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Steady Duckcalls of Support: Palin, Cruz, Jindal, Huckabee, Gingrich, Limbaugh, Levine, Savage, House Candidates Support Duck

Public Advocate was the first actual group to officially support Duck Dynasty with its call to arms to its members in a direct response message early Thursday.

We do credit and thank former and future Presidential candidates for taking a stand earlier.

Guardian Liberty Voice reports:

In the recent days since Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson made comments against homosexual acts there has been quite a stir over whether his statements were simply freedom of speech or slander against the gay community. While Phil Robertson and his family

have been standing strong behind their beliefs A&E, the network that hosted the show, have been less than understanding by banning Phil from the network indefinitely. But while television networks and fans alike battle it out over Phil's treatment since the comments many political figures have actually began to defend Duck Dynasty stating that letting Phil speak openly, correctly upholds the constitution as they speak out for his cause.

Amongst one of the first government representatives to back Phil Robertson in his remarks was former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and her daughter Bristol. They said that government was denying their right to free

speech and that they would back the family, when posting comments on Facebook.

(...PA note: This has been followed by Cruz, Jindal, Huckabee, a dozen pro-family groups, Limbaugh, Savage, Hannity, Levin and other talk show hosts, and now several Congressional candidates.)

Duck Dynasty has not only won the hearts of many viewers but it has also become a crutch for political candidates working

to make it through elections. Does that make Duck Dynastypolitically correct?

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