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Published: Thursday, Dec. 19 2013 11:56 a.m. MST

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the truth
Holladay, UT

@Kalindra

I have never heard of that boycott, and you have not given any and all of the facts and details and the context to draw analogies or conclusions.

How can the left ever be taken seriously when they are constantly hiding the details and making up there own stories?

postaledith
Freeland, WA

I applaud A&E for not allowing anti-gay and racial comments on Duck Dynasty and putting Phil Robertson on indefinite suspension. I have enjoyed programs on A&E for years and I respect and support their decision.

Bob K
porland, OR

Folks, it's the Entertainment Business -- full of phonys and bad guys.

The Duck Dynasty guys posed for family photos looking like Tommy Bahama ads, before they came up with the fake hillbilly act. Phil has a Masters Degree in Education.

We have NO way of knowing whether they are Christians, or whether Phil just picked up on an act that would sell well, and went overboard with offensive comments he may not even believe in himself.

Believing in these folks as real Christians and the same as you is like believing that Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball lived in a little apartment in New York.

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