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Win, Lose, Drew by Drew Litton for July 25, 2018

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    LJZ  over 3 years ago

    Can’t do that in joneSS texas… told his property how it is:

    http://www.ky3.com/content/news/Jerry-Jones-Cowboys-cant-stay-in-locker-room-for-anthem-489278851.html

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    buckman-j  over 3 years ago

    Problems been solved..Stand for U.S. Anthem…Kneel for Russian Anthem

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    stealth694  over 3 years ago

    Simple Solution: Kneel at the Anthem,, Be told to go home for the game,, Lose your pay for the game,,, Monday called into the main office and asked do you wish to keep playing for this team. Players have forgotten that they work for the organization not the other way around.

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    rgcviper  over 3 years ago

    The Charlie Brown mugs here are a nice touch.

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    MR P  over 3 years ago

    While they may have the RIGHT to take a knee to supposedly protest how others are being treated, disrespecting our flag in the process (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Flag_Code for details), is NOT an appropriate means to air their issues.

    “Pledge of Allegiance and National Anthem

    When reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, all present should stand at attention facing the flag with their right hand over their heart, with the exception of those in uniform who shall salute. The National Defense Authorization Act of 2008 contained an amendment to allow un-uniformed service members, military retirees, and veterans to render a hand salute during the hoisting, lowering, or passing of the U.S. flag.

    A later amendment further authorized hand-salutes during the national anthem by veterans and out-of-uniform military personnel. This was included in the Defense Authorization Act of 2009, which President Bush signed on Oct. 14, 2008. Public Law 113-66, enacted on 26 December 2013, reaffirmed this authorization.If the players and managers continue to disrespect our flag, perhaps you should save your money for viewing any NFL game, attending any NFL game, or buying any overpriced NFL gear, and then sending that money to a worthy veterans charity…

    You’ll feel much better and perhaps then the NFL will get the message.

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