U.S. Senate Wants In On Bounty-gate

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: U.S. Senate Wants In On Bounty-gate :      Why don't you read what's in the health care bill (unlike our esteemed representatives who voted for it without reading it)...and maybe then you could "take me seriously".
    Posted by TexasPat3[/QUOTE]
    Yes, because I'm supposed to believe that you read the entire bill or that you know anything about statutory interpretation. LOL@ you death panel people.  You literally sound like a Fox News talking point.  This is embarassing.  Alerting a family member about the probability of a certain type of medicine helping and then having that person alert the individual and talk about options is far from telling someone whether to live or die.  Please stop.  It's obvious that you have a novice's perspective on the issue. 
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: U.S. Senate Wants In On Bounty-gate : Yeah.. I wish it were funny, it's actually quite frustrating to hear people recite what they are told on these dishonest mainstream news stations almost verbatim. We've been so conditioned to false authority that people refuse to think for themselves. Our system is a honeycomb of corruption, and our people our left divided and confused. it's like taking candy from a baby. Ahhh what i would do to be ignorant and happy again. I miss the days when Machiavelli was a CD by 2pac and not a man i despised for being so right about the majority being empty vessels who are easily mislead.
    Posted by ricky12684[/QUOTE]
    Indeed.  That's why I don't talk politics with many of my friends anymore.  It starts to change my perspective on them as a person. 
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: U.S. Senate Wants In On Bounty-gate : It's Dirty Dick's way of grandstanding on an obviously key issue that dramatically affects US policy, and our national ability to cram down more rules and regs on an industry, because he's now "outraged". I'll bet he doesn't even know which end of the football needs to be pointed forwrad when thrown! God, Himself, created all animals.

         "A US Congressional committee came up with the camel and aardvark, as improvements."
    Posted by AZPAT[/QUOTE]

         Great stuff, AZ...LOL!!!!
     
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    [QUOTE]Does the Gov't get involved driver intentially wreck each other in Nascar?  just saying...
    Posted by norichcrybabies[/QUOTE]

         Shush!!! Don't give Durbin anymore ideas!

         LOL!!
     
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    [QUOTE]Iran's nuclear program started with the support, encouragement and participation of the United States , France, Germany and the UK because it made economic sense, and it still does. At a time when Iran's nuclear program is portrayed as an imminent threat, its interesting to see that the program actually started long ago, with the support and participation of the same countries that today insist Iran abandon its nuclear program. http://www.iranaffairs.com/iran_affairs/2006/05/blasts_from_the.html The United States, European allies and even Israel generally agree on three things about Iran's nuclear program: Tehran does not have a bomb, has not decided to build one, and is probably years away from having a deliverable nuclear warhead. http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/03/23/us-iran-usa-nuclear-idUSBRE82M0G020120323 The fact that the US is about to get into ANOTHER ILLEGAL invasion, this time on Iran through a false pretext; and the fact that the US Govt. is gaining civilian support through the use of propaganda proves that indeed, terrorism is on the rise. sheep will be sheep.
    Posted by cantstopme[/QUOTE]

         Yep...everything is the fault of "The Great Satan", the United States. Keep reading those liberal talking points...LOL!!!
        
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: U.S. Senate Wants In On Bounty-gate :      Yep...everything is the fault of "The Great Satan", the United States. Keep reading those liberal talking points...LOL!!!     
    Posted by TexasPat[/QUOTE]
    Your ignorance is astounding.  As someone who has both Democratic and Republican friends working in the US Congress (staffers, reps, etc.), I can tell you that they would all laugh at the nonsense you're spewing.  How can college-educated people think like this?  
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: U.S. Senate Wants In On Bounty-gate : Your ignorance is astounding.  As someone who has both Democratic and Republican friends working in the US Congress (staffers, reps, etc.), I can tell you that they would all laugh at the nonsense you're spewing.  How can college-educated people think like this?  
    Posted by NonChalant1[/QUOTE]

         Yes...how can college educated people think as you do? My sentiments exactly.

         As to how people in Congress think...in November, they'll see that the great majority of people are fed up with how they think.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: U.S. Senate Wants In On Bounty-gate :   If you are going to decide cases based on your religious beliefs you shouldn't be allowed to be a judge. If you can keep the two separate then it shouldn't be a problem. The issue is that so far the religious fanatics have kept their true intention secret until they are appointed or elected
    Posted by glenr[/QUOTE]

    What's that you are drinking? Catholic's won't follow the laws as written? Oh, your boy Durbin compared Gitmo to a Nazi concentration camp and is responsibile for the Durbin amendment which raises the cost/ eliminates bank checking accounts for low income people. 

    Do you expect to vote in the next election? If so, please inform your self on the issues
     
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    Seperation of church and State----Seperation of NFL and State!
     
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    [QUOTE]Iran's nuclear program started with the support, encouragement and participation of the United States , France, Germany and the UK because it made economic sense, and it still does. At a time when Iran's nuclear program is portrayed as an imminent threat, its interesting to see that the program actually started long ago, with the support and participation of the same countries that today insist Iran abandon its nuclear program. http://www.iranaffairs.com/iran_affairs/2006/05/blasts_from_the.html The United States, European allies and even Israel generally agree on three things about Iran's nuclear program: Tehran does not have a bomb, has not decided to build one, and is probably years away from having a deliverable nuclear warhead. http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/03/23/us-iran-usa-nuclear-idUSBRE82M0G020120323 The fact that the US is about to get into ANOTHER ILLEGAL invasion, this time on Iran through a false pretext; and the fact that the US Govt. is gaining civilian support through the use of propaganda proves that indeed, terrorism is on the rise. sheep will be sheep.
    Posted by cantstopme[/QUOTE]

    You,sir, have delusions of adequacy.
     
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         After hearing the Williams' tape, it gives the Feds a further excuse to get involved. It also helps the Dave Duerson, and class action concussion related lawsuits, that potentially could financially cripple the NFL: http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2012/02/23/duersons-family-sues-nfl-over-his-suicide/ 

         If the NFL didn't insist that waivers of rights to sue the league be included in every NFL players' contract before...they need to now.    
     
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    When will thse moronic politicians stop using public money for private concerns?

    Oh, right...why would they.

    The system has been broken...now people are picking up those broken pieces and grinding them to dust.

     
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    The tax people will be involved. Thats all they have to do is check their bank accounts and see when large sums of money were deposited. They will know who was paid what. They they will know who participated and cashed in.

    The tax people and the salary cap people will not be scorned!
     
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    [QUOTE]The tax people will be involved. Thats all they have to do is check their bank accounts and see when large sums of money were deposited. They will know who was paid what. They they will know who participated and cashed in. The tax people and the salary cap people will not be scorned!
    Posted by Philskiw1[/QUOTE]

         Believe it or not...the IRS may look into players collecting bounty money, and not reporting it: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/03/03/irs-could-be-interested-in-undeclared-bounty-payments/  
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: U.S. Senate Wants In On Bounty-gate :      Unless you're including the mob, it's not on a national level. It's being done within a violent sport...contained within the parameters of a private business, the NFL.     
    Posted by TexasPat3[/QUOTE]
    as previously noted, a private business with special status granted by the federal government.  Don't think that private business doesn't use the government to their benefit when and where it can.  The NFL is no exception. 

    When activities run afoul of such things, you will frequently see the government step in.  Right or wrong, its a two way street, and the inquiry shouldn't surprise anyone. 
     
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