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Old 02-25-2014, 09:41 PM   #95
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You're using semantics as a cop out.
No you're relying on failed logic by seeing things as the same when they are not. Logic requires putting things in the same category of thing. That's where your logic fails. Has nothing to do with semantics.

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The bottom line in all this is that the NFL is threatening an action that disagrees with one of your opinions so you're throwing a fit.
The way you are throwing a fit over my wanting to debate this issue because you disagree with it. Nice pot calling kettle act there.

Notice, I started out with asking why the NFL was getting so political these days--this being just another event in a string of political events.

At least you noticed that the NFL was "threatening" an action. So much for the voluntary and free exchanges that make a free-market.
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