Blabbering, Sanctimonious hypocrisy, Mark II July 23, 2007Posted by Administrator in Cultural Pessimism, Idiots, Liberal Hypocrisy, Liberal self-loathing, Sports.
Peter King of cnnsi.com is sounding off, and the idiocy continues:
I know the Falcons are deeply worried about the circus that training camp would be if Vick were on the field. There is concern over security at the 50-acre training-camp site and training complex in Flowery Branch, 40 minutes north of Atlanta. Would metal detectors be needed? Would critical signs be allowed? If Vick were scheduled to take the field on Friday, it’s conceivable the Falcons would have to spend thousands — and work nearly round the clock before then — to ensure the security and safety of players and fans at camp, and to make sure the team could do its job in some sort of productive and harmonious way. “The work would get done, but I can’t imagine getting booed at your own training camp,” one longtime Falcon told me Saturday. “I guess you’d get used to it, but I don’t know.”
I am sure that the Falcons have every right to be worried in this bass-ackwards, PZ Myers-inspired idiot culture we live in. Arthur Blank is going to have to penalize Vick for a) making Blank look like an idiot, and b) putting the Falcons in an untenable position.
That said, check this again:
the Falcons would have to spend thousands — and work nearly round the clock before then — to ensure the security and safety of players and fans at camp, and to make sure the team could do its job in some sort of productive and harmonious way.
In the name of heaven, what in our culture has rendered this over dogfights when helpless children are murdered every day???? When women are abused, objectified and raped by these very same players. . .yet no one, not even Amanda Marcotte and NOW, march at training camps over this issue.
Sanctimonious, blithering hypocrisy. Almost all of it.
“In light of the seriousness of the charges, I believe that Mr. Vick should be suspended from the league, effective immediately.”
— Former Democratic presidential nominee and current Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, in a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
I have one thing to say about this idiot sounding off:
Then there’s this:
“I am confident that the hottest places in hell are reserved for the souls of sick and brutal people who hold God’s creatures in such cruel and brutal contempt.”
— West Virginia Sen. Robert Byrd, on those who participate in dogfighting and raise dogs for dogfighting.
God help us all. THIS idiot deserves not only,
But also deserves a fine does of:
This clown used to belong to the KKK. He held up Congress for days on end so that the Civil Rights Bill would not get passed back in the ’60s. He is four-square, as a good Demobat, in favor of abortion. And he has the gall to say this? About dogfighting?
Give me a break.