Thursday, October 15, 2009

Fans Consider boycott of NFL and NFL Sponsors over Limbaugh

Led by discredited race baiters "Hymie Town" Jessie Jackson and Twayna Brawley Al "Crown Heights" Sharpton ,racist in the NFL made unfounded accusation's against radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh preventing him from joining a group in buying the St. Louis Rams .

In the tradition of Dan Rather and on the theory that if you say a lie often enough and enough people repeat it over and over ,it some how makes it true . ESPN joined CNN in keeping alive the “racist “ allegations ,presenting them as though they were fact when in reality they were entirely fictitious .

The problem is that the comments attributed to Limbaugh were never made by Limbaugh .These comments were apparently entirely made up by Limbaugh critics. While noone in the media has questions the dubious nature of the involvement of Jackson or Sharpton who both clearly have there issues with race Limbaugh was pronounced guilty as charged because of the seriousness of the charge.

Insiders tell us that fans of both the NFL and Limbaugh are considering a boycott of NFL teams or NFL sponsors. The railroading and defamation of Limbaugh by CNN and ESPN is both an affront to Limbaugh’s 20 million plus listeners as well as all American’s ability to exercise there right to speak there mind. I suggest the NFL would be wise to focus on players off field antics if they are looking to improve there league image .

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Friday, October 2, 2009


U.S. President Barack Obama's politically risky Olympics gamble failed to bring home the gold on Friday, with the Olympics committee's refusal to grant the 2016 Summer Games to his hometown Chicago.

After Investing so much of his personal persona in bringing the Olympics to the City of Chicago ,this latest failure only adds fuel to the fire that the pro government media image of President Obama is not what others see and he once again falls far short of all the hype.Yes we were told over and over that this man would bring hope and change ,and move the earth with the power of his persuasive personality but so far the hope is fleeting and rapidly turning to despair while the the change for most Americans seems mostly for the worse.

I have been to both Chicago and Rio on many occasions and I like both cities but RIO is my soul city and I couldn't be more delighted .Now is not time for regrets but time to wish the very best for Rio and the very best for Brazil and offer a hardly congratulations!!

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