Letter: Network hypocritical for suspending ‘Dynasty’ star
First Published Dec 24 2013 01:01 am • Last Updated Dec 24 2013 01:01 am
Reality television shows thrive by promoting outrageous behavior and manufacturing artificial drama. But when one of the stars explains his understanding of a verse from the Holy Bible in an off-air interview, all hell breaks loose ("‘Duck Dynasty star off show after saying homosexuality a sin," Tribune, Dec. 18).
The hypocritical network suspends him. Those on the left preach broad diversity and acceptance, but apparently these values do not extend so far as to accept those who may have different beliefs and opinions.
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