The Golden Rule: Why Smith and the Union Cannot Win

March 12, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As a football fan living outside America I am having a bit of a chuckle at the union and the National Football Players Association thinking they are ahead in the bargaining game—so far ahead they reason that the general public will make sure these millionaires from a game are not replaceable.  Folly, sheer folly in it's most arrogant and ridiculous form.
What these guys need to understand is—the Golden Rule—the ones with the Gold make the rules!
They joined a league, operated for generations before them, owned and propagated by owners who went through much to build the league to where it is.  The players are simply commodities and should be.  Have any of them built a telecommunications, oilfield, automotive or any other form of industry?  Every single owner, other than our own dear publicly owned Packers, are owned by billionaires whom have made, and continue to make, money contributing to society in worthwhile manners.
The players?...

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