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Published on Jan 16, 2014
Back in December of 2013, Phil Robertson, a member of the hit show "Duck Dynasty", was attacked by gay rights activists for expressing his views of homosexuals in an interview. All over America, fans and supporters were there to defend Phil, and Public Advocate was on the front lines. Immediately after the announcement that Phil was to be taken off of "Duck Dynasty", Public Advocate launched a petition to restore Phil to the show, and accumulated tens of thousands of supporters.
In addition to this, Public Advocate created a parody song in support of Phil Robertson. Eugene Delgaudio, President of Public Advocate, said, "Thank you to F.R. Duplantier for lyrics. Today we post words to a new song, in the tradition of previous parody songs, of 'The Ballad of Phil Robertson', a commentary on the assault on the Robertson family and their right to freely speak their beliefs under the first amendment."
Words to Public Advocate's "The Ballad of Phil Robertson", sung to the tune of the Beverly Hillbillies Theme Song:
Come and listen to a story About a man with facial hair, A reality show A&E put on the air.
Then one day He was doin' an interview And hell broke loose 'Cause he said something true.
About sin, bad deeds, depravity.
Well, the first thing you know Old Phil's a miscreant. The Gay Lobby said, "That man's intolerant."
Said "Callin' sinners sinners Is a kind of bigotry." So they gave poor Phil a dose Of their reality.
Tried to, that is. Didn't work. Backfired.
Now its time to say GOD BLESS to Phil and all his kin They would like to thank you folks for kindly dropping in
You're all invited back again to this locality to have a heeping helping of their hospitality.
America's Duck Dynasty.That's what we all call them now. Nice Folks. You all tune in.
Public Advocate is not Affiliated with Duck Dynasty, A&E Network, or Phil Robertson.