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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

The 49er quarterback discussion goes on . . .

Political Cartoons by Gary Varvel

Comedian Argus Hamilton remarked: 
"San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the national anthem Friday, saying it stands for racism even though he himself was adopted and raised by white parents. He’s now in talks with Hollywood to make a movie about his childhood. It’s called Eighteen Years a Slave
The Minnesota Vikings new stadium has "a see-through roof and two gigantic jumbo screens. In addition it has a plush reclining chair on the sideline for Colin Kaepernick to sit in during the national anthem when San Francisco comes to town."
Political Cartoons by Michael Ramirez

American Thinker contributors have much to say on this:

Where is the black Democrat telling Colin Kaepernick to shut up?
This is NOT my father's Democrat Party!
. . . "Here is the worst part: His message of black victimology was unchallenged. No one in the Congressional Black Caucus stood up and called Collin out.    No one in the Democrat Party defended the police from the outrageous lies that Kaepernick said.  . . . 
. . . "At the end of the day, who cares whether Kaepernick salutes the national anthem. Let him sit down! However, he has no right to attack the integrity of our police officers or pretend to be enlightened by wearing a Fidel Castro T-shirt!"
The cowardice of Colin Kaepernick 
Does he feel any compassion for mothers and fathers wondering if this is the day their children will not return from school?  Has he ever questioned the liberal policies of the killing field cities like Chicago and Baltimore, or do only black lives killed by police matter?  
Related to this:  . . . He should also speak to Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke, who repeatedly has said, “The failed liberal government policies have led to high unemployment, chronic poverty, failing schools… Milwaukee has inescapable poverty. We’re like the sixth poorest city in America. You have massive black unemployment… You have dysfunctional families, you have father-absent homes, you have questionable lifestyle choices.”
Political Cartoons by Bob Gorrell

The banned helmet sticker:

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What Trace Adkins Did For FALLEN Cop’s Family Makes Him A HERO And Kaepernick A ZERO  "Trace Adkins and Knoxville venue the Back Porch On The Creek announced plans to donate $10,000.00 to the family of fallen Maryville Police Officer Kenny Moats.
According to concert organizers, Adkins was scheduled to perform September 2nd and $1.00 of each ticket sold would be donated to the local Fraternal Order of Police.
…Officer Moats was shot and killed while responding to a domestic disturbance call in Blount County last Thursday.
"What’s more, if you show your badge, you get in for free!"

Not a good idea: Read here.

Kaepernick: Oh, by the way, Hillary should be in jail  . . . "So, despite his obvious, logical insight into the Hillary Clinton email scandal (wisdom and insight lost on 98% of the mainstream media) we can’t celebrate this ingrate in any way whatsoever. We merely raise the topic to point out that somehow ESPN and CNN and the major broadcast networks who covered this story 24/7 since Saturday seems to have overlooked this element. That’s all."

Chargers to Greet Colin Kaepernick with a ‘Salute to the Military’ on Thursday Night 
. . . "The optics promise a startling contrast if nothing else. As one African American in red, white, and gold sits during the song another, Petty Officer 1st Class Steven Powell, in dress whites sings it. A color guard representing the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines and 240 soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines holding a massive “super flag” on the field aid the visual aspect of the performance of “The Star Spangled Banner” at Quaalcom Stadium in San Diego." . . .

SAN DIEGO, CA - SEPTEMBER 11:  A general view of the field with giant American flag during the San Diego Chargers vs. the Minnesota Vikings season-opening game on September 11, 2011 at Qualcomm Stadium in San DIego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)

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