A Duck Dynasty Disaster

Dated: 12/20/2013

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Not the triple D's you were thinking of, but still a big deal! The Duck Commander, Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty is now suspended from A&E TV. A&E the creators of the show Duck Dynasty heard an interview where Phil talked about his religious beliefs toward homosexuals, and now it EXPLODED into a mess! Each member of the Dynasty is very religious, and this was no surprise to hear what he had to say. If you don't like what someone has to say, then maybe you shouldn't ask the questions. This TV show is a great success and after hearing the interview with Barbara Walters, I like this family. I hope the Dynasty gets out of their contract with A&E, and moves on to another channel. If you didn't hear what the Duck Commander said watch it here. 
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Rick Saparito Jr

I grew up in Broward County, Florida close to Ft. Lauderdale Beach. Toward the end of my senior year of High School my family moved to Barnegat, New Jersey where I met my wife Maryellen. We have 5 kid....

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