For those who are unaware, Duck Dynasty is a TV program aired on the A&E cable network. It chronicles the everyday lives of the Robertson family of Louisiana. They turned the production of the simple “Duck Call” into a multimillion-dollar enterprise.

This show is like a redneck reality Seinfeld. It’s really about nothing, but it is entertaining and has smashed all sorts of records for viewing audience. It’s a huge hit. I personally enjoy it.

Now, as you may be aware, Phil Robertson, in his late 60s, is the patriarch of the family and the founder of “Duck Commander” the name of the duck call company.

Watching the show, one soon realizes, these are real people – not actors. As such, they will and do speak their minds.

And this is what Phil Robertson did in a “gotcha” interview with GQ magazine. No doubt this was set up by the A&E people and frankly I’m stunned that Mr. Robertson agreed to be interviewed.

Anyway, the outspoken self-professed redneck made a statement of his opinion regarding homosexuality and how he thought it was a sin and unnatural.

Well, this didn’t sit well with the homosexual community. They evidently made a big stink and demanded something be done.

So the pansies (oh, was that offensive?) at A&E acquiesced to the demands and have suspended Phil indefinitely from the show. Shocking! The executives at the “Arts and Entertainment” network suspended a redneck.

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