Cool, Now Bristol Palin Has Some "Duck Dynasty" Ignorance to Share

12/22/2013 8:30 AM PST, by
Look, everybody, it's time to talk about "Duck Dynasty" and furiously type about freedom of speech again! Won't this be fun? Isn't this what you always wanted?! Good, then let's get right to it. Bristol Palin wrote up this whole thing about her feelings on the matter, and guys, they are pretty darn silly:

Everyone needs to leave Phil Robertson alone for expressing his beliefs. I think it’s so hypocritical how the LGBT community expects every single flippen person to agree with their life style.  This flies in the face of what makes America great – people can have their own beliefs and own opinions and their own ways of life.

Everyone needs to treat others like God would, with love.  

It goes both ways.

I hate how the LGBT community says it’s all about “love” and “equality.” However, if you don’t agree with their lifestyle, they spread the most hate. It is so hypocritical it makes my stomach turn. They need to learn how to respect others’ opinions and not just jump to the conclusion that everyone who doesn’t support homosexuality and gay marriage is homophobic.

They take the easy way out every time anyone speaks out about their beliefs on the Bible.

If I were Duck Dynasty, I would take my show to another channel.

So much disrespect.

Have you ever seen so much ignorance in your life? It's hard to "respect others' opinions" when they tell you that you're going to hell for loving someone, and it's not exactly treating someone "with love" to deny them basic human rights. And it's not like "their life style" is something that's terrible and scary, or even like it affects anyone else in any way, so there's nothing to "agree with." No one needs your permission to live their life, Bristol Palin, no matter what you might think. All you have to do is do to others what you would have done to you. Does that little idea ring a bell?

Bristol, and all those who agree with Bristol, one more time, just in case you haven't picked up on this yet: it's not disrespectful to fight for equality, and it's not hate if you disagree with someone who tries to tell you that your whole entire life is wrong. If you spout out homophobia like this, then you're going to get an earful. And that's not spreading hate, that's just trying to remove some of this intense ignorance. Because really, why is this such a difficult concept to grasp?

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