Colion Noir’s Response – NFL Bans This Commercial – Hypocrisy
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[Colion Noir’s Response – NFL Bans This Commercial – Hypocrisy]
The Following Daniel Defense Superbowl Ad was Banned by the NFL
It’s been a long road getting here. And a lot has changed since I’ve got back. Now this is the center of my world. And my families safety is my highest priority. I am responsible for their protection. And no one has the right to tell me how to defend them. So I’ve chosen the most effective tool for the job.
DANIEL DEFENSE. Defending Your Nation. Defending Your Home.
[Colion Noir] Source: LYBIO.net
Do you smell that? Smells like…smells like hypocrisy. So let me get this straight. I can watch a bunch of muscle bound human wrecking balls collide with each other at close to terminal velocity, flirting with becoming a [paraplegic] with every snap of the football simply for our entertainment. Watch a commercial about shitting – I mean shipping my pants; watch Bar Refaeli suck face with Michael Moore’s immaculately conceived love-child. Lets not forget the strip-teased twerk-fest that was and usually is the half-time show. There is something about a commercial where a man who has served his country with his life talks about protecting his family that just goes to far. You do realize that’s like teaching a 15 year old how to cool meth, pimp prostitutes and gamble but beat him for picking his nose. This type of selective censorship is really bordering on a line of social lunacy where the idea of self protection is considered offensive. But I can watch Beyonce happily, I might add; hump the stage during half-time show. And don’t even bother coming at me with the: “We don’t wanna politicize football.” When Mayor Bloomberg he’s in a lot of commercial where he insidiously advocates the taking away of Constitutional right. Along with Bob Costas male breathing his way through an anti-gun soliloquy during Sunday Night Football.
I see mor beer commercials during the Super Bowl than I see football. But don’t get me wrong I love beer especially IPA’s and if some company wants to give me 3 million dollars I’ll name a specific brand but lets not act like alcohol doesn’t account for more debts than guns do. But I don’t see it in a — or the powers that be banning beer commercials. I’d love to hear someone try to explain convincingly to a football player who gets paid millions of dollars to play arguably the most popular sport in America on National Television probably drives around in a car that costs more than the medium annual salaries of most of his fan. Lives in a house the size of the arenas he plays in and try to tell him that it’s not a good idea to have a gun for protection. All because a couple of jack-asses do something bad with a gun and NFL thinks it has a gun problem. But I wanna address the number of players with D.U.I.’s and drinking problems, or better yet ban alcohol commercials from football games.
[Colion Noir] Source: LYBIO.net
I like football; I love beer. I watch Beyonce hump the stage until I’m blue in the face but I have to call a spade a spade. And banning a commercial that espouses the very foundation this county was founded on, is hypocritical as fuck.
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Colion Noir’s Response – NFL Bans This Commercial – Hypocrisy. I like football; I love beer. I watch Beyonce hump the stage until I’m blue in the face. Complete Full Transcript, Dialogue, Remarks, Saying, Quotes, Words And Text.