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"Miss Kay" gets wedding ring after about 50 years

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Better late than never.  The adage may fit fine for the Duck Dynasty founding family.  After nearly 50 years of marriage, "Miss Kay" now has a wedding ring.  Phil Robertson finally gave his wife a ring this Christmas.  Their grand daughter, Sadie, tweeted a photo of the couple and ring Christmas Day.  The caption read, "Papaw Phil finally gave Mamaw Kay a wedding ring for Christmas."

The patriarch of the Duck Dynasty is still floating in controversy.  Although Phil is back on the show, gay rights groups are sounding off.  Several are blasting A&E for deciding to allow Phil to continue to appear on the show.  The gay rights group GLAAD feels A&E has chosen profits over social concerns by bringing Robertson back after his comments on gays.

The initial move to suspend him, also got grief from the other side.  Free speech proponents and conservatives were furious about the decision.  "Duck Dynasty" is A&E's highest-rated show and set a reality show record for cable with nearly 12 million viewers for its fourth-season debut this past summer.
   

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