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In the Beginning was The Word…
And today's word is Nyuk, Nyuk, Nyuk. Because A&E has totally reversed their "temporary suspension" of Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson. The free market has spoken, and profit trumps political correctness run amok every time.
Well that, and God. The Word of God was made flesh, and except in GLAAD headquarters and certain parts of Tenafly, NJ, the Truth of God's Word is immutable, regardless of what some idiot on MSNBC might tell you.
There is no Constitutional Right to not be offended. Because if there was, I'd be first in line touting the indignities thrown my way by gay goons preaching "tolerance." They hate the religious, and by projection assume we hate them. Alas their hatred has blinded them. I don't hate them, I pity them for the emptiness of their ignorance. And I pray for their salvation.
Phil Robertson never tried to impose his views on a single person. He spoke
from his heart, and he made it clear he held no ill will toward anyone. But
the vitriol hurled his way exposed homofascism as an ugly intolerant strain
of coercive groupthink. Alas, "diversity" does not mean conformity.
And the First Amendment guarantees Freedom of Religion, even if your
"religion" is buggery.
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