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              This Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013 photo shows Jordan Williams, who goes by the stage name Tanzi Taylor, mixing a drink at Club Pink, a bar for Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transexual customers owned by Tommy Stewart, left, in Monroe, La.  Monroe neighbors West Monroe, the hometown of Phil Robertson, the patriarch from the popular "Duck Dynasty" series. Robertson was suspended last week for disparaging comments he made to GQ magazine about gay people.  (AP Photo/Matthew Hinton)
              This Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013 photo shows Jordan Williams, who goes by the stage name Tanzi Taylor, mixing a drink at Club Pink, a bar for Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transexual customers owned by Tommy Stewart, left, in Monroe, La. Monroe neighbors West Monroe, the hometown of Phil Robertson, the patriarch from the popular "Duck Dynasty" series. Robertson was suspended last week for disparaging comments he made to GQ magazine about gay people. (AP Photo/Matthew Hinton)   

Alabama lawmaker to honor Duck Dynasty with resolution of support

An Alabama lawmaker has plans to introduce a resolution in support of Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson during the state’s upcoming legislative session Alabama’s The Daily Home reports.

Republican State Sen. Jerry Fielding announced this week that in the wake of A&E’s suspension of Robertson from the popular show due to comments he made to GQ, he will be offering a resolution to honor Duck Dynasty after the legislative body reconvenes in January.

“Phil Robertson’s family values are shared by the vast majority of Alabamians, who are rightfully concerned by the vitriol aimed at his Christian stance,” Fielding said, according The Daily Home.

“There’s a clear double standard in the media favoring a liberal worldview. When it’s used to silence and punish Christians for stating their beliefs, that’s when we must defend the rights of individuals to exercise their free speech without fear of politically-motivated repercussion,” he said. “I join thousands across Alabama and our country by standing with Phil Robertson, and urge A&E to reverse their action against him.”

In the interview with GQ, Robertson was frank about his beliefs and what constitutes a sin.

“It seems like, to me, a vagina—as a man—would be more desirable than a man’s anus,” Robertson told GQ. “That’s just me. I’m just thinking: There’s more there! She’s got more to offer. I mean, come on, dudes! You know what I’m saying? But hey, sin: It’s not logical, my man. It’s just not logical.”

Fielding posted the resolution in its entirety on Facebook. It slams political correctness and commends Robertson as a “hero” for his courage.

WHEREAS, renown entrepreneur, Louisiana outdoorsman, and reality television star Phil Robertson has positively impacted countless lives through the powerful testimony of his steadfast faith in Jesus Christ and how it has transformed his life; and

WHEREAS, Phil Robertson, along with his family, who are featured on the reality television show, Duck Dynasty, have served as ambassadors of the love and grace of the Heavenly Father through their exemplary lives on and off the camera; they have used their fame as a platform to promote wholesome ideals involving family and home life and worship of the Lord; and

WHEREAS, recently, Phil has received backlash for expressing his personal views on homosexuality that were based on scripture in the Bible in an interview with GQ Magazine; ultimately, the Arts and Entertainment Network (A&E) punished him for his beliefs and suspended him indefinitely from the reality television show, Duck Dynasty, even though he did not address his views in correlation with the program; and

WHEREAS, a portion of the politically correct populous, which strongly encourages tolerance and open-mindedness, is now contradicting themselves with extreme intolerance and close-mindedness towards Phil and his personal beliefs, which stem from his rock-solid Christian faith; and