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Saturday, January 27, 2018

The NFL Just Spit On Veterans and Lied To America

The NFL has rejected an ad by a veterans group encouraging players to stand for the National Anthem … and by doing so, demonstrated that either:

1) The decision makers in the NFL have suffered one too many concussions and are clearly incapable of logic


2) Liberalism, which I’d argue is a dangerous mental disorder, has spread like a cancer to the point where those inflicted with it are no longer capable of adult-ing their way through life.

NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy defended the league’s decision to ban the American Veterans’ advertisement: “It’s never been a place for advertising that could be considered by some as a political statement.”

Interesting. Because all season long, the NFL has been suffering dramatic declines in viewership and attendance because:

1) Idiot players have been taking a knee and disrespecting our flag, our veterans, and our police officers while shoving their politics down our throats

2) Spineless coaches are too afraid of the PC Police to make the SMART business decision of canning said idiot players.

We have a simple part of our company policy. If we’re at a company event and you don’t stand for the National Anthem but rather take a knee … you’re fired.

It’s not difficult.



Anonymous said...

Happy note players taking knees will have brain damage. 99 percent chance they currently suffering from it already. White owners making the black man hit each other for sport liberals cheering. Ironic

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Obama!

Anonymous said...

@11:34 and even funnier they do it for NON guaranteed contracts

Anonymous said...

I have a different take on this. The football players are right. All of you on this blog are ALSO right. If you took each issue that has been raised and discussed them individually I think there would be agreement between both sides. After all, illegal search + seizure, "victimless" crimes, police brutality, most of the things being discussed are our issues to.
The way this argument has been framed, by a media that loves to see us divided, is that the whole thing is about respect for the flag. The flag is a symbol. It represents different things to different people.
The discussion needs to be about the issues and not the symbol. We can agree on the issues.