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Thursday, October 15, 2009

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Hits Rush Limbaugh for McNabb Comments - Video


Here is video of comments by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell slamming Rush Limbaugh for comments he made about Donovan McNabb years ago. Goodell was clearly sending a message with the comments that he did not want Rush Limbaugh as an owner.

It looks like Goodell and the Left have gotten their way. The group seeking to buy the Rams announced they were dropping Rush from their efforts.

Goodell should be ashamed of himself for lending his voice to the full court press to keep Rush Limbaugh out of the NFL, after saying it would not be appropriate for him to comment on the ongoing process to purchase the Rams.

1 comments:

Bob October 22, 2009 at 1:37 AM  

As one might expect, there are a lot of asinine comments being made re: Rush and the NFL…not the least of which was the Goodall comment. The fact that Rush NEVER even made a racist comment about Donovan McNabb seems to have escaped most leftist “retards”. The real issue is the fact that Rush SPEAKS FOR AMERICA and he wants Obama policies to FAIL. WHY?? Because if Obama succeeds, he will destroy our nation. If Rush had never even made his comment regarding McNabb, Jackson and Sharpton would have opposed his NFL ownership on some other grounds. They don’t give a rats ass about McNabb. They are “world class” extortionists trying to marginalize Rush Limbaugh and assist the islamo-marxist messiah ushering in the New World Order. Guys like Goodall are always more than happy to grab their ankles for these guys when called upon to do so. Sharpton and Jackson see the NWO ascending if the Obama regime can slip the “yoke” of Marxism around the neck of America. In serving their NWO masters by neutralizing Rush as an impediment, they can assure themselves a favored place at the feed “trough”.

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