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Colin Kaepernick this time you went too far ,we for one have had enough celebrity BS

#Kapernick dealing with being oppressed

#Kaepernick dealing with being oppressed

August 31,2016
by PJ Blogger and the staff of the Ridgewood blog
Ridgewood NJ, This is a strategic PR move by him and his people. It was already decided months ago that the faltering quarterback was being cut from the team, so before the announcement of him getting cut make headlines,his handlers had to make headlines before that news came out.
So, to sit down during the National Anthem was a brilliant move for Kaepernick to make headlines so that he comes off as a victim which fits in with the political climate, and spin it as if its about people and oppression. So later when they announce that he is being cut, which most of you don’t know, it will now look like he is being cut, because he “stood up for you and against the system. Which you will all believe without question.
We are get a bit tired and board of the reality TV antics and multi million dollar celebrities yelling about how repressed they are so we at the Ridgewood blog have decided to boycott all NFL games and ESPN until they stand and act like men or at lest act like professionals.
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Peace out, fools! Obama plays the clown by flashing the peace sign for nuclear security summit ‘team photo’

Obama peace out

Peace out, fools! Obama plays the clown by flashing the peace sign for nuclear security summit ‘team photo’… and gets a very unimpressed look from David Cameron and bemused world leaders

President Barack Obama is meeting dozens of world leaders for a nuclear summit in Washington, DC, today
He gave the peace sign as the group stood together for a ‘team photo’ – bemusing dozens of the world’s politicians
Prime Minister David Cameron looked less than impressed by Obama’s behavior amid a strained special relationship
Obama recently slammed Cameron for being ‘distracted’ during the crisis in Libya and turning it into a ‘s**t show’
World leaders discussed nuclear terrorist threats as well as the controversial Iran deal at the summit


PUBLISHED: 13:55 EST, 1 April 2016 | UPDATED: 19:23 EST, 1 April 2016

Surrounded by world leaders, President Barack Obama gave the peace sign as they gathered for a ‘team photo’ during a two-day nuclear summit.

All eyes were on Obama as 54 other presidents and prime ministers joined him in Washington, DC, for crunch talks on Iran and terrorist threats involving nuclear weapons.

There was one set of eyes, however, that was particularly focused on the President – those of Prime Minister David Cameron.

Relations between Cameron and Obama have been strained since the President criticized the Prime Minister for getting ‘distracted’ during the crisis in Libya and turning it into a ‘s**t show’.

There was more than metaphorical distance between the pair at today’s summit, with Cameron only able to glare at Obama from across the podium as he was elbowed out to the edge of the stage.

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