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July 17th, 2017

Why Can’t Colin Kaepernick Find A Job?

Coming to the defense of the very UNEMPLOYED Colin Kaepernick Chicago Tribune Commentary writer Diana Goetsch can’t seem to figure out why pissing on the graves of those who spilled their blood for the very freedom that protects hers and Colins anti-patriotic stupidity is such a big thing?

Why can’t Colin Kaepernick find a job? I think Diana Goetsch answered her own question.

Some Pull Quotes of interest…

Chicago Tribune — Why can’t Colin Kaepernick find a job? At a time when NFL teams are scrambling for good backup quarterbacks prior to training camps, the former San Francisco 49er, who took a knee during the singing of the national anthem last year to protest police shootings of unarmed black men, can’t get a tryout. Kaepernick, 29, is better than most backups and several starters, with stats to prove it…

Along with flags the size of cornfields, the pageantry accompanying the national anthem often includes military flyovers, color guards and lots of people in uniform saluting. But even before 9/11, no ritual has been more baked into spectator sports than fans being told to rise for the singing of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” And none is more deceiving.

While fans do it out of habit or peer pressure, saluting the flag before a football game makes about as much sense as reciting the Pledge of Allegiance before seeing a movie or walking the dog…

Unlike the magisterial “America the Beautiful,” “The Star-Spangled Banner” is a pompous battle number. Spurred by a petition bearing 5 million veterans’ signatures, Congress designated it the national anthem in 1931, but it wasn’t until 1942, and our entry into World War II, that it was played on loudspeakers daily before games.