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Old 02-25-2014, 09:28 PM   #58
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Nope. No strawman involved. Your opinion is that the NFL is too political. I may or may not disagree with you. It is an entertainment cartel. Ultimately that will be decided by the consumers as a group.
Nope this is a strawman because I asked originally:

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Why the hell, is the NFL getting so involved in politics these days?
If it is an entertainment cartel, then it's not free-market and there is little choice for the consumer to go elsewhere with their money. They would have to boycott.


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The connections are irrelevant in this context.
Nope. They are relevant to the assertion on this being a free-market.
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