The NFL’s Roger Goodell is Actually PC Principal in Reality

by John Galt
November 27, 2017 22:30 ET

Watch this instructional video on PC Principal (courtesy of South Park) and then reflect:

So what does the so-called PC Principal and Commissioner Goodell have in common?

To get some idea, let’s review Rush Limbaugh’s rant on the NFL from 2016 with many thanks to the DailyRushbo via YouTube:

The truth of the matter was obvious to any real NFL football fan several years ago when Princess Goodell was made the “Commish” of the league; he is a far left extremist anointed by a bunch of left-wing millionaires and billionaires to try to make football “likeable” to the politically correct “in” crowd which was hip when Obama was President.

The results?

Yeah. Bingo.

I could post hundreds of pictures of full college stadiums for football versus NFL games, butt why beat a dead liberal?

The truth is that the NCAA, love or hate them (I’m in the latter camp), actually has an entertaining product which people will watch. Yes, it has built in protections with the targeting penalty and expulsions for violations of unsportsmanlike conduct rules, but it is clearly NOT trying to impose a Colin Losernick type of political agenda down the viewer’s throats.

Goodell is a virus.

The infection is destroying the game I grew up with.

He has tried to reduce violence in the NFL game to the point where it is unwatchable. As a former season ticket holder for the hapless Tampa Bay Buccaneers, someone will have to explain to me why I would want to spend $5,000 (at a minimum) to watch this crap. Worse, the virus, aka, Goodell, has made the game so politically correct that taking a crap on our veterans and our flag is now fashionable and acceptable.

Of course for his wonderful job, what did PC Commish demand?

Via ESPN earlier this month:

The committee will address Goodell’s salary and compensation package. The last written counterproposal from Goodell, which was around the first of August, was seeking about $49.5 million per year, as well as the lifetime use of a private jet and lifetime health insurance for his family, according to a source familiar with the negotiations.

Ratings are down.

Fans are not showing up for games.

Ticket brokers and scalpers are suicidal.

Yet this ass-clown demands health insurance for his family and a private jet for the rest of his life?

I’ve never heard of being rewarded for doing a bad job, but if the NFL owners are gambling that the upcoming strike in 2020 will give them what they want, they may well get it; a repeal of their anti-trust exemption, no more public financing for stadiums, and only 25,000 to 30,000 fans per game.

Keep losing hundreds of millions of dollars ESPN, the NFL, and big networks and met know how that works out for you with that politically correct piece of crap you have as a commissioner.

Meanwhile, I’ll spend the money to go see some REAL football.

Pass me the turnover chain.


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