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Everyone on social media is praising President Obama for the speech on gay marriage. His position hasn’t really changed: He thinks it’s tolerable, and it should be up to the states to decide. Sound familiar? A candidate gets elected and they leave it up to the states to make the decision. As it should be. But of course you’re all going to praise him. It’s a re-election bid. He has stalled the subject for four years, and he’s going to stall it again for the next four if he gets re-elected. A federal appeal for recognition of gay marriage would be nearly impossible to pass. Maybe one day, when the kids of today have grown up and out of their fantasy world where the notion of commercial enterprise is considered dishonest and the making of profit is immoral, the “religious freaks” you all preach against will calm down. Stop paying attention to social issues. It’s the economy, stupid
Today, Ravens coach John Harbaugh appeared on a Baltimore radio station to promote an ALS charity run. But the conversation inevitably turned to football, and when it did, it specifically turned to the subject of cheating in the NFL. Harbaugh’s response might irk disciples of the great Bill Belichick:
In the end, everything is brought before the light of day, when it’s all said and done. What happens, even the thing in New England, no matter whether those things had any impact on whether they won their championships or not, they got asterisks now. It’s been stained. To me, it’s never worth it.
It also comes less than four months after this NFL.com article, in which Harbaugh has nothing but praise for the Patriots coach:
I just respect Bill Belichick as a coach and man, I really do. He’s the greatest coach in our league right now, and that’s proven. That’s why you get so excited to play against him as a coach… He’s always treated me well over the years. He’s always been at the top of the profession, and when a guy like that treats you well, you appreciate that.
We should also probably add that Belichick is the man who vouched for Harbaugh when he interviewed for the Ravens’ head coaching job.
Just remember, Coach Harbaugh: Bitches get stitches. See you in Week 3.