Josh Duggar's Parents Are Hawking an App Encouraging Men to Be Dutiful Husbands

Add this to the list of things that make you go "hmmm..." Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar are promoting an app called UNCOMMEN, which aims to encourage men to be better husbands and fathers.


It's the sort of thing that would generally be right up their alley (family values and all), except, um, that giant elephant in the room, aka their eldest son Josh Duggar. You know the one -- He molested his sisters as a young teen, and then went on to cheat on his wife Anna.

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Plus his porn addiction. Maybe Jim Bob and Michelle should have downloaded this app onto his cell phone years ago.

Take a look at the promo, and by all means, don't feel obligated to even try to take it seriously.


I'm sure the organization is great. I love when men are encouraged to spend more time with their families, to dote on their wives, and to play with their children. I think it makes for better people in the world.

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But it seems strange that Josh Duggar's parents would be promoting something like this right now, while their son still sits in a long-term rehab facility trying to deal with his sex addiction. Aren't there better things they could be doing, like whacking him upside the head praying for him? Or, even better, encouraging Anna that she doesn't have to stay with him?

It's just hard to take anything Jim Bob and Michelle say about raising good, decent men seriously these days.


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