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Posted Saturday July 23, 2011, About: Judge: McCourt must seek MLB loan
True. It's just funny to me how Republicans tout how much they looooove the Constitution and yet seem perfectly willing to wipe their **** with those parts of it they find inconvenient (you know, like religious freedom, even for those religions they hate and want to persecute). Don't get me wrong, I think all religions are bull**** and that the world would be a better place without a bunch of unthinking dopes muttering to some bull**** god and giving their money to some child molester-enabler in Rome or some slimy Sunday morning televangelist.

I hope I haven't offended anyone :-) Peace Love and Revolution
Posted Saturday July 23, 2011, About: Judge: McCourt must seek MLB loan
Speaking of Republican bigotry...check out Herman Cain...

>>>Herman Cain traveled to Murfreesboro, Tenn., this month to make common cause with residents who are protesting the construction of an Islamic center there. The center, he said, is not "an innocent mosque," because, he claimed, its supporters are trying to sneak Shariah law into American law.

He told Fox News that any community has the right to ban a mosque, because "Islam is both a religion and a set of laws, Shariah law," he said. "That's the difference between any one of our other traditional religions where it???s just about religious purposes."

Of course, Catholicism, Judaism, and many other faiths are structured around religious laws. Shariah law, like those laws, pose no danger to the American legal system.<<<
Posted Monday July 18, 2011, About: Quade sounds off: Mind-boggling calls
SHHHH! I think the Slinkmeister wants to have babies with Bud Man.
Posted Monday July 18, 2011, About: Quade sounds off: Mind-boggling calls
Time to b*t*h about umpires.
Posted Tuesday July 12, 2011, About: Selig surprised by MLB's labor stability
4. tool: someone who is a complete idiot/ one who is used by other people, and usually dosen't even realize it/ someone who can't think for themselves/ an ****.
Posted Tuesday July 12, 2011, About: Selig surprised by MLB's labor stability
As in "Bud Selig, he be da owners b*t*h!"
Posted Tuesday July 12, 2011, About: Selig surprised by MLB's labor stability
Selig: Modern-day servant; A person who performs tasks for another, usually degrading in status, i.e. b*t*h
Posted Tuesday July 12, 2011, About: Selig surprised by MLB's labor stability
"We've had 16 years of labor peace. That's unprecedented in baseball history,"

That's because the players have won everything there is to win in the labor wars. Unless the owners are willing to go to the mattresses over free agency and a salary cap, then yes, I'm sure the players are just fine with the status quo.
Posted Thursday July 07, 2011, About: Mauer looks smooth at first
I know concussions aren't sprains or strains, but 10 months later and still having symptoms? Seems like a long time.
Posted Thursday July 07, 2011, About: Mauer looks smooth at first
Now, if you want to talk cr@p about Justin Morneau sitting on the DL for the past year, I'm good with that.
Posted Thursday July 07, 2011, About: Mauer looks smooth at first
Funny, everyone on this board would have eviscerated Twins management if they hadn't signed Mauer. Now, he has spent a few months on the DL and the same a holes are eviscerating Twins management for signing one of the best hitters in the game and the face of the franchise. Your hindsight is 20/20 and your foresight is cr@p.
Posted Tuesday July 05, 2011, About: Mets weigh 'substantial offer' to Reyes
With Carlos Guillen coming back and Ryan Raburn playing a passable second base, the glaring weakness of the Tigers right now is at third. Brandon Inge is not a respectable major league player anymore.

He is a fan favorite and has a long tenure with the team, he just isn't any good anymore. By adding Jose Reyes, the Tigers could shift breakout shortstop Jhonny Peralta to third and add Reyes to the top of the order.

This move would raise the Tigers' batting average on the left side of the infield by over 100 points.
Posted Monday July 04, 2011, About: Closer controversy emerging in Minnesota
Uh, I'm going to give the ball in the 9th to the pitcher who is going to get me the save, be it Nathan or Capps or Perkins. If Capps sucks, and continues to suck, who am I going to trade him and his fat paycheck to and for what?
Posted Monday July 04, 2011, About: Closer controversy emerging in Minnesota
Paychecks have nothing to do with it. Capps has had six blown saves this year. Give the ball in the ninth to whoever can get the outs. And that has not been Capps. Lately.

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