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  1. You guys do understand the hypocrisy of both sides of the isle don't you? Three is a counter to every counter on each side of the isle. Better off getting rid of both parties and vote for the best candidate based on what they will do for our country and our people. To me it comes down to 2 trains of thought...either you believe in self reliance and self accountability, or you believe in the government doing and providing everything for you. I personally am more of a factual guy and definitely lean towards self reliance and accountability. But I also believe in treating people equal, and judging them based on who they are as a person not based on the color of their skin, what religion they practice, or who they sleep with. I also believe in secure boarders and freedom of speech and the right to own a firearm. I also believe it is okay to have different opinions of others and still be friends. Finally...I am skeptical of ALL media and can't for the life of me not understand how everyone isn't. By the way...Jim Jordan is a good man...whether you like his political views
  2. Judgment call on the ref's part. What I find disconcerting is the amount of people who don't like holding kids/adults accountable for their actions. Feel bad for the kid all you want for losing out on an opportunity given he is clearly a great wrestling talent, but don't use those feelings to cloud the need to hold him accountable for his actions. Best case scenario is the kid learns from this, the parents learn from this (doubt it as they are probably the root cause of the kids behavior problems), and he becomes a better behaved young man. Kudo's to the ref for making a judgment call and holding the kid accountable for his actions.
  3. dman


    Am I the only one that finds it ironic that Brands suspended someone for THEIR actions??? Hard to hold the athlete accountable when their coach acts like a jacka$$ every match.
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