Phil Robertson gave an amazingly colorful speech at Friday's CPAC.
Phil Robertson is famous for unapologetically saying whatever is on his mind and riding the backlash like a boss.
At Friday's conservative gathering, Phil Robertson had a lot of interesting things to say.
Phil Robertson said things like, "You say, 'What do you call the 110 million people who have sexually transmitted illnesses?' It's the revenge of the hippies! Sex, drugs, and rock and roll have come back to haunt us in a bad way. I report you decide."
Quite the message, right?
Phil Robertson also said, "You want a godly, biblical, medically safe option? One man, one woman, married for life. I'm trying to help you for crying out loud, America! If I didn't care about you, why would I bring this up? I wouldn't care!"
Phil Robertson did, however, give a pretty decent speech on capitalism and what the voters should be looking for in a republican candidate.
To sum it up, Phil Robertson says that candidate will carry a Bible and won't necessarily be wearing a suit.
Phil Robertson also implored the possible candidates in the room to cling to what matters in order to lead the country properly.
He said, "Some people studied the Constitution to uphold it. But there are some who study it so that they can circumvent it, right? Stand on the Bible. Stand on the Constitution. Don't budge. Hold onto your weapons."
Phil Robertson holds the opinion of many a grass roots conservative, but are his views of the next Republican candidate too extreme to be feasible in an actual political campaign?
What do you think? Is he on point or off his camouflage-colored rocker?