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Super Bowl-ers Come Out Against Obama's Remarks About Football

buster33 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 2:32 PM
Football is dangerous. Not as dangerous as letting as giving so much power to the Chief Hypocrite. He sends his own kids to private schools while blocking the school door of school choice. His words on the debt ceiling as a Senator means he is incredibly unpatriotic by his own standards. Next up, he'll rule all games must end in ties. For those who think this is silly, how many youth leagues already don't keep score. One thing is obvious: America's losing. We should have punted last November went for it on fourth down and lost...
In an interview with major Democrat donor and magazine owner Chris Hughes, President Obama said "I'm a big football fan," but "if I had a son, I'd have to think long and hard before I let him play football."

President Obama was referring to the emerging consensus that the injuries, and in particular head injuries, sustained while playing football can have serious health effects. Actual NFL players, however, don't agree with the President's characterization of their sport as too dangerous to play.

Though it's cloaked in rhetoric about the Baltimore Ravens' Ed Reed's agreement with the President, the Associated...