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Monday, March 28, 2016

Peach State coward

The NFL and Hollywood bullied Republican Governor Nathan Deal of Georgia into vetoing a law that protects freedom of religion.

Residents should throw his ass out. Deal is a coward. And the NFL and Hollywood are moochers who rip off Georgia taxpayers with subsidies.


From the Hollywood Reporter:
"I do not think we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith-based community in Georgia," said Gov. Nathan Deal.
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal said he plans to veto the controversial religious liberty bill which critics contend is anti-gay legislation.
Gov. Deal said the bill doesn’t reflect "the character of our state or the character of its people," in prepared remarks he gave on Monday. "Georgia is a welcoming state filled with warm, friendly and loving people," he said.
Deal said stage legislators should leave freedom of speech and freedom of religion to the U.S. Constitution.
The gay mafia is alive in Hollywood and now, the NFL. It has nothing to do with homosexuality, and everything to do with destroying religion.

Pray for them.


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  2. I don't think that's entirely accurate.

    I think this is about making homosexuality (and other behaviors) the new state religion.

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  3. The NFL is against religion? Interesting.

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    1. So for, only Christian religion.

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    2. So all those players kneeling in prayer after every game in every NFL stadium at midfield are not Christians?

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  4. Perhaps the GA legislature will vote to override the governor's veto. It ain't over until it's over. As for the NFL, it is still butt-hurt over the Michael Sam incident, which still reverberates in the press. That too, is not over. There will be more such cases and more turmoil to come. The NFL has backed itself into a corner with its ham-fisted SJW stance. The players are eventually going to get totally PO'd at the way the League handles social issues and off-field incidents.

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  5. U.S. Congressmen from GA should introduce bills to reduce copyright from the 90+ years we have today back to the original 28 years we had at the nation's founding. And take away the NFL's monopoly rights.

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    1. I thought it was fourteen years. Anyway, anything is better than continually caving to whatever Disney wants. If that keeps up it will be eternity.

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    2. Disney owns ESPN. Gotta keep that ESPN/NFL relationship going, and I seriously don't think the NYT is as far-left as ESPN (sportswriters seem to be the biggest group of SJWs).

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  6. I would love to see the legislature override his veto. I wish he would have called Hollywood's and the NFL's bluff. We don't need a Super Bowl and we don't need to subsidize Hollywood. You're right Don, he is a coward. We in Georgia don't have to throw him out because he is in his last term as governor.

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    1. When does his term end, Denny?

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    2. He has another two years.

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    3. I wish someone had the balls to tell the NFL that we'll start listening to your demands when you start paying for your own damned stadiums. Nobody else in the private sector gets their office buildings paid for by the taxpayers (at least not that I'm aware of...).

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  7. I think there's another AH who constantly reminds us "that's not who we are."

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  8. Don - AT&T, West Virginia University, the Charleston Visitors and Convention Bureau and gubernatorial candidate Jim Justice were prominent opponents of a similar bill that was being floated by the West Virginia Legislature this year. Bill died after it was amended. R gubernatorial candidate Bill Cole was lukewarm at best to the original bill. What is your message to the aforementioned about opposing the original bill?

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