I want my entertainment back

Libtards, leave the game of football out of your politics. They can’t. Bad enough football had its deflate-gate problem. Roger Goodell could be the most disliked man in sports. Awkward.

Liberals want their way on all the major issues and to politicize everything. They will hijack any popular current events to try to achieve heir ends. Now even the Super Bowl and its one big day in the year.

They hit a new low with politicization of Super Bowl ads. Add to that, Lady Gag-ass refused to answer whether she would go political at the half-time show. ‘Politics, no politics, politics?‘ Well, is there really any question what she’ll do? Can she resist that huge temptation to score? Lady, get a grip on your body suit. Politics is not entertaining.

I mean with this theme going on all around it and now even in Super Bowl ads, is there any question about what to expect? What’s next, George Soros sponsoring a Nascar team?

This non-football fanatic will be cheering for offense not defense — both in politics and the big game. The best defense is a good offense. Gag-ass, Goodell, Libtard loons, nut-jobs and crackerjacks, I’ll be on offense from now on.

I think the left figures(knows) that at a time when everyone’s attention is focused and people are celebrating, is the perfect time to assault you with a political message…. to try to change your opinions/positions. They found another market for liberal emotion.

There is no shame when even ad sponsors go political. It is nothing but corporate pandering to popular protest sentiments. Be careful, you asshole merchants, who you cater to. It may backfire on your bottom line. It will be hard to complain about political fallout after you lit the fuse, putting politics over business — or the business of politics.

Libs, you can have your MTV… just leave football the hell alone. But you’ve never been good at reading the tea leaves. Business sponsors: is that left the market you want to pander to? If so, the only question that remains is the price.

RightRing | Bullright

2 comments on “I want my entertainment back

  1. Bullright says:

    Here is an entertaining message for the liberals … is it any wonder?

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  2. […] I want my entertainment back […]

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