Who thinks like this? And based on what? College, high school, arena, or just the NFL? Player salaries? Quarterbacks? Are all players equal in their importance? Are black people even the majority of players? I honestly didn't know until I quickly looked. Does it matter? And Why if it does?Glimmerjim wrote:Football in particular is a sport dominated by the black man.
And nobody has to work for people like her. Why would she get one marquis player? Why would fans ever watch a team that is can't attract any good players? Etc. etc.Glimmerjim wrote:If strict tongue straightjackets are not in place you run the risk of creating animosity between the financially controlling Marge Schotts(?) and the other 98% of the active football establishment, from uniform guy to defensive coaches.
This is all self correcting, but the control freaks just have to control everything and the excuses are just BS cover for their need to control everything they wish to control which is driven largely by their emotions. I hate that guy, so screw him and his rights. Besides, taking his rights away is good for the sport or good for society or good for whatever anyways, so I'm just doing it for altruistic reasons anyways and to hell with this quaint notion of rights protecting those people and things we despise.
After all the world needs lampshades more than it needs people we hate.
The rights of those we hate are just as sacred as the rights of ourselves. Once we cease even aspiring to that, it's pretty much hopeless.