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Media Ignores Benghazi on Sunday Shows

SonofaVet Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 1:22 PM
I hate to poke my nose into this squabble - but I found this article to be interesting.
ThumpasaurasVox Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 1:36 PM
They ranked Namath as the worst QB to ever win a Super Bowl. They actually got something right. How Namath won that game and got elected to the HOF is beyond me. His career TD to INT ratio was 173-220 and he had a rating of 65.5. His career numbers are far worse than Ken Anderson, Boomer Esiason, Vinny Testaverde, and Drew Bledsoe. Even Jon Brodie, Norm Snead, Jim Hart, and John Hadl had better numbers than Namath.
Bigdogoffthechain Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 1:27 PM
Conversely, one of the best QB of all time, and one of the most dangerous, never won a ring. Dan Marino. I saw him do stuff in his prime that could make you weep just to see them on the schedule.

The mannings, however, breeze through soft schedules in weak divisions, making the playoffs easily. Add a little luck and a few acts of God, and they get a ring.

What is it with the "mainstream" media flat out ignoring scandals that involve the cold blooded murders of Americans? The same Americans who defended the right for the press to do their job by protecting the First Amendment and freedom in the first place? Not to mention, the so-called government watchdogs known as the lapdog media, are refusing to expose why dead Americans were left out to dry by the Obama administration. First, it was Operation Fast and Furious, where the Obama administration was literally arming the enemy and as a consequence, former Marine and Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry...