Hysterical Headlines (Funny or Absurd) for November 27th:

Hysterical Headlines (Funny or Absurd) for November 27th:   

Bottom Line: These are your daily doses of nonsense from the generally godless, soulless and slanderous (GSS) media...   

Excerpt: In the 10 months since President Trump took office, we have seen a discouraging trend away from U.S. leadership on human rights. But we can still force change. 

Umm, this is living in an altered state of reality. Under the prior administration we had the strengthening of North Korea into a legitimate threat to stability. We had Libya fall into the hands of terrorists. We had Syrian catastrophe's near daily. We had the rise of the "JV team" known as ISIS that's been responsible for killing over 100,000 innocent people. But why let facts get in the way of political nonsense right? We've made meaningful progress on all of those accounts btw... 

What, that crazy notion that one's innocent until proven guilty? Regardless of what you think of the Roy Moore situation, it's important to note that if the court of public opinion had anything to say about the way of the world - legally speaking - Hillary Clinton and James Comey would already be behind bars for life. Solid majorities of Americans in polling over the past year and a half have indicated that they believe both are guilty of various felonious acts. Don't get me wrong. That's not meant to be a defense of Moore's behavior. Just a level of pragmatism as to what separates our country from "mob rule". 

Excerpt: There was a time, not long ago, when the NFL was the most unifying public institution we had. No matter your political or demographic persuasion, the one thing you could find to talk about with someone was football.  Liberals think it’s dangerous, classist, totalitarian, and cruel. Conservatives think it’s pandering, too “politically correct.” 

This isn't complicated really. If at the end of any sporting event we're talking about the officiating of the game, rather than the game itself, somethings wrong. Officials should never be the story of sport outcomes. It's not why people tune in. People tune in to be entertained. There's nothing entertaining about millionaire athletes conducting political protests. Period. If protests, the commissioner's poor handling of everything in the league, owners squabbling over how to handle the national anthem etc. continues to be the biggest story week in and week out...yes, it'll be the end of the NFL as you know it. If they realize that customers don't pay to watch political protests, it'll probably continue. The rest of it is more nonsense than not. Football has never been the sport of pacifistic leftists to begin with... 

Until tomorrow... 

 

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