I don't agree with Phil's comments and he had no right saying it.
I don't agree with Phil's comment's but defend his right to say it.
I agree with Phil's comments and defend his right to say it.
A&E had no right to suspend Phil.
A&E has a right to suspend Phil but I don't agree with it.
A&E has a right to suspend Phil and I agree with it.
It's a question of "freedom of speech" and very important.
Phil's beard is too weird, which makes him a slave to fame.
Did you think that all of television is going to collapse following that suspension?
looks like he knew what he was getting into. so probably nothing. besides, the guy is fairly bigoted against those not of his culture (all the yuppie comments for example), so he probably is enjoying the stir a bit. Still a cool guy in my opinion, despite his flaws, but we all got flaws.
Phil is similar to the Dixie Chicks in that they're not being smart about mixing political views with their profession of entertainment. I don't like it when any of those famous people use their notoriety as a platform to express their ideas. Clooney, Penn, Sarandon, Jolie etc are numb-nuts. If there job was op-ed, then fine otherwise their views don't impress me one way or the other.
Einstein, "science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."
He had a right to say what he said. GLAAD had a right to respond to what he said. A&E had a right to suspend him. It also looks like A&E had warned Phil about being so outspoken. So pretty much all this equals is a big deal about people having the right to do something and no one's rights being violated. The only positive thing that can come out of this is reality TV dies.
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