The Morning Quote

Screw-you, cha-cha-cha

Comrade Stupid was on Petunia & Pals to show his deep feelings towards the Flag and the National Anthem:

I think that’s good, I don’t think people should be staying in locker rooms … You have to stand proudly for the national anthem or you shouldn’t be playing, you shouldn’t be there — maybe you shouldn’t be in the country … The NFL owners did the right thing if that’s what they’ve done.”

Nothing like forcing the white team owners to tell the black workers that they cannot express themselves AND saying to deport ’em if they get uppity. And also/too: there is no patriotism like forced patriotism.

Of course, CNNMoney goes where no one dares:

“Now that the NFL has ruled that players can’t kneel, the protests can no longer be used as an excuse for poor ratings.”

Yeah. That’s the big issue.

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6 Responses to The Morning Quote

  1. Condi says:

    Expect BIGLY YUGE lawsuit the NFL will lose; no U.S.C. code states one must stand for the anthem OR the flag; the verbiage used is should.
    Freedom of speeh is still the law of the and…


  2. Honestly fuck’em. Hope they all go broke and the cities that have been robbed blind by those fuckers come to their senses and ride ’em out of town on a rail.

    Won’t happen except in my fondest fantasies, but a boy can always hope..


  3. Buttemilk Sky says:

    It’s called “symbolic speech” and it’s covered by that annoying First Amendment. The Supremes say so. If burning a flag is legal, so is respectfully kneeling. NFL Players Association, time to step up.


  4. MDavis says:

    Where does he think he can deport the players to?


  5. Randall says:

    One of the most important freedoms that our flag stands for is the right to protest the flag.


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