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  1. Norma Garcia says:

    My family has been a Seahawks 12er for a very long time, but if Kaepernick is on the team in any role, we will not continue to follow the Seahawks, purchase their memorabilia, attend games or support them in any way. Simple. We can not support his unpatriotic behavior and can’t support a team that has him on it.

    1. Shirley Brown says:

      Ditto! Our family feels exactly the same as Norma’s!!!

  2. Ollie Octopus says:

    I refuse to attend an NFL game because it is now my black thugs vs. your black thugs. Get upset if you want to but it is the truth!

    1. The lucky one says:

      No, it’s just your opinion, which you’re entitled to as nonsensical as it is.

  3. I sincerely hope no team picks this degenerate anti American slug up again, just let him fade away as a distant disgusting memory which tainted thousands on the NFL who allowed it. First amendment, BS, that covers speech, not actions like kneeling, so it was sad to see barely any critics and sighting freedom of speech as reason he wasn’t punished. WE THE PEOPLE need to punish the NFL over their fear to be called racists, like the whole liberal country is afraid to be labeled a racist and they let far too many issues go unreported. Kaspercrap should never be on any NFL team again. As a long time 49ners fan, no more, in fact I hardly watch any football anymore after this disgusting ignorance of NFL not to jump on this they way they should have, pathetic.

    1. The lucky one says:

      “First amendment, BS, that covers speech, not actions like kneeling” then I suppose you also believe that Citizens united was a huge mistake by equating money and speech.

      1. Money and speech, nothing to do with kneeling as I see it.

        1. The lucky one says:

          The difference is money as speech allows the rich to buy elections that affect us all whereas kneeling as speech is just a personal statement than one can ignore or not as they see fit.

          1. Does not compute, sorry, if you think money can buy elections, then why did HiLIARy lose? Didn’t they outspend Trump by several hundred million more than Trump? In fact, no race in history spent less in both parties than did Trump. Kneeling is about disrespect of American military for which we fought to protect. That is how I see it, nothing to do with elections. So I can only guess you were not in the service or simply don’t know the importance of respecting our flag. To each their own, but I don’t follow illogical comparisons like yours.

          2. The lucky one says:

            Analysis of 467 congressional races held in 2012 findings:
            * Candidates who out-fundraised their opponents were nine times more likely to win elections in 2012.
            * Winning congressional candidates outspent their opponents by about 20 to 1.
            * Winning candidates on average spent $2.3 million. Losing candidates, on average, spent $1.1 million.

            I couldn’t find figures for 2016 election but no reason to believe that they were any different generally. Why did Clinton lose? Lots of reasons for that but she did win the popular vote by nearly 4 million votes. Anything can happen when the two most unpopular presidential candidates in modern history compete.

            His kneeling was in protest of law enforcement practices and had nothing at all to do with the military. No I never served in the military and would not when it means fighting wars for corporate America or political ambitions.

            There is a difference between respecting the sacrifices made by American soldiers (even when misguided) and respecting a government that does not represent it citizens. As Mark Twain said “Respect for my country always. Respect for my government when it deserves it.”

            Why is the anthem even played before a corporate funded entertainment event like a pro sporting contest?

          3. 2012, that is ancient history, things have changed, and it is not about who can raise more, it is about the encumbents who have the infrastructure in place to raise more, totally unfair advantage and why politics is totally broken under this two party scam. As to HiLIARy losing, this should have proved to you that you can’t buy an election, but yes, money talks and all elections depend on money to win, after all, corruption runs deep in politics.

            As to kneeling to protest whatever, you don’t do it when the national anthem which is what I objected to. You want to protest, go out on the streets like all your violent hateful racist blacks are doing, no one wants to see this at a sports event. Grandstanding at any non political event is as low as it gets as I see it. All these BLM protestors who use violence and distruction of property are a disgrace.

            As to respecting my government, well atleast you got that right, I lost respect for government years ago due to political corruption to the core, and it spreads like cancer, no respect is given to WE THE PEOPLE, nothing but pure greed motivates politicians, and HiLIARy tops the list of greed motivated politicians ripping off billions with the Clinton Cartel scam.

            When I hear this BS about popular vote, it is a joke, remove CA and NY and HiLIARy lost big time, these two states are so liberal, they will never wake up to reality, which is a liberal disease with no known cure just like cancer is. And with the greatest loss in history, you liberals just can’t deal with it, so you bring up popular vote as if it is reason HiLIARy lost, she is a career criminal, and you would have voted for her even if in a orange prison pantsuit. You lash out at corporations, yet without them, there would be no jobs, so is that the solution? No, but I would say I would like to see no political campaign donations by anyone, PERIOD.

          4. The lucky one says:

            “it is not about who can raise more, it is about the encumbents who have the infrastructure in place to raise more” You don’t see the contradiction in your own statement? If it’s not about who raises more money then why is raising money as an incumbent an advantage? You then say “all elections depend on money to win, after all, corruption runs deep in politics” Again contradicting your view that it’s not about who raises more money. I’d agree it’s not ONLY about who raises the most money but the majority of election always have been won by the side with the deeper pockets. Still do. It is the money, greased tremendously by citizens united, that causes the corruption in politics. Trump has played both ends, as a giver of bribes and as a receiver now.

            “politics is totally broken under this two party scam.” I agree with you on that.

            “As to kneeling to protest whatever, you don’t do it when the national anthem which is what I objected to. You want to pro test, go out on the streets like all your violent hateful racist blacks are doing, no one wants to see this at a sports event.” Apparently you don’t want to see any protest at all. A suggestion, next time you see it on TV just go get another beer.

            “Grandstanding at any non political event is as low as it gets as I see it.” That’s all there ever is at a political event is grandstanding. If they don’t want people showing their displeasure remove the anthem from corporate venues. It has no place at a corporate profit making event such as pro sports anyway.

            “I lost respect for government years ago due to political corruption to the core, and it spreads like cancer, no respect is given to WE THE PEOPLE, nothing but pure greed motivates politicians” there I do agree with you and Clinton is one of them but Trump is no different. That should be apparent by now to everyone.

            “When I hear this BS about popular vote, it is a joke, remove CA and NY” First of all it’s not BS. Clinton did in fact win the popular vote by nearly 4 million votes. Instead let’s remove a few of the states that went Trump. As long as we’re going to disenfranchise CA & NY voters why stop there. Which states do you propose we should count, just the strongly republican ones?

            “states are so liberal” Actually upstate NY is heavily republican. , “they will never wake up to reality” Funny I’d say that about republicans and conservatives, trying to go back to a past that exists only in their imaginations.

            “And with the greatest loss in history” Recent history yes when you look at all the election results but for president, not even close to the greatest loss, do some reading.

            “so you bring up popular vote as if it is reason HiLIARy lost” How could winning the popular vote be the REASON she lost? That makes no sense at all.

            “you would have voted for her even if in a orange prison pantsuit.” Wrong again, I didn’t vote for Clinton.

            “You lash out at corporations, yet without them, there would be no jobs, so is that the solution?” I never said that we should abolish corporations though some, like BP, Exxon & Monsanto should have their corporate charters revoked and many banksters should be in prison.

            “but I would say I would like to see no political campaign donations by anyone, PERIOD.” I’m fine with that. It would be an improvement.

          5. Good debate, but I don’t see a contradiction, obviously encumbents have a distinct advantage when it comes to raising money, my point is that who raises the most doesn’t always pan out and assure a win, Trump raised next to nothing compared to both Bernie and HiLIARy. Never mind putting millions into his own campaign, so this was a very unique situation where money and encumbents didn’t matter. Usually those who can raise the most and spend the most win, not this time, so maybe that old mold is finally broken.

            Of course Trump has played both sides, he was a private business owner, that is what they do, donate to both parties based on the person, more an independent than a democrat or republican. The country would be better off if term limits were passed, then we would see a massive loss for all politicians. I would like nothing better than to drain the swamp and cesspool in government. Take the money out of equation and delete the party name and vote for the person is what I would like to see happen, vote based on facts, accomplishments, character, integrity, not blindly follow party lines which is what most people do as they are too lazy to fact check.

          6. The lucky one says:

            We do agree on a couple things:
            “The country would be better off if term limits were passed”

            “Take the money out of equation and delete the party name and vote for the person … vote based on facts, accomplishments, character, integrity, not blindly follow party lines”

            So I’ll leave it at that.

  4. Sharon Jeanguenat says:

    He’s no hero! WHY do they think the NFL had such a poor season? Kaepernick has the right to his personal opinions, but NOT the right to force them on us, when he’s on the job. And, if it weren’t for the boys in blue, AND our military, Kaepernick wouldn’t be able to make millions playing a game.

    1. The lucky one says:

      “And, if it weren’t for the boys in blue, AND our military, Kaepernick wouldn’t be able to make millions playing a game.” nonsense

  5. Kathy Hoffman Branch says:

    He is a total disgrace to our country and the NFL, If the Sea Hawks, take him, I hope they lose all their games, and fans. I will never watch any of their games, as I will never watch any 49’s games. He said, “When his career was over, he would move to Cuba”, The sooner he leaves the better, My opinion !!!!!!!

  6. boone1 says:

    Kaepernick Because he’s too divisive and not worth the headache.And he is not worth the money as well.

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