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Larry The Cable Guy: People Should Mind Their Business On Gay Marriage

Larry The Cable Guy: People Should Mind Their Business On Gay Marriage By On Top Magazine Staff; Published: July 23, 2013 Comedian Daniel Whitney, known by his stage character Larry the Cable Guy, believes people should mind their own business when it comes to gay marriage. During an interview with Larry King, Whitney, 50, said that he was a "libertarian conservative." "Leave me alone," King said, referring to the libertarian philosophy. "Yeah, pretty much. Mind your own business," Whitney responded. "That's one thing I can't figure out about the country lately is, why can't people mind their own business?" "Do you care if gays play football or get married?" King asked. "You know I'm so sick of hearing about gay this, gay that. I could care less. It ain't affecting my life at all. Yeah, it gets so irritating." "I wish people would … I don't know when we turned in to a nation of 3-year-old babies. But everything offends everybody, everything offends. We live in the free-est, greatest country in the world. That's why there's so many people bitching about stuff, because they got it too good in this country. Those other countries, you don't hear them bitching. You know why? Because they gotta go out and try to find something to eat. That's why." "Live your life, leave other people alone, and just enjoy your life. Enjoy being an American, it's a great country. Why you gotta complain about everything?" (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)


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