Your 8.26.20 Playpen

I don’t normally do requests, but it turned out I had already found the perfect fodder for this week’s post.  And I do mean perfect.

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I’m still laughing.

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  1. KornDawg

    It’s almost as if people have never heard of google. About 2 minutes of research before hitting that “send” button would do a great many people a tremendous mount of good.

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  2. Herschel, you broke my heart.

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  3. aucarson

    I feel old now

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  4. Bob White

    If ET had said “Herschel Nailed It!” Some dipshit would’ve posted a picture of a carpenter. So that is where we are in society, Parse every freakin thing.
    Sad that we’re that shallow!
    Herschel was in form. Just like his running style he brought the truth. Much like Bill Bates some people can’t handle that!!

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  5. Derek

    In fairness eric has been busy:

    https://www.politicususa.com/2020/08/24/eric-trump-fifth-amendment.html

    Did he check with dad?

    “The mob takes the Fifth. If you’re innocent, why are you taking the Fifth Amendment?”

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    • Grafton

      When Hillary Clinton said that her Republican rival Donald Trump had paid no federal income tax in some years, Trump didn’t deny it.
      In fact, he said: “That makes me smart.”

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      • As long as you comply with the tax law, I don’t care what or if you pay. Since it’s a self-compliance method where you’re presumed guilty rather than innocent on audit, I have no problem with those who use the law in the way it was written to minimize their liability.

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        • Derek

          And so long as they actively refuse to reveal anything so that the public, congress, law enforcement and/or state/fed. regulators knows not whether the law is being broken, then like whatever and stuff, amirite?

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        • You mean, like the way Trump has used the bankruptcy laws to stiff people who did business with him in good faith.

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          • Or like people who overextended themselves on credit with banks who extended the credit in good faith? The bankruptcy laws are there for a reason, and they are for the use of all.

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            • Change the law if you don’t like how they are being used.

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            • If you ever owned a small business, and you had wealthy customers who bankrupted against you when you knew they had the ability to pay, you’d feel differently.

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              • Got Cowdog

                BTDT Chop. I had to borrow against my house to pay off a vendor, but the guy who filed on me got to keep his airplane. Sold it to his Dad or something like that.
                Doesn’t change the fact that ee is right. Laws are there for everyone.

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                • I feel, in spite of the law, that debtors have a moral obligation to do everything they can to pay back the people who have, in good faith, issued them credit.

                  Donald Trump has said he doesn’t feel that way. Instead, he thinks it’s just smart business to take advantage of those people who trusted you when you promised to pay them.

                  And of course a person who thinks it’s smart business to break promises, and who finds he can get away with breaking promises, will continue to break promises.

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                • If you’re looking for laws to enforce morality, you’re in the wrong system.

                  It seems that you have discovered the fact that politics attracts Machiavellian personality types. Congratulations. You’re halfway there. The next step is recognizing that no party has a monopoly on those politicians. John Kerry advocates for higher taxes for the wealthy, but anchored his yacht in Rhode Island to avoid a $500k tax bill.

                  We could go on all day listing bad behavior by politicians of both parties.

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              • No doubt I would feel differently about it … if Trump’s use of the bankruptcy laws are the reason you vote against him, go vote for the guy who put those laws into place. If Trump’s decision not to release his tax returns is the reason to vote against him, go vote for the guy who had a hand in enacting those tax laws.

                My point is if you have a problem with the bankruptcy laws, get those changed.

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                • OK POOF the laws are changed

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                • Chop, you know what I mean. Advocate for changing them. Hey, I get why you’re frustrated about it. You deal with your customer in good faith, and then they renege on their side of the deal. Then they go to an attorney that gets their debt to you discharged or settled for pennies or nickels on the dollar. You as the supplier/vendor end up holding the bag while you pay your bills and your employees.

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          • Spell Dawg

            That’s just smart business Chop. It’s the new American Way, shit on the people who can’t touch you and sue the people who can. The biggest grifter to ever hold office will go Jim Jones before it’s over, but it won’t be pushing his remaining supporters to drink the death-flavored Kool-Aid or cut off their peckers in a suicide-pact.

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  6. ApalachDawg aux Bruxelles

    If someone doesn’t make a movie about Herschel, it should be considered a crime.
    The only thing he hasn’t done in his life is solve world peace…but there is still time.

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  7. akascuba

    Like his politics or not he is the G.O.A.T. I will listen with an open mind to what he has to say. He knows the President better than anyone here.

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    • Derek

      Herschel knows him as a famous, wealthy, accomplished person in his own right.

      Narcissists will embrace those people every time.

      Narcissists punch down, unless the person is seen as a threat.

      If Herschel was a critic, he’d be told to shut up and dribble.

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      • NotMyCrossToBear

        You just made a lot of assumptions about a lot of people. Congratulations on your tolerance.

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        • Derek

          Go back to your shithole country and fix it before complaining about how bad it is here!!

          Am i doing this right?

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        • gastr1

          About narcissists/Trump? There’s no tolerance for them. We’re done with tolerance for awful people. See “The Paradox of Tolerance,” Karl Popper. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paradox_of_tolerance

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          • NotMyCrossToBear

            He called Herschel a narcissist, but go on and assume whatever you want. Nice intolerance coming from you too. Justify it any way you want.

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            • You got it way wrong — he refers to tRump as the narcissist.

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            • gastr1

              Hey, man. No one in any society should tolerate “everything.” There’s a dude I see on another social media site who says constantly “your hate blinds you re: Trump.” Well, I’m not blind to who 45 is/was/says/does, but yes, I absolutely 100% hate racists, xenophobes, homophobes, rapists, corrupt self-dealers, authoritarian wanna-bes. In my state there’s a 19-year-old who won the Democratic primary for a state House seat who has been documented abusing women in his life, and recently said on Twitter that he would “laugh and giggle” if Republicans died of coronavirus. I don’t tolerate this behavior. I will never support this fellow even those he’s one of my party (the state leadership doesn’t either, which the governor has stated explicitly).

              Quoting from Popper: “Unlimited tolerance must lead to the disappearance of tolerance. If we extend unlimited tolerance even to those who are intolerant, if we are not prepared to defend a tolerant society against the onslaught of the intolerant, then the tolerant will be destroyed, and tolerance with them. — In this formulation, I do not imply, for instance, that we should always suppress the utterance of intolerant philosophies; as long as we can counter them by rational argument and keep them in check by public opinion, suppression would certainly be unwise. But we should claim the right to suppress them if necessary even by force; for it may easily turn out that they are not prepared to meet us on the level of rational argument, but begin by denouncing all argument; they may forbid their followers to listen to rational argument, because it is deceptive, and teach them to answer arguments by the use of their fists or pistols. We should therefore claim, in the name of tolerance, the right not to tolerate the intolerant.”

              Tl;dr: Fuck fascists, dictators, and white nationalists, among other intolerable positions.

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  8. Godawg

    Sitting in the kudzu with a cooler the night the lights came on at Foley Field. UGA vs. Auburn. Bo in right field. We kept heckling him, “Bo who?” He came up to bat and absolutely crushed one. It hit the upper part of the light pole in center…still on its upward arc. When he came back out to right field at the bottom of the inning, our chant changed to, “We know Bo who, we know Bo who!” 🙂

    Quite the athlete but he was no Herschel…

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    • Derek

      The difference between the two is this:

      Bo rolled out of bed with all of those abilities.

      Herschel built that machine from scratch, himself.

      Bo may be the most talented athlete ever.

      Herschel is the best college football player ever and whoever you put at 2 is wayyyyyyy back.

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    • poetdawg

      Reminds me of funny moment regarding Bo. I was walking out of the Forum after a Lakers game; sometime in the 80’s during the Nike “Bo knows” campaign. Some industrious young men were selling t-shirts with “Bo Knows Your Girlfriend” on them. Laughed my a$$ off.

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  9. Herschel seems like low hanging fruit in a week when people are shooting at each other and setting buildings on fire again in another midwest city.

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  10. munsonlarryfkajim

    I have not watched a single minute of the RNC live, and I’m a republican. That said, someone suggested I watch trump Jr’s speech (whichever one has the dark hair and beard). If you look up “coked up beyond your mind” there will be a picture of him giving that speech. Embarrassing for him. And his wife was no better

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  11. The very fact that HALF of the RNC speakers are tRump Fambly bodies should tell everyone in here everything they need to know.

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  12. Got Cowdog

    As someone who feels forced because of tax bracket to contribute heavily to deferred accounts, maybe one of you accountant Dawgs can explain this and the effect it might have?

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/ebauer/2020/08/25/joe-biden-promises-to-take-away-401k-style-retirement-savings-whats-that-mean/#6776074e4eb0

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    • akascuba

      Got Cowdog,
      Thank you very much for that link. I had not seen that before.

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      • Got Cowdog

        It reads like a lot of mights and maybes. If I understood it correctly it’s designed to encourage retirement investing for low to mid income earners. I don’t see how taking away an employers incentive to match 401 contributions is going to help with that, but what do I know?

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    • FlyingPeakDawg

      Simple example. Today a person in 10% tax bracket who saves $1000 In a 401k gets $100 of tax savings while person in 35% bracket gets $350 in tax savings. Biden plan would give both something like a $200 credit instead. Low tax/ income person might actually get some cash back on tax return while high income/tax person would have a larger tax bill. Since there is still a tax savings, theory is high income will not reduce savings while low income will increase savings to get the credit.

      But this ignores the long run. Once you take money from your 401k in retirement, your contributions AND interest are taxed. So high tax bracket person always pays more in taxes. Problem is, tax brackets and incomes change constantly, so really hard to predict net effect of such changes. Washington is always defaulting to short term tax “revenues” for policy changes rather than the long term.

      Washington needs is to save more to take pressure off of future benefits like Social Security. Incentives to save more are a good thing, but constantly jacking around with tax policy is bad. We taxpayers should be demanding a more comprehensive and cohesive strategy that provides greater economic stability. That’s not what politicians do.

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      • Got Cowdog

        Thanks FPD. So we’re going to make it more fair. Sounds reasonable until you realize that someone in the 35% bracket has to pay $350 on a thousand and the 10% bracket pays $100. If I did the math right the 10% bracket’s dollar is worth 28% more than the higher bracket already?

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    • Got Cowdog

      While we’re on the subject this is very problematic for me:
      https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/21/heres-what-a-biden-presidency-might-mean-for-your-taxes.html
      I do not care for the sitting president at all but t have my earnings further ransacked is unacceptable.

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  13. akascuba

    Derek,
    I hope that makes you feel happy. We could all use a little more grace and happiness in out lives.

    Its not easy being the oracle of truth that allows so many today to shut out or shout down opposing view points. This entire world would be better off if we could actually listen to others view points. We all can be better people.
    Our news media on all sides sell fear and loathing of other view points. Actual honest fair reporting is very hard to find. In almost all things its follow the money. I don`t see that changing.

    I am very much ready for College Football that always brings me great personal happiness. I`m expecting Kirby to end the Saban curse in 2020.

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  14. Joe Blow

    Herschel was a great football player. Supporting Trump just shows he’s an asshole.

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    • Of course, in HW’s defense we can’t definitively be sure which of his personalities spoke last evening.

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    • PTC DAWG

      D, JD…..it continues.

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    • whybotherdude

      That is blasphemy.
      Agree or disagree with him he, currently in the USA, has a right to support who he wants. We all have “friends” that other people dislike, does that make us assholes?
      Why do we have to constantly hate/bash/belittle anyone that does not agree with us?
      I haven’t read anything about Hershel except positive things lately. He donates time and money to wounded Vets, which is a very good and noble cause. Seems to be a good person, but supporting someone he considers a friend somehow makes him an asshole.

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      • You don’t understand reality in 2020. Yes, charitable contributions and support is all fine and good. But that pales in comparison to the slacktivism of hash-tagging a nice #Nazi or #LiterallyHitler on Twitter.

        If you’re really an awesome person, you will vote for someone to force other people to donate money to government agencies that nominally support causes that you’re too lazy to support yourself, except through third party coercion.
        #VirtueSignaling
        #GettingToHeavenThroughOtherPeople’sWorks

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  15. gurkhadawg

    Trump and Herschel are demigods, that’s why they like each other. The mere mortals on this blog fail to understand that. They are just the internet version of Bill Bates. But y’all keep doing you and criticizing great men just to make your pathetic lives seem relevant.

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  16. Scotty King

    Ask the Cubans how well that socialism has worked out for them….
    It’ s never worked anywhere.

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  17. PTC DAWG

    As a rule, I don’t watch either of the conventions, ever. So I missed what Herschel said…it obviously hit a nerve with the Liberals…so it must have been good.

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  18. Herschel Walker is a really nice guy and a fantastic human being. But I think he’s been duped and his support of one of the worst presidents in the history of our country is sad. I’m not surprised. I have many friends and family members I could describe the same way.

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    • gurkhadawg

      So Herschel needs “Jared the White Savior” to tell him how to think? How racist of you. You know Jared, black people are capable of thinking for themselves.

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      • I don’t understand if this is an attempt at humor or an attempt at making a serious point. On either account it fails.

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      • PTC DAWG

        I have read on this very board that Herschel has been duped, is an asshole and a narcissist among other things..sounds like a very tolerant bunch doesn’t it?

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        • Grafton

          Hi Pot, meet Kettle.

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        • gurkhadawg

          Well PTC, the left’s all consuming hatred of all things Trump overwhelms everything else. It has lead them to support rioting, looting, arson, assault and murder. Now it has even lead them to hate the great Herschel Walker. Who would think anything would bring a GA fan to hate Herschel? Sad.

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          • PTC DAWG

            Pretty much nailed it.

            I’m sort of amazed the Senator lets these folks calling Herschel every name in the book hang around.

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            • If I ran off everyone who name called, the number of commenters here would probably drop in half.

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              • PTC DAWG

                Herschel deserves better…but I don’t expect if from a bunch of carpet baggers..which apparently I’m surrounded by.

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                • gurkhadawg

                  I don’t know if they are carpet baggers PTC, but they sure as hell aren’t GA fans. They should go pull for FU or AU or some other evil commie program.

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                • I assume you’re talking about others who’ve called Herschel hateful names (which I condemn) and not my own reply which simply called his support of Trump “sad” and stated “I think he’s been duped.”

                  My father grew up three blocks from the entrance of UGA, and his father was a maintenance man there almost his entire adult life. Our family loves Georgia Football too much probably for our own good. It’s “in my blood”, as they say. I am not being hyperbolic when I say I have great respect for Herschel Walker and think he’s a great man. That doesn’t mean I can’t think he’s made a huge mistake in his assessment of President Trump’s character and performance.

                  True, I didn’t attend UGA, and was not raised in the state, let alone Athens (I was raised in Mississippi), but my older sister’s first words (born December 1980) were “Herschel Walker”. No joke. So, there’s that.

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            • Grafton

              Thanks Karen.

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            • Ed Bodenhamer

              Form what I’ve noticed, you can say pretty much whatever you want on here as long as you believe the same things SB does. Personally, I was hoping the nastiness and vitriol I saw from the left on Twitter Monday night would NOT be present on this blog, but that was too optimistic I guess. Many on the left, with all their hate, feel the need to make sure everyone knows just how miserable they are.

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              • I’m confused. Is this comment an example of believing in the same things I do?

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                • Ed Bodenhamer

                  This was more a two part commentary:

                  1: The nasty comments re: Herschel are disgusting. The fact that such discourse has found it’s way onto my favorite sports blog is discouraging. So in that, I think we can agree.

                  2: I believe you are politically liberal (not a criticism) and tend to be easier on commenters that trash conservatives than you are on commenters that trash liberals.

                  That being said, I understand that the playpen’s purpose is to allow for a more broad “debate” of ideas than we would see on a normal post. And you have no responsibility for what whackjobs of any political persuasion post on here. Additionally, this is your blog. You can say, do and allow whatever you feel. My barb to start my prior post was borne out of frustration with the nastiness I was seeing in the comments, so my apologies if it came off poorly.

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                • As improved takes go, not sharing your lack of tolerance for certain matters as an administrative fail on my part doesn’t exactly work for me, although I do appreciate the comedic effect of offering it in a comment thread where people of all political stripes are repeatedly showing their asses without repercussion.

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    • PTC DAWG

      I disagree, carry on.

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  19. Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

    The amount of outright racism I saw from “progressive” white people online after Herschel spoke sickened me, but it didn’t shock me. These are the same kinds of people who are openly hateful to women or gay people who don’t walk in goose-step with them, too. These are the same people who walked around like literal Nazi brownshirts the other day forcing people in Washington D.C. to raise their fists in the air like a Lefist sieg heil.

    It reminded me that those who signal their virtue the loudest and most profusely generally have the least amount of actual virtue. It’s a tell. They yell at us about how virtuous they are, but they don’t actually care about women or black people or gay people, they only care about the women and black people and gay people who agree with them. It’s something I often think about when I see who signals their virtue the loudest in any forum.

    I’m gonna sit the rest of this one out, I think. Yep.

    https://giphy.com/gifs/8Bl0Gmc95WCsCOjS6V/html5

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    • ASEF

      Pretty much the Republican Convention to date.

      Your ability to spot it on the Left but not the Right is just damn hysterical. And your ability to pretend that it’s the End of the World when some random nutjob on Twitter says something stupid and hateful but no big deal when the President of the United States does it is baffling.

      I did this yesterday with some young guy canvassing for Republicans. He just couldn’t understand why I am voting against both extremes in all the races this year. I would never vote for anyone from the Far Left. And I would never vote for anyone from the Far Right. Fortunately, my primaries this year gave me centrist Democrats across the board.

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      • Grafton

        He also has claimed in the past to be a democrat to somehow justify his left bashing.

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      • whybotherdude

        What now for the Presidential Election? Is there a centrist in the group?

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        • Don’t I wish.

          Again in a presidential election I feel like I’m faced with two bad choices.

          I really, really wish the Pubs had nominated someone else in 2016.

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          • tenesseewasnevergreat

            You seem like the type who wouldn’t have voted for Romney because he wanted to “put women in binders.” In other words, you are driven largely by your feelings in political matters and you are unaware of the degree to which your feelings are constantly being influenced by the media, which is an arm of the DNC at this point.

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        • Biden will protect the Corporations… And he’s got a Law-n-Order V.P. That will have to do.

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  20. Don in Mar-a-Lago

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  21. TripleB

    I’m with the Corch on this one. I’ve heard Herschel give his opinion on many occasions before this week. I may be biased in his favor (he was my all time favorite Dog until young Nick Chubb came along), but I respect what he has to say and I don’t doubt he has an honest frame of reference to speak from. I don’t really want to hear people criticize or belittle him or his opinions.

    He would get my vote if he was on the ballot. Herschel for senator!!

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  22. miltondawg

    Not surprising in 2020, but the fact that a man who has political and social views that are different from your own justifies name-calling and questioning his character is a pretty sad state for this country.

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  23. ASEF

    I thought these guys were supposed to stick to sports?

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  24. Don in Mar-a-Lago

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  25. whybotherdude

    This election comes down to voting on one of two sides of the same coin.

    One person is a pandering TV personality that plays to the fears of people that big government is out to get you, false they are out to line their own pockets and could care less about you.
    The other is a career politician that tells you he is going to fix everything wrong with the country, never mind he helped get the country in this state of affairs.
    And all us Dumbasses just argue the points they make and don’t stop to realize they both are the enemy.

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    • Got Cowdog

      Which is the same point many of us have made here before. So what’s your plan to fix it? I was all for abstaining until I saw the Biden campaign’s tax plan. Now I’m forced to choose a candidate that I personally abhor simply because if I’m faced with choosing the lesser of two evils, I’m protecting my pocketbook if at all possible.

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      • athenshomerdawg

        Biden Is an middle stage dementia. So…Unfortunately Harris is running for President. The first to drop out of the democratic nomination . Her politics depend on which way the wind blows

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      • whybotherdude

        Grin and bare it. Until “We the people” get enough and make large scale changes in congress to change things we can’t do much.
        For starters we should all be more willing to listen to someone who has a different view than we do. They might be right or wrong but until we are willing to openly listen we really don’t know.
        I would like for term limits on Congress but understand that would require a constitutional amendment so that isn’t going to happen.
        Would be nice to start taking all the perks away from Congress, remove their special health care and let them get treated at the VA (would at least get the VA fixed), make members of Congress swear in on an oath at every session just like someone testifying to reduce the banter and outright misleading lies coming from them, open records request available on all sexual harassment and other settlements available, repeal the Fairness Act changes of 1987 to allow for both sides to be presented on any form of media that has a broadcast license.
        Do I need to continue?

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  26. Don in Mar-a-Lago

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  27. Don in Mar-a-Lago

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  28. Don in Mar-a-Lago

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  29. Russ

    LOUD NOISES!!

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  30. Man. Whomever’s leadership helped create that monster blue spike should probably write a book.

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  31. Don in Mar-a-Lago

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    • I’m really tired of those Ruskies getting in our way in our war on behalf of Al Qaeda. If Russia wants to kill Islamic terrorists, they can wait until we’re done helping them consolidate power.

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      • Lost in your analysis is the fact that Al-Qaeda was essentially nurtured from seeds by the CIA. Operation Cyclone— maybe look into it. But do carry on….
        https://www.theguardian.com/world/1999/jan/17/yemen.islam

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        • Sure. But then they pulled 9/11 and we had to go to war against them. Until we created ISIS and we had to team up with Al Qaeda against those guys. Plus Iran. But we’ve definitely got it right this time.
          #Neoconservativism
          #ForeverWar

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      • Don in Mar-a-Lago

        Good people on both sides

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        • That’s the brilliance of it. Trump spends his first term being more antagonistic toward Russia than W or Obama, only to head fake and go total Warsaw Pact in the second term. Why can’t everyone see this?
          #CrystalBall

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        • Derek

          You want to antagonize russia.

          Say that you believe putin didn’t try to influence the election because you believe putin over your own national intel assessments.

          Makes vlad shit his pants. Literally.

          You’d understand this post-lobotomy.

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          • If you could use some critical thinking, you might understand that American intelligence agencies, which disagree on Russian election interference, have a history of lying. But stupid people just keep believing.

            Fool me once, shame on you.
            Fool me twice, shame on me.
            Fool a dumbass over and over and over and there is no hope for the poor middle schooler.

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  32. debbybalcer

    Sadly too many have made politics the deciding value in determining a person’s worth. I am glad that Hershel has a great experience with President Trump but one person’s relationship with the President does not make him not a racist. I had a friend whose husband was a wife beater. He never publicly abused so no one else saw his behavior although we did see the bruises. He was a wife abuser. I think the President is as much a person who determines a person’s wealth by their social class as he does their race neither is right but it means wealthy blacks see a different Donald Trump than poor blacks.

    We can appreciate Hershel and not agree with his politics

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  33. CB

    I love LeBron James and Herschel Walker because they’re good at sports. Their political opinions are a waste of time. Also, Walker > Jackson.

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    • ciddawg

      You Democrats have to be proud of yourselves …Hillary, Obama, Biden, John Kerry, Jim Comey, James Clapper, James Fn Brennan….100+ years in political office not doing shit, except becoming multimillionaires while making $160k a year….and you have the balls to blame it on Trump?
      Your team is rioting, looting and plotting to overthrow the election of a duly elected President…claiming “systemic racism”…Post Office problems, Plandemic, Russia, Ukraine, Orangeman Bad…
      How do you explain that
      the US elected Obama / Biden for 8 years…8 years to fix whatever “problems you are rioting over”…what happened? The first 4 years you had the House the Senate and the Presidency…
      The American people are waking up…
      When was the last time you witnessed a Democrat party leader being Patriotic [exhibiting National Pride (love of Country)]?
      When was the last time you witnessed a Democrat party leader ‘speak out against’ the riots [violence in the streets]?
      When was the last time you witnessed a Democrat party leader support those who took an oath to protect and defend?
      When was the last time you witnessed a Democrat party leader support and call for UNITY across our Nation?
      Riots looting and murder are coming to a neighborhood near you…
      ignore at your own peril…
      Do you think you pasty, limp noodles are going to be left alone because you are on their side…Ill pay to watch that…

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