Wednesday, December 9, 2009

A Constitutional Right to A College Football Playoff?

A House subcommittee approved legislation Wednesday aimed at forcing college football to switch to a playoff system to determine its national champion, over the objections of some lawmakers who said Congress has meatier targets to tackle. Read
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The Kremlin on the Potomac is becoming more outrageous every day. How do these arrogant fools interpret a constitutional authority to decide how college football will crown a champion? It seems every day brings a new realm of life that these tyrants believe they can rule.

If you are milling around your opinion of college football's BCS system, the pre-BCS bowl arrangements or a possible playoff, STOP!!! One's personal opinion of college football's methodology is irrelevant. This is about runaway power in the hands of vile individuals who believe they are our rulers.

From MyWayNews.com:

In a statement before the vote, BCS executive director Bill Hancock said, "With all the serious matters facing our country, surely Congress has more important issues than spending taxpayer money to dictate how college football is played."

The subcommittee chairman, Rep. Bobby Rush, an Illinois Democrat who co-sponsored the bill, said, "We can walk and chew gum at the same time."


I'll believe that when I see it, Congressman Rush. Since you are such a talented individual, maybe you should give this task a try: read the U.S. Constitution. It is obvious Mr. Rush and these other jackals believe they are the masters of all Americans, so he is in dire need of a liberty lesson. Then, maybe Mr. Rush can explain where he obtained the authority to mandate a college football playoff system.

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