- Oct 6, 2008
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- Brooklyn, NY
I wouldn't know, MM.....Eh.. McNabb sucked....not if it's under the thumb of the 'Social Justice Warriors.'
Even sports commentators have to toe the Leftist line.
Remember when Limbaugh was fired by ESPN for opining that a black quarterback wasn't as good as the ESPNers wanted to claim, in their need to move the agenda forward?
"The comments referenced by Limbaugh came during Sunday's pregame show when the conservative talk show host offered the opinion that McNabb wasn't as good as the media perceived him to be.
"I think what we've had here is a little social concern in the NFL. The media has been very desirous that a black quarterback do well,'' Limbaugh said. "There is a little hope invested in McNabb, and he got a lot of credit for the performance of this team that he didn't deserve. The defense carried this team."
ESPN.com: GEN - Limbaugh resigns from ESPN
Last night's fiasco, when they put a sideline guy, who was Hispanic, but not up to the job, blubbered about 'diversity' as the reason for a coach's success....
"It's really not Sergio Dipp's fault. He was put in a horrible position by the suits at ES(JW)PN who view diversity as far more important than preparation, familiarity with the sport, or command of the English language. Sergio Dipp was introduced to the world last night late in the second quarter. By the time he was done with his first report, Dipp was exposed as being just a bit over his skis on the big stage when the lights went on. Now, all of social media is comparing him to the Boom Goes The Dynamite Guy."
Trainwreck! ESPN's Attempt at Diversity on Monday Night Football Goes Horribly Wrong
Winston does, too.
You know who was good? Steve Young, that's who. He learned from Joe Money.
Also Testeverde, Eli, and Favre.
I'm not a football fan: I root for the NYGiants.....
The thread is to highlight the fact that ESPN has become more a political organ and less about sports.
And once more we find that everything Liberals touch turns to ........mud.