ESPN To Honor "First Fan" President Obama

Posted by allosaur 9 months, 1 week ago to News
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This is so filled with libtard sweetness. Sports network will bid The Divider-In-Chief a long farewell in a series of (kiss! kiss!) tributes throughout its Martin Luther King Jr. Day programming for Monday tomorrow.
Guess ESPN doesn't care that MKL said that bit about content of character meaning more than skin color.
Reminds old dino why I recently failed to renew my Popular Science subscription. My stomach was severely turned when they interviewed King Barry for his opinion about the future with nauseating full page photographs as if O the Great and Powerful was Kim Jong-un.
SOURCE URL: http://www.libertyheadlines.com/espn-honor-first-fan-president-obama/?AID=7236


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  • Posted by mccannon01 9 months, 1 week ago
    OK, a bit off topic here, but I'm glad I'm not the only one who has noticed a "Popular _" magazine including left wing politics in the publication. I used to purchase these (Science, Electronics, Mechanics) for what the title suggests, but they're all turning political in their pages and articles. I stopped subscribing and only buy off the news stand if there is something specific I want to know. "Scientific American" is another publication I no longer subscribe to because politics was crowding out the science. A true bummer because I bought that magazine for decades!
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  • Posted by  $  DrZarkov99 9 months, 1 week ago
    ESPN, like so many other "progressive" institutions, seems hell bent for leather to pursue its own demise. For some bizarre reason, there's a perception in the entertainment industry that unless one adopts the practice of loud, extreme fawning adoration of the great leader, one is doomed to deserved failure. Witnessing the asinine, repulsive, slobbering, over the top, passionate, prostrating expressions of sorrow that the great and awesome O was departing, I was reminded of the pronouncements common to such glorious bastions of supremacy as North Korea. I would not have been surprised to hear a declaration that the great and glorious O shot eighteen holes in one on his final round of golf. Thankfully, time passes, and we will soon be rid of O and his minions.
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  • Posted by Lucky 9 months, 1 week ago
    " they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."
    1963 MLK Jr.

    No mention I can find of affirmative action or racial quotas.
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    • Posted by 9 months, 1 week ago
      So no one gets the wrong idea, I shall first state that I've worked with sharp black corrections officers
      and supervisors in the Alabama DOC.
      Toward the end of my career, two officers I had known for about 20 years applied for the rank of sergeant.
      One was a goofy screw-up for a black guy and the other was a sharp by-the-book white guy.
      Everyone knew what was up when they chose the black guy.
      Fortunately for us, the new sergeant was transferred to another prison.
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  • Posted by wiggys 9 months, 1 week ago
    I for one am as they sick and tired of hearing about the bone head 0. he is a blot on the country I was born in and have succeeded in and I have lived through his effort to destroy it. he should be designated the first HORROR fan.
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  • Posted by  $  richrobinson 9 months, 1 week ago
    This reminds me of the country song "How can I miss you if you won't go away?". I suppose these folks will never figure out that we are tired of having their politics shoved in our face. Bad move ESPN.
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