and it’s not costing them a penny. But like I said, they failed to see how crazy fruitloops can be and things are getting out of their control.
And we would all like to add; you would suck 13 for the price of 12 and swear they are always after "me lucky charms".
larry craig

London, KY

#17 Dec 23, 2013
Follower of SuckUp wrote:
<quoted text>
And we would all like to add; you would suck 13 for the price of 12 and swear they are always after "me lucky charms".
I got your something to suck on ...PS I know you love my balls on your chin....lmao
lol

Somerset, KY

#18 Dec 23, 2013
I'm just gonna leave what Jesus say about homosexuality right here........

Since: Sep 09

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#19 Dec 23, 2013
Robertson was planning on leaving the show. I found this from last July. Isn’t this an odd coincidence?

“Duck Dynasty's esteemed patriarch may soon be ready to hang up his hunting whistle for good. In a new interview with Parade magazine, Duck Commander founder Phil Robertson hints that he'll likely leave the A&E hit reality show in the not-too-distant future. Asked how much longer he plans to be involved, the bearded, camo-wearing duck hunter replies, "Not long." But that doesn't mean the series will end. "I think it'll go on without me," he muses.”

http://www.usmagazine.com/entertainment/news/...

Btw, A&E punished him in a strange way. Last night A&E showed the show one episode after another all night long.
truth

United States

#20 Dec 23, 2013
Phil Robertson’s recent controversial comments have drawn criticism from a wide spectrum of offended minorities.

Most inflammatory in his remarks was this infamous passage: "Start with homosexual behavior and just morph out from there. Bestiality, sleeping around with this woman and that woman and that woman and those men…Don't be deceived. Neither the adulterers, the idolaters, the male prostitutes, the homosexual offenders, the greedy, the drunkards, the slanderers, the swindlers -- they won't inherit the kingdom of God. Don't deceive yourself. It's not right."

First to weigh in was Patrick O’Malley of the Alliance of Alcoholics and Philanderers.“What is wrong with this man?” asked an astonished O’Malley between sips of whiskey.“Everybody knows this nation was built on alcohol and infidelity. I was hurt more by his comments than my wife when she found out about my 11th affair. I can’t help it if I was born adulterous, and along comes this bigot acting like it’s a choice and a wrong one at that. We have no place for judgmental people like that in today’s society.”

O’Malley’s sentiments were echoed on MSNBC by former president Bill Clinton, who said,“As a fellow Southerner, sportsman, and Christian, I am deeply disappointed by Phil’s hurtful rhetoric. There are serial rapists and adulterers out there who feel really marginalized by this kind of exclusive language. I’m here to tell them that I feel their pain.”

Speaking from the Senate floor this morning, Harry Reid commented,“I especially take offense at his comment that the greedy and the swindlers, and I quote,“won’t inherit the kingdom of God” end quote. Just what authority is he claiming here? One higher than the Senate of the United States? I urge my Republican colleagues to join me in a bipartisan effort to support a bill repealing I Corinthians 6:9 and assuring swindlers their place in Heaven.”

Achmed al-Tikriti, president of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Muslims (GLAM) spoke out passionately on the Piers Morgan Show:“As a member of the most progressive and tolerant religion on earth, I urge Phil Robertson to reconsider his damaging statements and to declare jihad on his bigotry. It was enough that A&E would not ban “in Jesus’ Name” at their unclean mealtime prayers, but this, this is more than we can bear. By the prophet, the pain is so hurtful! Make it stop!”

A message released by A&E’s Department of Tolerance stated,“We have long been strong and proud supporters of adultery, bestiality, idolatry, drunkenness, greed, slander, and swindling. We deeply regret Mr. Robertson’s slanderous libel against our minority citizens and urge him to shut up until he learns a little tolerance.”

Completely unrepentant, Mr. Robertson says he’s “happy, happy, happy” to take a stand for Christ.
pat

Eubank, KY

#21 Dec 23, 2013
...I think Phil secretly wants a foot long.
sally

London, KY

#23 Dec 23, 2013
man wrote:
amen,it was about the money and he broke a contract which should bring a law suit,plus take a bath and clean up,being clean is godly,nasty looking bunch,o did I judge
yes you did judge GOD does not look at your clothes or any thing that you wasn't born with ,he looks inside of your heart the heart and soul is what matters and I thank GOD for a man that stands up for the truth and the right THANK YOU LORD.
think about it

London, KY

#25 Dec 25, 2013
In a legal since this isn't a freedom of speech issue. Although we are entitled to freedom of speech, it doesn't always come with impunity from the public or our employer. Phil spoke his opinion and wasn't jailed or punished by the government for it. Whether or not his employer had the right to take action against him is a matter of contract, which I doubt anyone on here knows the details of. There's a difference between companies, businesses and the government when it comes to the freedom. The Bible is full of contradictions. I would like to see Phil openly debate someone who could challenge him with his own Bible. It is easy to pick out the pieces of scripture that fit our belief and preach it as truth. I do however respect that he isn't backing down from his statements because he really believes what he says. Not all Christians feel like Mr. Robertson, but, their beliefs are still attacked by extremists. I think his belief is extremely one-sided and headstrong, but, this is where the Christian community should take a stand. More and more I see the minority attack Christianity, not always without reason, and now it has finally hit a wall. I think he also made a comment about not personally seeing Blacks in the South complain about their conditions. He was clearly out of touch in that time. I was young during that time in history, but I never saw any oppression toward Blacks either. That's mainly because I wasn't around the places where they were being oppressed. Just because I didn't see it didn't mean it wasn't happening. So maybe he didn't see it, but, he wasn't blind either. Phil is kind of like the grandpa that has an old world view that offends some people who don't know him, but, the people who do know him understands he isn't a bad person. I only occasionally watch the show, but, I do like the fact they are family oriented. Although they openly convey their religious belief they don't preach at the viewer and their ending prayer is for thanks and doesn't attack anyone.

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