Duck Dynasty Star Tells GOP to ‘Get Godly’ Says ‘We’re Up Against Evil’
Duck Dynasty chieftain Phil Robertson has some advice for the GOP. They better “get Godly” or they will continue to lose elections. Robertson is not backing down in any way at all from what liberals called his “controversial” comments last year, either.
Bill Hallowell tells us…
“Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson, who recently doubled down on his views on homosexuality, clearly isn’t afraid to wade into contentious territory.
In a speech he delivered Thursday, Robertson did just that, telling the GOP to “get Godly” and decrying some of the White House’s recent actions as “downright embarrassing.”
At the heart of Robertson’s message – a half-hour speech that was delivered at the Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana – was the notion that Republicans need to get back on track by reconnecting with the Lord.
“GOP, you can’t be right for America if you’re wrong with God,” Robertson told the crowd, according to the Washington Post’s Post Politics blog. “You want to turn the Republican Party around? Get Godly.”
Robertson also insisted that we need to really start forming a colorless society.
“There’s one race on this planet, and it’s called the human race,” Robertson said. “Therefore you have no right to color-code anyone. We’re all the same family.”
Is this not what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wanted, people? Is this exactly what so-called civil rights leaders today are fighting against?
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