Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper, and Patriot.
Let’s see, Democrats have the IRS scandal they are trying to cover up, the same with Benghazi and the NSA.
Of course they can’t send their time doing things of substance, like putting an economic plan in place that makes sense to all but those who live in their parallel universe, getting rid of failed social programs, in lieu of decimating our own armed forces. Nope they have more smoke and mirrors for us to take our focus off the ball.
The arrogance among those who believe erroneously to be our masters are completely mistaken.
Mess with over paid people working in unionized jobs in the federal government but leave the private sector alone. While you are doing that, try reading the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Combined they have, contains 4,543 words, including the signatures and has four sheets, 28-3/4 inches by 23-5/8 inches each. It contains 7,591 words including the 27 amendments.
Contrast this with the so-called law called ObamaCare, bureaucracies in the Obama Administration have thus far published approximately 11,588,500 words of final Obamacare regulations, while there are only 381,517 words in the Obamacare law itself.
***File under why do we pay them?***
“We all respect freedom of speech, but the trademark office has rejected names which are considered offensive and they should do it now,” Pelosi told the National Congress of American Indians on Thursday, according to the Huffington Post.
“They can keep their name on the team, but when it comes to all the stuff — that’s serious money. So I think that is one path that we can go.”
According to ProFootballTalk, “losing the trademark on the name would allow anyone to print knockoff Redskins gear and cost the team and the league millions of dollars a year in merchandising” and could potentially force Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder to “change his mind on the subject if losing the trademark affected the team’s profitability.”
Snyder has said that he would “NEVER” change the team’s name, but when his neighbor registered “the Washington Bravehearts” name, it led to speculation that the Redskins could change their name while keeping their logo.
Pelosi said last year that it would be a “good idea” if the Redskins changed their name.
The federal government recently rejected the trademark for Redskins Hog Rinds because it deemed the name to be disparaging and offensive.
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