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Several Players From 1972 Dolphins Refusing To Attend White House Ceremony Because of Obama’s Policies
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[quote:Rudib770:MV8yMzI3NTg4XzM5NzA4ODk4XzkzODM1Rjc2] This makes my day. This is extremely important to the millions of people who are standing against this fucking illegal, corrupt administration on a daily basis who get nothing but comments of being anti this or anti that or racist. I am not a racist but yet I am concerned about the path we are on as a country because of the thuggery of this administration and the lack of responsible leadership in the republican house and senate. My thought is that John Boehner should not have been put back in in November 2010 as the Speaker. He is weak and is a fucking coward. He is the problem in the Republican party who is helping Obama get away with subverting the constitution, breaking laws, and the continuous theft of money from the American people. (Hey, Boehner you know this is nothing I have not fucking said to you to your fucking staff and your message system. You don't have the balls to stand up to Obama. Either he has something on you or you are a fucking plant who needs to be investigated as well.) You are, in my opinion, worse than the slime in the Democrat party. I hope when you die and I hope it is in my lifetime, you see the little fucking devil gremlins come and take your fucking ass into hell where you belong. [/quote]
The White House said Monday that it is not disappointed that some members of the 1972 Miami Dolphins have decided not to attend a White House ceremony Tuesday that honors them 41 years after they won the Super Bowl.
“No. People are certainly allowed to make whatever decision they’d like to make on that,” White House principal deputy press secretary Josh Earnest said when asked whether the White House was disappointed that several members of the team won’t appear with President Barack Obama because of political differences.
Hall of Famer Jim Langer told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, “We’ve got some real moral compass issues in Washington.”
“I don’t want to be in a room with those people and pretend I’m having a good time. I can’t do that. If that [angers] people, so be it,” Langer said.
Manny Fernandez told the paper, “I’ll just say my views are diametrically opposed to the President’s.
“Enough said. Let’s leave it at that. I hope everyone enjoys the trip who goes,” Fernandez added.
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