And now, in the second decade of the twenty-first century in America, the country has gone amok and finally there are some signs of righting the ship. We lost our moral compass, we forgot about the importance of the truth, we substituted political manipulations for common sense and we put political correctness on a silver platter. And while the Washington Redskins were by no means the major concern as an outcome, they offer a great point about the stupidity of political correctness while also showing that fighting against it can be won when the right condition prevail.
So when the Supreme Court ruled that a trade mark law which could void the use of a disparaging name was in violation of the First Amendment, no group is more likely to benefit than the Washington Redskins. And while I'm no fan of Dan Snyder, team owner, and his management style, I'm glad he held fast to the use of the name, a proud tradition in Washington for more than a half century.
Ever since President Obama introduced the change in trade mark regulations, trying to force his desire for Snyder to change the team nickname, I've been calling the team just the Redskins, for the problem with the name in recent years has been located in the city which is represented, Washington. And for anyone to have such a shallow mind as to think that all American Indians were opposed to the nickname, they have both no clue and no common sense. But, then again, it's what liberals do. They take a stand on every conceivable issue, important to the nation or not, and just assume that they know what everyone else wants, never even taking the time to find out the truth.
So for all of my fellow Redskin fans I say with a hearty voice, "HAIL TO THE REDSKINS". And may a proud football team once and for all be left alone. They've got something else much more important to focus on. And what's that? Finding a way to be a big winner again. Let the boys in burgundy and gold get back to work. On you Sons of Washington!