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Limbaugh: Trump's comments on NFL 'starting to make me nervous'
Jeffro
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Post: #106
RE: Limbaugh: Trump's comments on NFL 'starting to make me nervous'
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Apostle of Reality  Wrote: (10-12-2017 10:23 PM)
Flint  Wrote: (10-12-2017 10:18 PM)
Holy sh*t, you're right! This day will be marked in history.

Jeffro needs his head shaved for such shortsightedness!!!

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Post: #107
RE: Limbaugh: Trump's comments on NFL 'starting to make me nervous'
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Apostle of Reality  Wrote: (10-12-2017 08:21 PM)
That wasn't what I asked either, but you're getting closer.

I asked one question.

Can an employer rightfully terminate me for refusal to participate in a public prayer to "God" during business hours as being disruptive?

Remember, this is your criteria.

Yes or no. No need to break it up into two parts. It's your argument. They are being 'disruptive'. You're giving me Yes and No, to your own criteria. Pin it down dude.

Sorry but I don't have to play along with you misrepresenting the situation.

The players themselves refer to it as a protest.
They are protesting during the anthem.
They are disrupting it by choosing that specific time to protest.

To try and portray that as "refusing to participate" is bullshit and a lie.

Apostle of Reality  Wrote: (10-12-2017 09:38 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2017 09:07 PM)
Sorry but I don't have to play along with you misrepresenting the situation.

The players themselves refer to it as a protest.

That's all I needed.

Yes, by not participating in an anthem (aka, a public ritual no different than public prayer) you moron. It's the form of the protest taking place. You can't answer my question, because it is the First Amendment in a nutshell.

Case closed.

No, its not.
Editing out the parts of my response you don't like just make the bait and switch you are trying to pull even more blatant.

These players aren't protesting the requirements of being a pro footbal player.
They are abusing a national past time to promote an agenda.
They are on the clock and if the employer doesn't want its employees to make political statements while at work that is a perfectly legal requirement.

The first protects you from legal repercussions.
None of these fools are suffering legal consequences.
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Post: #108
RE: Limbaugh: Trump's comments on NFL 'starting to make me nervous'
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2017 11:27 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2017 09:07 PM)
Sorry but I don't have to play along with you misrepresenting the situation.

The players themselves refer to it as a protest.
They are protesting during the anthem.
They are disrupting it by choosing that specific time to protest.

To try and portray that as "refusing to participate" is bullshit and a lie.

Apostle of Reality  Wrote: (10-12-2017 09:38 PM)
That's all I needed.

Yes, by not participating in an anthem (aka, a public ritual no different than public prayer) you moron. It's the form of the protest taking place. You can't answer my question, because it is the First Amendment in a nutshell.

Case closed.

No, its not.
Editing out the parts of my response you don't like just make the bait and switch you are trying to pull even more blatant.

These players aren't protesting the requirements of being a pro footbal player.
They are abusing a national past time to promote an agenda.
They are on the clock and if the employer doesn't want its employees to make political statements while at work that is a perfectly legal requirement.

The first protects you from legal repercussions.
None of these fools are suffering legal consequences.

Yes. It is.

Can you force those players to also pray? Nope.

It's the same amendment covered by said protesting.

You said it's a protest yourself. That's all I needed. The rest was a red herring and meaningless. Title 18 241 does NOT carve out an exception to national pastimes. Fact.

Now answer my bloody question from before that's a simple yes or no question and stop with the red herrings.

But fine you don't want to. Let's go who owns the stadiums and what part of tax dollars were used. Are they owned by cities and the public in part or whole? Yep. Are stadiums considered public gathering places by function even if privately owned like a mall Is where freedom of speech is allowed in signage? Yep. Are other avenues of freedom of speech allowed at these stadiums public and private? Yep

Do you have anything but butthurt over someone (mostly African Americans in this case) standing for the anthem? That's not their job. Their job is to perform a sporting activity. And my tax dollars went to their stadiums.

Deal with it son.

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Post: #109
RE: Limbaugh: Trump's comments on NFL 'starting to make me nervous'
Jeffro  Wrote: (10-12-2017 11:01 PM)
Apostle of Reality  Wrote: (10-12-2017 10:23 PM)
Jeffro needs his head shaved for such shortsightedness!!!

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Beer for you!!

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Post: #110
RE: Limbaugh: Trump's comments on NFL 'starting to make me nervous'
Apostle of Reality  Wrote: (10-13-2017 01:42 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2017 11:27 PM)
No, its not.
Editing out the parts of my response you don't like just make the bait and switch you are trying to pull even more blatant.

These players aren't protesting the requirements of being a pro footbal player.
They are abusing a national past time to promote an agenda.
They are on the clock and if the employer doesn't want its employees to make political statements while at work that is a perfectly legal requirement.

The first protects you from legal repercussions.
None of these fools are suffering legal consequences.

Yes. It is.

Can you force those players to also pray? Nope.

It's the same amendment covered by said protesting.

You said it's a protest yourself. That's all I needed. The rest was a red herring and meaningless. Title 18 241 does NOT carve out an exception to national pastimes. Fact.

Now answer my bloody question from before that's a simple yes or no question and stop with the red herrings.

But fine you don't want to. Let's go who owns the stadiums and what part of tax dollars were used. Are they owned by cities and the public in part or whole? Yep. Are stadiums considered public gathering places by function even if privately owned like a mall Is where freedom of speech is allowed in signage? Yep. Are other avenues of freedom of speech allowed at these stadiums public and private? Yep

Do you have anything but butthurt over someone (mostly African Americans in this case) standing for the anthem? That's not their job. Their job is to perform a sporting activity. And my tax dollars went to their stadiums.

Deal with it son.

You're trying to complicate a basic fact.
When you're on the job you represent the company.
Act or speak against their interests or against their policies and you can be canned.

Thats it.
No amendments give you the right to f*#k off at work and keep your job.
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Post: #111
RE: Limbaugh: Trump's comments on NFL 'starting to make me nervous'
Apostle of Reality  Wrote: (10-13-2017 01:51 AM)
Jeffro  Wrote: (10-12-2017 11:01 PM)
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Most excellent Jeffro.

Beer for you!!

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