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Posted on 04/30/2013 5:23:06 PM PDT by dynachrome
Tuesday's Poll Do you care about the sexual orientation of your favorite athlete?
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isnt that racist
Modern politics has finally put it’s mark on professional sports. And like everything else politicians touch, professional sports is now soiled, degenerate, foul, dirty and corrupt. I’m sure there’s always been some corruption, but with the added stench of politics...I won’t waste any more of my time on it. I’m so sick to death of commies and poofters.
Lol, the guy had a fiancee for EIGHT YEARS, Carolyn Moos, that didn’t know he was gay.
What the heck?
Not bad, not bad at all.....
This “marginal player” was the worst player on the roster for a team that won 29, lost 53 games in their fifth consecutive losing season last year. He averages one shot and one rebound per game in his six playing minutes, and he makes a shot in about one out of six games. It doesn’t get worse than this guy in the NBA. His claim to fifteen fleeting minutes of fame is coming out as gay; otherwise even his teammates might not know who he is.
Meanwhile the gay journalistas and editors who are pushing this turd remain closeted while they seek their activist agenda propaganda in the mainstream (pink) media.
I DO care to know why these stories are so important to the people paid to read the news in front of a camera.
He can retired to the speaking circuit (and even get school districts to pay his way ask he speaks out for "tolerance"). Not to mention the honorary role as Grand Marshall Kleegle Dragon of the Gay Pride parades.
THIS JUST IN: Joe Montana is turning in his grave.
I’m sick of people who think the world needs to know what type of sex they prefer. We don’t see straight people running around announcing their sexual preference. It must be a mental disorder that gays suffer from.
I’m in your camp. I am very apathetic toward sports. I frankly I just don’t care what the athletes do, what they play or how they play. It is a completely foreign world to me, much like Hollywood. I get a lot of heat at work over that from time to time. I just don’t care.
And I don't even know his name and would not know him if he walked up and slapped me.
The reason I don't like him?
Because he insists on telling me where he likes to put his peepee.
I don't CARE!
I don't want to hear about how he wipes his bum either.
I don't want to know that he likes picking his nose.
I don't want to know what he jacks off to or even if he does.
But I have no choice because there were no less then four different stories today on Yahoo alone.
Please, for the love of humanity, can we stop letting it all hang out?
I don’t want to know HOW someone has sex, and when you announce you’re a homo, we all know how that person is doing it, and frankly, that is TMI. Keep your dirty business to yourself.
Over the last several years I have found myself caring less and less about professional sports. The professional sports industry keeps coming up with reasons for me not to watch. And then, when I look at the darkness this country and this world are headed toward as the moral slide continues, professional sports just seems like one more meaningless distraction keeping the masses pacified as their freedoms and money are stolen out from under their noses.
Do you care about the sexual orientation of your favorite athlete?
Total Votes = 465
Yes = 124 Votes, or 26.66 %
No = 341 Votes, or 73.33 %
Bread and circuses.
I just about quit watching pro sports after David Robinson retired from the Spurs. Same goes for college pro sports, except to watch Johnny Football Manziel at TAMU.
Since I stopped watching ALL professional sports around 1980, I suppose my answer must yes and no.
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