Friday, July 28, 2017

The NFL Pays for It's Corporate Virtue Signaling

Who knew all the BS and Drama with Kapernick would have an effect?

6 comments:

Purge187 said...

Kapernick is a spoiled brat who fails to realize that he could never be nearly as successful in whatever country his ancestors came from as he has been here.

YIH said...

The bottom line is simple, he had his best season leading the Niners to it's first Super Bowl defeat. It's been all downhill from there. It wasn't the BLM protesting that got him fired and not offered another job, it was poor performance. All he was known for last year was his non-game antics.
If he was a top quarterback all that crap would have simply been mildly annoying, but on the field, he sucked.
If he were a top player he could be an outright crackhead and would people would still love him.

A Texan said...

One nice thing I can say about Kapernick is that to his credit, despite his silly antics about oppression while becoming a multimillionaire, he has never to been jail or implicated in beating or raping or assaulting anyone. Too bad the NFL won't set an example with their criminal element in their overpaid ranks.

Anonymous said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUaaqxh-12A

Un Americano said...

The Market has done it, yet again.

David Reynolds said...

Unless politics is your business, it is best to keep it out of your business. The NFL and Colin Kaepernick is learning the hard way. Everyone can talk about Kaepernick's right of free speech all day long. He does not have the right to be an NFL quarterback. The reason why Kaepernick is not signed by a team is because he is bad for business right now.