...instead of how they fuck you over and over and over...
I despised Kaepernick and what he was doing because his message was a mess, the pig socks, the Fidel shirts, the stupid statements. When others joined in, I felt they were more on message about a very real problem. I still didn't like the kneeling, but I don't like the NFL fake patriotism either. When a President decides to become a bully and try to threaten people and organizations into doing what he wants (really he's just virtue signaling for political gain), I start to side with the players unequivocally. If you want to see me do something, try bullying me into not doing it. I would probably kneel myself at this point if I was in the NFL.
Friday, October 20, 2017
H/T Eric H. https://www.vice.com/en/article/epdw3e/a-swat-team-tore-down-this-womans-home-and-left-her-with-a-dollar50000-bill
They do seem to drive the media conversation: http://www.politico.com/story/2017/10/20/trump-senate-budget-vote-tweets-243983?lo=ap_c1 I...
At least Kentucky tried to cut down on the red tape by having judges pre-sign blank emergency orders... https://reason.com/2019/05/09/kent...