As I feared, you’re on the verge of letting the camel’s nose into the tent.
To paraphrase Gordon Gekko, greed is good, but only to the extent you can keep the government out of your business.
Maybe the NCAA ought to replace Mark Emmert with a Wall Street banker.
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Yep, because those bozos in Washington have everything ship-shape and in good order here and around the world, the economy is humming, no scandals in the government, not spending too much money they don’t have on wasteful programs that never have worked, and on and on.. they need to get this going. Great!
Hi, I’m from the federal government and I’m here to help you.
That is exactly what they say in DC when you call them. “We are here to help you.”
The only real difference between the NCAA and Congress is that the former doesn’t have the trustworthiness and likeability of the latter.
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This is some of your best work, DiF. Thanks for the laugh.
MY TAXES SHOULD NOT GO TOWARDS THIS!!!
Our founding fathers would be dumbfounded at what our tax money is being used for these days…
This may be the only thing congress is considering on which bipartisan support is even remotely possible.
NCAA may be in for a big surprise. Politicians can not afford to look like they are endorsing the second class citizenship of college football players.
I hate to tell you Senator but the friggin camel is already in the tent, ever hear of a little thing called Title IX ? As for this latest nincompoopery, follow the money…