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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    this made me spit out my morning coffee

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    Wonder how this person feels about crime if the deaths at the hands of law enforcement are the "summary execution of black people."

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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

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    So in order to promote Black Lives Matter, he's taking money from a company that is annually condemned for exploiting workers. It should just be called African American Lives Matter.
    You're forgetting the narrative. Repeat after me, "Police bad. Police real bad. "


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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

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    You're forgetting the narrative. Repeat after me, "Police bad. Police real bad. "


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    Man... law enforcement can't catch a break. Those evil libs are "monkeying it up" (nudge, nudge, wink, wink) by being after them and the Ruspublicans have turned on them for investigating their criminal cult daddy.

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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by MattinBama View Post
    Man... law enforcement can't catch a break. Those evil libs are "monkeying it up" (nudge, nudge, wink, wink) by being after them and the Ruspublicans have turned on them for investigating their criminal cult daddy.
    only local leo's. the fed leo's are jack booted thugs trying to undermine the potential greatness of 'murka
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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by MattinBama View Post
    Man... law enforcement can't catch a break. Those evil libs are "monkeying it up" (nudge, nudge, wink, wink) by being after them and the Ruspublicans have turned on them for investigating their criminal cult daddy.
    Laughable at liberals speaking of cult worship.

    As far as the feds go, it's scary to think they only catch guilty people they want to catch. Liberals don't care because the monster is on their side right now.


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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

    The Party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command.

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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexanderFan View Post
    Laughable at liberals speaking of cult worship.

    As far as the feds go, it's scary to think they only catch guilty people they want to catch. Liberals don't care because the monster is on their side right now.

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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

    I normally don't post on the nonsports but I had to weigh in on Kaepernick. The only reason he did any of this was because he was going to be an irrelevant backup NFL QB. He did all to bring attention to himself. Proof: when he decided to go into free agency and a team didn't pick him up he made the comment he wouldn't kneel anymore in protest. Of course he didn't get signed. If he really was doing this for a real cause he would have never agreed to back down. Of course after he didn't get signed he went back and changed his tune again. He is just a former NFL quarterback trying to get attention. What is sad it worked. With politically charged environment we live in he exploited all of these suckers including the idiots at Nike. He is not a martyr. Just a disrespectful punk who feeds on the minds of people who don't want to think for themselves.

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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

    looks like we need to start up with the trigger warnings again
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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by rtcjny View Post
    I normally don't post on the nonsports but I had to weigh in on Kaepernick. The only reason he did any of this was because he was going to be an irrelevant backup NFL QB. He did all to bring attention to himself. Proof: when he decided to go into free agency and a team didn't pick him up he made the comment he wouldn't kneel anymore in protest. Of course he didn't get signed. If he really was doing this for a real cause he would have never agreed to back down. Of course after he didn't get signed he went back and changed his tune again. He is just a former NFL quarterback trying to get attention. What is sad it worked. With politically charged environment we live in he exploited all of these suckers including the idiots at Nike. He is not a martyr. Just a disrespectful punk who feeds on the minds of people who don't want to think for themselves.
    Not the only reason he did this (not that some of what you're saying his goals are couldn't also be true). Proof: he actually donates money to causes related to this. I'm sure these organizations listed are happy to have some help from this disrespectful punk.

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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    looks like we need to start up with the trigger warnings again
    Lol. Needed that Nonsports Safe Space board for the snowflakes

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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

    (especially now that football season has re-started....)


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    Re: Colin Kaepernick part of Nike's 30th anniversary of 'Just Do It' campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by rtcjny View Post
    I normally don't post on the nonsports but I had to weigh in on Kaepernick. The only reason he did any of this was because he was going to be an irrelevant backup NFL QB. He did all to bring attention to himself. Proof: when he decided to go into free agency and a team didn't pick him up he made the comment he wouldn't kneel anymore in protest. Of course he didn't get signed. If he really was doing this for a real cause he would have never agreed to back down. Of course after he didn't get signed he went back and changed his tune again. He is just a former NFL quarterback trying to get attention. What is sad it worked. With politically charged environment we live in he exploited all of these suckers including the idiots at Nike. He is not a martyr. Just a disrespectful punk who feeds on the minds of people who don't want to think for themselves.
    Here they come with their passive aggressive comments directed at you. Welcome to non sports


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