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.

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Paula Deen debacle and the left’s economic justice

Paula is a good ol’ gal, with no offense meant. She is a personality and now a celebrity. But based on a word she used some time ago, her reputation is under fire and her job on the line, due to her own words in a deposition. I have some sympathy for her situation.

*This is not a defense of Paula, but then THIS is not just about Paula either.

Does it show how vulnerable a celebrity can be for their words? Hardly, she is the exception and not the rule. After all, look what so many celebs have said or done. It doesn’t cost them their position.

Now I am saying forgiveness does have a place. We as society should take that as one of our duties and exercise it seriously. It makes another statement about the times, the penalty for telling the truth. She’s the latest casualty.

MY question is are we going to now put corporations and sponsors in charge of ethical conduct — or society — to be the ‘culture police’? Are these guys the poster boards for ethical conduct? Should they be? Are they up for the job? Resumes anyone?

For the most part, the left advocated and justified Food Channel’s reaction, as the self-appointed race and “civil rights” police. There must be consequences for using such language, even in the past, they say. If it were anyone else would they have a different view? It wouldn’t surprise me. But this fits their political paradigm and they applaud it.

Lets go a bit further. It seems to be a double standard for the left. These are the greedy corporate titans the Marxist left loves to blame for everything from global warming, to murders on the street, to crooked politics, not to mention the human and civil rights abuses. But in this case, the left will salute a corporation for its knee-jerk reflex to fire Paula because of a word she said she used 30 years ago. (at a traumatic time)

But think about it, there are boycotts and there are “boycotts”. The Left and the LGBT lobby have used boycotts as their tool against any opposition. It goes hand in hand with their economic argument, or their social justice agenda. So they attack businesses who do not support them. For example, they are calling out corporations for having business ties or a relationship supporting Israel, based on their own political ideology.

Now what is worse: the left taking an economic position based on sexuality or a disdain for Israel, or simply keeping cultural issues in the social fabric of society – and out of the corporate board rooms? But no, can’t do that because this is how the activist left operates across the spectrum, from the board room to the public square.

Yet they want to make the corporations the cops on the beat for society? Really?

These leftists don’t like government making laws that might ban certain sexual behavior, but they are okay with using corporations as the arbiter for personal conduct? (as long as they align themselves with the uber-Left politics) What happens when businesses take positions that are not convenient or in line with their sociopolitical positions – and their ideology? Ah oh! They are treading where they ought not tread.

Sure there is room for forgiveness. I thought the left always lectured us about that?

Update… an interesting thing happened, which often does in these evolving events:
George Zimmerman’s trial began on the Trayvon Martin shooting. The prosecution’s star witness, a teenaged black girl, comes out to testify that Trayvon described Zimmerman as a “creepy ass cracker“. Asked if she thought that was a racist remark, she said “no”.

Then in the aftermath punditry — always the last word in all things ethical — debated it suggesting that was just the way they talked in her community. Oh, those double standards are rearing their ugly little heads once again. See how this game works?

But apparently she didn’t say that in her prior statements because she did not want to offend Trayvon’s mother. Okay, so you didn’t want to mention it to his mother, but you do not believe its a racist remark? Okay. The punditry concludes that’s just how people talk in that community, like a dialect. Glad that’s settled.

Anyone up for a good game of whack-a-mole?