Maryland Politician Wants Ravens to Make Brendon Ayanbadejo "Cease...

There are 2 comments on the The Big Lead story from Sep 6, 2012, titled Maryland Politician Wants Ravens to Make Brendon Ayanbadejo "Cease.... In it, The Big Lead reports that:

Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbedejo is an active gay marriage advocate . Maryland house of delegates member Emmett C. Burns, a Democrat, was "appalled and aghast." He sent a letter to Ravens owner Steven Biscotti requesting the linebacker be forced to "cease and desist" his "injurious actions." "I find it inconceivable that one of your players, ... (more)

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#1 Sep 6, 2012
I think it's crazy that a politician has that much time on his hands to actually compose a letter about this. Perhaps he should instead send letters to owners of football players who abuse their spouses and continue to make rosters and money. That would be a much better use of time.

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#2 Sep 9, 2012
don't give em any more ideas.

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