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I am in love with the Robertson family of W. Monroe Louisana. Apparently, I have some company. "Duck Dynesty" was the breakway #1 cable TV show in the country last week, and taking on killer numbers against the networks.

A lot of people are throwing Willie's name in the political arena, and while he says he is interested, he just can't manage a Congressional run right now.


The country needs our camo clad long-haired NON-HIPPIE friend.

“Duck Dynasty’s” Willie Robertson says talk of a possible House bid was news  to him and that he’s “kind of busy right now” to hit the campaign trail.

The A&E reality TV star was responding to a report that GOP strategists  were eyeing him to run for the seat of Rep. Rodney Alexander (R-La.), who announced  his retirement last week.

“Yeah, I heard today that I was doing that,” Robertson told the hosts of Fox  News Channel’s “The Five” during a Tuesday appearance, “It was very interesting,  yeah, news to me.”

He added, “I’m kind of busy right now. I got a lot going on.”

Robertson, 41, whose family made their  fortune by creating products for duck hunters, was less tight-lipped about his  potential 2016 presidential pick. The Creole State native told “The Five” hosts,  “We’ll see who comes out. I’m curious to know about Jindal. That’s my guy,  Louisiana.” 

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) has not declared his intention to run for  president in the next election.

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