Trump endorses boycott of NFL

Trump endorses boycott of NFL

There are 588 comments on the Spero News story from Sep 24, 2017, titled Trump endorses boycott of NFL. In it, Spero News reports that:

The owner of the New England Patriots NFL franchise, Robert Kraft, expressed his disappointment with a statement that President Donald Trump made on Friday. At a political rally in Alabama in support of an incumbent Republican senator, Luther Strange, Trump called on team owners to fire players who protest during the playing of the National Anthem.

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YouDidntBuildTha t

Rohnert Park, CA

#1 Sep 24, 2017
President Trump is absolutely right here too.

To hell with these NFL players - To HELL WITH FOOTBALL.

America first baby! Free speech is one thing, but it you're not even willing to support the country that affords your ass FREE SPEECH, then I have no sympathy for you.

And America has done so much for these progressive stooges playing football for a living!

The American people stand with President Trump on this one. At least we now have a real leader with the GUTS to tell it like it is.

Godspeed President Trump!

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YouDidntBuildTha t

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#2 Sep 24, 2017
Boycott the NFL! America - LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT.

Godspeed President Trump!

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#4 Sep 24, 2017
YouDidntBuildThat wrote:
Boycott the NFL! America - LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT.

Godspeed President Trump!
So Trump is essentially killing jobs.
YouDidntBuildTha t

Rohnert Park, CA

#6 Sep 24, 2017
Observation wrote:
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So Trump is essentially killing jobs.
The bums who refuse to stand for the National Anthem don't deserve their so-called "job."

Playing football for millions of dollars? GOD DAMN THAT AMERICA.

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#8 Sep 24, 2017
YouDidntBuildThat wrote:
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The bums who refuse to stand for the National Anthem don't deserve their so-called "job."

Playing football for millions of dollars? GOD DAMN THAT AMERICA.
Trump isn't behaving like anyone worthy of the very serious job of the United States of America.

Our country was Damned when he took office.

It isn't God's fault.

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YouDidntBuildTha t

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#9 Sep 24, 2017
Observation wrote:
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Trump isn't behaving like anyone worthy of the very serious job of the United States of America.

Our country was Damned when he took office.

It isn't God's fault.
It's Barack Obozo's fault...Hillary's too.

President Trump is the first real leader we've had since Ronald Reagan.

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“Adopt, Don't Shop!!!!!!!!!!”

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#10 Sep 24, 2017
YouDidntBuildThat wrote:
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It's Barack Obozo's fault...Hillary's too.

President Trump is the first real leader we've had since Ronald Reagan.
You were dropped a lot as a baby, weren't you? If you think #45 is a real leader, I am having a bid early bridge sale next weekend......smh.....

*snicker*

*cue the usual*
YouDidntBuildTha t

Rohnert Park, CA

#14 Sep 24, 2017
NotSoDivineMsM wrote:
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You were dropped a lot as a baby, weren't you? If you think #45 is a real leader, I am having a bid early bridge sale next weekend......smh.....

*snicker*

*cue the usual*
Yeah...Your idea of a real leader is someone who arms countries like Iran with nukes (puts them well on the path deliberately), and tries to infect his own people with diseases like Ebola as he floods the country with immigrants - some of whom he knows damn well will commit terrorist acts against his people. Yeah, Obozo was a real leader...+

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YouDidntBuildTha t

Rohnert Park, CA

#17 Sep 24, 2017
I stopped watching football already.

I am SICK and TIRED of these progressive INGRATES.

Godspeed President Trump!

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#19 Sep 24, 2017
YouDidntBuildThat wrote:
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Yeah...Your idea of a real leader is someone who arms countries like Iran with nukes (puts them well on the path deliberately), and tries to infect his own people with diseases like Ebola as he floods the country with immigrants - some of whom he knows damn well will commit terrorist acts against his people. Yeah, Obozo was a real leader...+
You have NO idea who my idea of a real leader is but please feel free to speculate......

*chuckles*

*cue your usual*
YouDidntBuildTha t

Rohnert Park, CA

#20 Sep 24, 2017
NotSoDivineMsM wrote:
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You have NO idea who my idea of a real leader is but please feel free to speculate......

*chuckles*

*cue your usual*
I know exactly what your stupid idea for a leader is - and I just posted it.

It's funny too. Just recently, you progressive America-haters were all up in arms about the dangers of professional football - Liberals in general want to outlaw football!

Now that some football players are openly displaying the ungrateful hatred for their own country, these same Progressive America-haters are running to their defense!

Disgusting.

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Fart released

Tempe, AZ

#21 Sep 24, 2017
Fart in chief wrote:
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Flatulence (Gas) Causes

Excess gas in the digestive tract (esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and colon/large intestine) can come from two sources: 1) increased intake of gas, for example, from air swallowed; or 2) increased production of gas as certain undigested foods are broken down by harmless bacteria normally found in the farts.

Swallowed air (aerophagia): This can occur with improper swallowing while eating or even unconscious swallowing of air out of habit

Activities that cause a person to swallow air include rapid drinking, chewing gum, use of tobacco products, sucking on hard candy, drinking carbonated beverages, loose dentures, and hyperventilation.

Most people burp or belch to expel this excess swallowed air. The remaining gas moves into the small intestine. The air moves along to the large intestine for release through the rectum.
Analysis of the gas can help determine if it originated from aerophagia (mostly nitrogen, also oxygen, and carbon dioxide) or GI production (mainly carbon monoxide, hydrogen, and methane).
Breakdown of undigested foods: If the body does not digest and absorb some carbohydrates (for example, the sugar, starches, and fiber found in many foods) in the small intestine because of a shortage or absence of certain enzymes there, this undigested food then passes from the small intestine into the large intestine, where normal, harmless bacteria break down the food, producing hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and, in about a third of all people, methane. Eventually these gases exit through the farts

Foods that produce gas in one person may not cause gas in another. Some common bacteria in the large intestine can destroy the hydrogen that other bacteria produce. The balance of the two types of bacteria may explain why some people have more gas than others.
Most foods that contain carbohydrates can cause gas. By contrast, fats and proteins cause little gas. These common foods and their natural components may create gas:
Beans: Beans contain large amounts of the complex sugar known as raffinose. Smaller amounts are found in cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, asparagus, and in other vegetables and whole grains.
Starches: Most starches (potatoes, corn, noodles, and wheat) produce gas as they are broken down in the large intestine. Rice is the only starch that does not cause gas.
Onions: The sugar known as fructose occurs naturally in onions, artichokes, pears, and wheat. It is also used as a sweetener in some soft drinks and fruit drinks.

Dark beer and red wine
Sorbitol: This sugar is found naturally in fruits including apples, pears, peaches, and prunes. It's also used as an artificial sweetener in sugar-free gum, candy, and other diet products.
Fiber: Many foods contain soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber dissolves easily in water and takes on a soft, gel-like texture in the intestines. Found in oat bran, beans, peas, and most fruits, soluble fiber is not broken down until it reaches the large intestine, where digestion causes gas. Insoluble fiber, on the other hand, passes essentially unchanged through the intestines and produces little gas. Wheat bran and some vegetables contain this kind of fiber.
Lactase deficiency: Another major source of flatulence is lactase deficiency, which results in a decreased ability to digest lactose, a natural sugar found in milk and other dairy products such as cheese and ice cream and in certain processed food such as bread, cereal, and salad dressing. This flatulence is often associated with diarrhea and cramping but can appear as only gas. Many people normally have low levels of the enzyme lactase needed to digest lactose after childhood. Also, as people age, their enzyme levels decrease.
More farts please.
YouDidntBuildTha t

Rohnert Park, CA

#22 Sep 24, 2017
Fart released wrote:
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More farts please.
The human ass does not produce carbon monoxide.
RaidersPhartz

Whitesburg, KY

#23 Sep 24, 2017
farter wrote:
<quoted text>

I too stopped watching football and read this post. Excess gas in the digestive tract (esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and colon/large intestine) can come from two sources: 1) increased intake of gas, for example, from air swallowed; or 2) increased production of gas as certain undigested foods are broken down by harmless bacteria normally found in the farts.

Swallowed air (aerophagia): This can occur with improper swallowing while eating or even unconscious swallowing of air out of habit

Activities that cause a person to swallow air include rapid drinking, chewing gum, use of tobacco products, sucking on hard candy, drinking carbonated beverages, loose dentures, and hyperventilation.

Most people burp or belch to expel this excess swallowed air. The remaining gas moves into the small intestine. The air moves along to the large intestine for release through the rectum.
Analysis of the gas can help determine if it originated from aerophagia (mostly nitrogen, also oxygen, and carbon dioxide) or GI production (mainly carbon monoxide, hydrogen, and methane).
Breakdown of undigested foods: If the body does not digest and absorb some carbohydrates (for example, the sugar, starches, and fiber found in many foods) in the small intestine because of a shortage or absence of certain enzymes there, this undigested food then passes from the small intestine into the large intestine, where normal, harmless bacteria break down the food, producing hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and, in about a third of all people, methane. Eventually these gases exit through the farts

Foods that produce gas in one person may not cause gas in another. Some common bacteria in the large intestine can destroy the hydrogen that other bacteria produce. The balance of the two types of bacteria may explain why some people have more gas than others.
Most foods that contain carbohydrates can cause gas. By contrast, fats and proteins cause little gas. These common foods and their natural components may create gas:
Beans: Beans contain large amounts of the complex sugar known as raffinose. Smaller amounts are found in cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, asparagus, and in other vegetables and whole grains.
Starches: Most starches (potatoes, corn, noodles, and wheat) produce gas as they are broken down in the large intestine. Rice is the only starch that does not cause gas.
Onions: The sugar known as fructose occurs naturally in onions, artichokes, pears, and wheat. It is also used as a sweetener in some soft drinks and fruit drinks.

Dark beer and red wine
Sorbitol: This sugar is found naturally in fruits including apples, pears, peaches, and prunes. It's also used as an artificial sweetener in sugar-free gum, candy, and other diet products.
Fiber: Many foods contain soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber dissolves easily in water and takes on a soft, gel-like texture in the intestines. Found in oat bran, beans, peas, and most fruits, soluble fiber is not broken down until it reaches the large intestine, where digestion causes gas. Insoluble fiber, on the other hand, passes essentially unchanged through the intestines and produces little gas. Wheat bran and some vegetables contain this kind of fiber.
Lactase deficiency: Another major source of flatulence is lactase deficiency, which results in a decreased ability to digest lactose, a natural sugar found in milk and other dairy products such as cheese and ice cream and in certain processed food such as bread, cereal, and salad dressing. This flatulence is often associated with diarrhea and cramping but can appear as only gas. Many people normally have low levels of the enzyme lactase needed to digest lactose after childhood. Also, as people age, their enzyme levels decrease.
Process phartz
RaidersPhartz

Chicago, IL

#24 Sep 24, 2017
farter wrote:
<quoted text>

I too stopped watching football and read this post. Excess gas in the digestive tract (esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and colon/large intestine) can come from two sources: 1) increased intake of gas, for example, from air swallowed; or 2) increased production of gas as certain undigested foods are broken down by harmless bacteria normally found in the farts.

Swallowed air (aerophagia): This can occur with improper swallowing while eating or even unconscious swallowing of air out of habit

Activities that cause a person to swallow air include rapid drinking, chewing gum, use of tobacco products, sucking on hard candy, drinking carbonated beverages, loose dentures, and hyperventilation.

Most people burp or belch to expel this excess swallowed air. The remaining gas moves into the small intestine. The air moves along to the large intestine for release through the rectum.
Analysis of the gas can help determine if it originated from aerophagia (mostly nitrogen, also oxygen, and carbon dioxide) or GI production (mainly carbon monoxide, hydrogen, and methane).
Breakdown of undigested foods: If the body does not digest and absorb some carbohydrates (for example, the sugar, starches, and fiber found in many foods) in the small intestine because of a shortage or absence of certain enzymes there, this undigested food then passes from the small intestine into the large intestine, where normal, harmless bacteria break down the food, producing hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and, in about a third of all people, methane. Eventually these gases exit through the farts

Foods that produce gas in one person may not cause gas in another. Some common bacteria in the large intestine can destroy the hydrogen that other bacteria produce. The balance of the two types of bacteria may explain why some people have more gas than others.
Most foods that contain carbohydrates can cause gas. By contrast, fats and proteins cause little gas. These common foods and their natural components may create gas:
Beans: Beans contain large amounts of the complex sugar known as raffinose. Smaller amounts are found in cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, asparagus, and in other vegetables and whole grains.
Starches: Most starches (potatoes, corn, noodles, and wheat) produce gas as they are broken down in the large intestine. Rice is the only starch that does not cause gas.
Onions: The sugar known as fructose occurs naturally in onions, artichokes, pears, and wheat. It is also used as a sweetener in some soft drinks and fruit drinks.

Dark beer and red wine
Sorbitol: This sugar is found naturally in fruits including apples, pears, peaches, and prunes. It's also used as an artificial sweetener in sugar-free gum, candy, and other diet products.
Fiber: Many foods contain soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber dissolves easily in water and takes on a soft, gel-like texture in the intestines. Found in oat bran, beans, peas, and most fruits, soluble fiber is not broken down until it reaches the large intestine, where digestion causes gas. Insoluble fiber, on the other hand, passes essentially unchanged through the intestines and produces little gas. Wheat bran and some vegetables contain this kind of fiber.
Lactase deficiency: Another major source of flatulence is lactase deficiency, which results in a decreased ability to digest lactose, a natural sugar found in milk and other dairy products such as cheese and ice cream and in certain processed food such as bread, cereal, and salad dressing. This flatulence is often associated with diarrhea and cramping but can appear as only gas. Many people normally have low levels of the enzyme lactase needed to digest lactose after childhood. Also, as people age, their enzyme levels decrease.
Bran phartz

“Adopt, Don't Shop!!!!!!!!!!”

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#25 Sep 24, 2017
YouDidntBuildThat wrote:
<quoted text>

I know exactly what your stupid idea for a leader is - and I just posted it.

blah blah blah blah *scroll*.
You're a lot SLOW, aren't you, sluggo?

*chuckles*

“Adopt, Don't Shop!!!!!!!!!!”

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#26 Sep 24, 2017
*chuckles*

My RAIDERS are losing....oh my......

SLMNAAO@PoorQualityBuildings
Fas

United States

#27 Sep 24, 2017
Hi is right
Raven

United States

#29 Sep 24, 2017
YouDidntBuildThat wrote:
<quoted text>

The bums who refuse to stand for the National Anthem don't deserve their so-called "job."

Playing football for millions of dollars? GOD DAMN THAT AMERICA.
Agree boycott NFL!!!
American soldiers risk lives, firemen, policemen, EMS, EMT and will not make in 45 years working what overpaid football players make in 1 year.
School teachers, nursing home employees will not make in 45 years what football players make in 1 year.
When we purchase a product produced by companies who advertise on NFL we pay extra for NFL advertising.
NFL tickets and stadiums over priced. How much it cost for family 4 go to Nfl game?
NFL players all over paid!!!!
#boycott NFL
allow spoiled over paid brats play in empty stadiums
MR EMMITT TILL

Atlanta, GA

#31 Sep 24, 2017
Raven wrote:
<quoted text>Agree boycott NFL!!!
American soldiers risk lives, firemen, policemen, EMS, EMT and will not make in 45 years working what overpaid football players make in 1 year.
School teachers, nursing home employees will not make in 45 years what football players make in 1 year.
When we purchase a product produced by companies who advertise on NFL we pay extra for NFL advertising.
NFL tickets and stadiums over priced. How much it cost for family 4 go to Nfl game?
NFL players all over paid!!!!
#boycott NFL
allow spoiled over paid brats play in empty stadiums
YOU ARE A SON OF BITCH

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