Hang ‘Em High

[Ed Note: Today’s column was written by guest bloggist Lowell Cohn, of the Santa Rosa Press Unca_Chuck. The Outsider is not responsible for nor does it necessarily endorse any of the views presented here.]

The lockout is now two months old. If the players had not left the negotiating table, an action that triggered the lockout, there would most certainly be a new CBA by now. Case closed. The players are to blame.

So, what are we going to do about these overpaid brats that are ruining our spring and moving along toward ruining our summer, too? I suggest we all write an email to Peyton Manning and tell him to get this straightened out. Screw Tom Brady. He’s a wuss. Manning is a level headed guy with the power to bring DeMaurice Smith down to earth. The man is a cancer and almost solely to blame for the mess that is occurring.

Better yet, let’s all email the POTUS:

Dear Prez,

Yo, dude. Get this damn football mess cleaned up pronto. Send in some black ops fellas from the IRS to audit every player in the league that supports DeMaurice Smith. End of lawsuit. End of lockout. Easy shit. Probably even Constitutional. Who cares? Do it.

Disgruntled fan and VOTER

Let’s face it. There’s nothing that would increase the POTUS’ popularity more than forcing the players and owners into a locked room and keeping them there until they reached an agreement. True, this might guarantee four more years of Obama, which would not be pleasing to one and all, but what’s more important: the POTUS or the NFL? It’s not even close.

An extensive ten year audit should commence immediately on DeMaurice and any player who supports him and those players’ agents, too. Give the owners a pass. They contribute to the economy and presidential election funds and provide teams for us to root for. Players and agents are just selfish greed heads. All they contribute to is jewelry stores and thug entourages.

Do we have a sunny view of the current crop of players populating the various sports enterprises of America? No. We do not. If they are on your team, they’re okay. All the rest of them are punks. Strutting, posturing, look-at-me punks.

Where have you gone, Joe Dimaggio? Indeed.

P.S.: This is not an endorsement of Jerry Jones. He’s a jerk. But somebody has to own the Cowboys, so why not a colossal asshole? It’s poetry.

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  1. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    No football…or football and 4 more years of Osama…(ooops i ment Obama)…man…..im gonna have to think about that one…..ok… screw football

  2. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    If the players would just get back to the table this could get done. Once done we could get back to the irenic days of fighting about which players are bums and which are winners. But the lawyers are too busy counting their earnings to get back to the bargaining table. Unfortunately, the players are not yet old enough and experienced enough to see what is happening. Once they start losing actual paychecks the brevity will cease and they will wise up. Unless they win at the 8th circuit, and then the lawyers call the shots for the next 3 years. I’d hate to have to hear about this for the next 3 years. I say get it done this year even if it costs a few games.

  3. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I think this is the most intelligent Lowell has ever sounded. It is like Skeebers actually wrote the above article for him

  4. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    No way. I would never say anything mean about our beloved players or condone any abusive and unfair IRS vendetta. Even if DeMaurice deserves to walk under a falling safe. That would be an act of God, which is okay.

  5. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    How about this fresh off of PFT:

    During today’s ProFootballTalk Live, which featured a return visit from Commissioner Roger Goodell, I wanted to give him a chance to address the rumor that, if the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals rules that the lockout should be lifted, the league is considering shutting down all operations until a new labor agreement is negotiated with the players.
    My goal was to give Goodell an opportunity to remove this inflammatory, controversial, and potentially catastrophic option from the table. As Rosenthal pointed out earlier today, Goodell opted not to do so.
    Seems the owners losing might actually create a stoppage anyway.

  6. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    So, both sides are equally stubborn and stupid.

    Hello scabs. The owners ain;t going to let the stadiums sit empty. They’ll fill ’em with wannabees . . .

  7. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    Hmmm, NoFear. The ONLY ones that spell Osama Usama is Fox news. I think they just enjoy putting USA in his name. Some kind of sick Murdoch joke. . . .
    Now if they could only get Qaddafi right . . .

  8. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    You seeing black helicopters too?

  9. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    The above 4 posts show these day’s zeitgeist. Fox trying to be accurate and the dems dissing them for it because they aren’t interested in accuracy, no, they just want you to vote their way.
    IOW, who cares about being correct, the liberal networks and Dems need to brain wash the Uncas of the world. Put your hand out, they’ll put something in it for you. Vote for their platform and get a tingling feeling in your leg! To hell with having a strong, fair country for you go forward in and feel safe, no, they want power and they’ll break the country to get your vote. Vote for them Liberals and make sure to watch MSNBC and CNN.
    A mind is a terrible thing to waste. A good experiment, a country called America, is a terrible thing to waste. Thank you FDR, you idiot and power monger.

  10. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    Berger, you don;t think the owners will use scabs?
    Right. Fox is fair and balanced. Obama was born in Nigeria, and he’s a Socialist demagogue who is a closet tirlateralist.
    Glenn Beck is right. Empathy = totalitarianism.
    For 8 years we got to hear how saying ANYTHING against the president was tantamount to unpatriotic behavior. Protesting the war was treasonous. Protesters were labeled whack-job fringe radicals.
    Lo and behold, when Obama was elected, Everything Fox reported on was immediately reversed. Protesters were a legitimate force. Questioning the war was de riguer. Obama was ridiculed for continuing policies set forth by Bush.
    100,000 troops have been drawn out of Iraq, OBL is dead, and Obama has vowed to start pulling troops out of Iraq, yet what you get from Fox and it’s talking heads is that the OBL killing was a smoke screen to get people off of the birther issue.
    Yeah, fair and balanced. Thing is, Berger, you blindly eat their pablum and say gimme more. You hear what you want to hear. You’re like the guy at the tea party rally holding the sign that says “Keep the government out of Medicare” Be sure to vote for Sarah Palin.
    What to know what’s even funnier? The right talks about smaller government, less intrusion, blah blah blah, and you believe it. Cutting services to the elderly. Cutting medicare benefits. Taking away the right to collectively bargain. We ALL muust tighten our belts, right? Touch their 2% tax break? Treason!
    The Republican congress held up benefits to 9/11 first responders to get their 2%. Read that sentence over and over until it sinks in.

  11. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    The real funny thing, Berger, is yeah, we all know BOTH sides tilt shit to their viewpoint.
    You think it’s only the left?
    Come on. Don’t be so naive.

  12. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Unca- I am a Republican because I am actually an anti-Democrat. I am no fan of the Republicans but I hate the destruction of my country by the Democrats. Truth be known, at heart I am more of an Independent or Libertarian than a Republican, but voting other than Republican is like giving the Dems a vte. Funny thing is I haven’t watched Fox since September and I don’t know a single Tea Party member, or if I do, I wouldn’t know. Nice try. I loved your Democrat talking points.
    All FDR had to do to stop the Great Depression was lower the top tax bracket from 90% to 50%. The rich would have took much of their money out of their Swiss bank accounts and blind trusts to invest it in American business. FDR decided that government would take over that chore instead and the depression lasted until the war bailed us out.

  13. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    “All FDR had to do . . .” Hindsight is easy, Berger.
    Talking points? Read that last sentence from my previous post. This is the reality of politics in America. Don;t touch mine. Greed certainly isn’t exclusive to the right, but the tax code as of now is the lowest it’s been in a long time. You’d think we were reaching levels of the English with the hooraw around that 2% the right won’t give up. How is taking collective bargaining away from teachers a talking point? You talk of Obama destroying the country. What about losing the right to negotiate in good faith? That smacks of government interference. Totalitarianism. Where’s your angst for that?
    I’ve voted all across the board as well. Big whooop. I’m not blind in my support of any party or ideology. What pisses me off is people who think that Obama is somehow destroying the country. He’s a politician. Like ALL the rest. Nothing more, nothing less.
    Bush got us into 2 wars, bailed out Wall St with trillions, enacted some of the largest government-growing policies in history (no child left behind, drug for seniors), and he’s a glowing example of how to grow corporate profits at the expesne of the citizenry. Where’s the backlash for that? Obama has stayed the same course pretty much, and he’s evil incarnate. That’s fair and balanced? Right. Drink the koolaid Rupert is pouring.
    Like I said, you are falling for the pablum put out there by the media.

  14. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    It’s a sad day in hell when the football blog gets taken over by dueling political points of view. Oh yeah the players walked out?! Not that I believe there is a “right to negotiate in good faith” for public servants. Gummint + union = big expensive bullies.

    Pondering the fate of Alex Smith is so much more rewarding

  15. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    Not much to talk about, PF. Unless the Alex Smith ad nauseum talk floats your boat. How much more lockout crap can there be?
    Wall St. gets a pass for bringing down the world economy, but those greedy goddamn teachers need to stop living the high life!
    Right. Focus on the smoke and mirrors . . .

  16. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Actually, the problem I had with Bush is he spent too much. Now we have a President showing that Bush hardly spent at all.
    Do you want to know why Wall St got a pass for bringing down the world economy? The answer is elementary. The money that brought the world economy down was funnelled(securitized) through Fannie Mae. Who ran Fannie Mae? Of course it was the Democrats. Time to lawyer up and cover up. Where was/is the press? Oh wait, they don’t cover Democrats going amuck, they have to protect the party that protects their union. Good ole boys sticking together.
    Ever wonder why nobody went to jail over the Fannie Mae debacle? Why of course, they were Democrats. Bush told us this was going to happen if we don’t reign in Fannie Mae in 2003, the Democrats scoffed, blocked the hearings and then it happened. That Bush guy is sure stupid according to the Democrats. Remember, everything is Bush’s fault. That is ll you need to know, that is what you’ve been programmed to know.

  17. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    BTW- I thought the Iraq war was the correct decision and am glad it turned out to be the correct move in the long run.

  18. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Football being in limbo/hell I guess we revert to the distant #2- politics for entertainment. Third on my list and less entertaining still would be religion(s),crazy ass belief systems.
    Since I’m over here by choice and partly to escape some of the madness I fortunately can only take this so seriously. No football over here but we got an islamic rebellion on the other side of the island been going on for about 300 years. Politics is probably the big sport over here not that I give a rats ass.
    I’m still curious about the trajectory of Alex’s career but more importantly how the heck the 9ers will recover under Harbaugh from their multi-year train wreck. This year I’m hoping for 8-8 optimist that I am.

  19. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Good to see you Phil!

  20. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Trajectory of Alex’s career? Usually I’d call it a downward spiral, but just using “spiral” in the same sentence with Alex seems wrong. Downward lame duck sounds about right.

  21. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Hey there Bergs. I did go to Constable Jacks back in the day when used to live in Sactown. Saw a great bluesy band, something like “Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings”…fun stuff.

    Yeah its been a downward trajectory for the most part Dennis. So what has the team accomplished since 2002? So it will be interesting to see if it’s the coaching, GM, lousy players or the QB? If he signs we’re going to find out. I won’t be surprised if AS is a lame duck but I hope he has some consistent success for his sake and for the sake of the 9ers

  22. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Spoken like a true fan, PF. What would be neat is to see Alex have an outstanding year and the team to suddenly find itself rich in QBs, like the old days.
    Those fans who have become emotionally skewed by this issue would need some love therapy to cope with this abundance scenario, but this is the place to get it. We’ll be there for you guys!

  23. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    At this point you have to think Alex is autodidsact when it comes to QBing. He has had 6(7 if you include college) coordinators and 6 different offensive systems in 6 years. Outside of Norv Turner and maybe Mike Martz, his coaches have been below average.

  24. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Oops- that should be spelled autodidact. For some reason spell check doesn’t usually know the WOTD. Today it did but I forgot to use it.

  25. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Phil- I’m thinking of going to CJs on the 20th to see a band called Crossfire.

  26. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    Wow, NoFear. That’s sub-moronic, even for you. What victory lap? How about Mission Accomplished? Touting the end of a war 6 years ago that we are still dragging ourselves out of? Now that’s history for you. Blustery and premature. In your myopic vision of the world, I suppose you attribute everything to Bush and nothing to Obama regarding the death of OBL. Just like Sarah Palin thanking Bush and not Obama. The omission is retarded.
    Like it or not, OBL went down on Obama’s watch. He gets the kudos for it. It goes down in the hsitory books as Obama’s doing. Whine and stamp your feet as you will, but this perception is reality, skippy. Sure, Bush tried. It didn’t get done on his watch. Sorry.

  27. robNo Gravatar says:

    oops here’s one for flying V IF you’re out there !
    how about those lakers doing everything right !!??
    two words for you

  28. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    By the way, are you voting for Trump?
    I hate to tell you this, but the Republicans have become a marginalized laughingstock. Much like the Democrats in the Dukakis/Mondale days in the 1980s. And you guys think I’m saying this because I’m a Democrat. I’m a registered Independent. I have always been.
    This is what’s so cute with you guys. You get so tied to ideology and rhetoric that you fail to see the reality of the situation. In the end, these guys are all politicians. Some good, some bad, most indifferent.
    I know a shitstorm is coming my way (hello, Berger), but really, who are the Republicans going to trot out there? Palin? Trump? Santorm (BTW, for a good laugh, google Santorum. I dare you. Too funny)? Mitt? Pawlenty? Lambs to the slaughter. There’s like 30 other guys no one has heard of. Ron Paul? I like him a lot. His chances? 0%. Sorry. Thanks for playing . . .
    Newt Gingrich tweeted (tweeted!) that he’s making a run for president! How goddamn funny is that? Yeah, Newt. You tweeted. Yer hip and cool. The kids will dig you now. He might as well have faxed his candidacy in.
    Come on guys, in your heart of hearts, you know this shit is funny. And that the Red/Blue tide has turned toward the blue. Every party hits a lull for a while. It’s the red’s turn to lick it’s wounds . . .

  29. robNo Gravatar says:

    CHUCK , nice try, but i have to disagree . here’s your somewhat myopic … as you put it ,
    on this !
    first YOU SAY …
    “That’s sub-moronic, even for you. What victory lap? How about Mission Accomplished?
    Touting the end of a war 6 years ago that we are still dragging ourselves out of?”
    BUT , when in the end we do the right thing , against the left’s best efforts
    “Like it or not, OBL went down on Obama’s watch.”
    so which is it , is it the “end of a war 6 years ago we’re still digging our way out of ”
    or is it something to be savored and celebrated ?
    something we should be “all in on” to borrow a poker expression !?
    you can’t have it both ways , either we go all out and stop the left wing pussy-footing around and go get the bad guys , or we do it the libs way !
    if we waited for obama , we’d no doubt still be waiting for sanctions to work against afghanistan !
    now i know the war vs. iraq was a bit of an expensive LEFT turn (he he) and that george jr. was for the most part a huge flop as president , but i’d much rather have the iraq of today rather than the old iraq of saddam ! you know , the one where iraqis were the victims of torture and murder by the thousands each month , with no sign of it ever stopping !
    god bless the usa AND our troops for putting an end to it no matter the cost ! i also have no doubt any good iraqi would agree whole heartedly with this too !

  30. robNo Gravatar says:

    OH CHUCK !
    WASSUP DUDE , good to see you on !
    what’s funny is that every time we have a new party take over the congress and white house , the next election cycle the pendulum swings back the other way !
    (unless something dramatic happens )
    the “marginalized laughingstock ” party comes back in the mid-terms to take back one house , as i predicted would happen years ago to my co-workers ! watching the stunned look on their faces was the funny part !
    next time the senate goes back to the laughingstock party !
    i doubt obama goes out as a one termer tho ! when he does go after his second term i got 50 bucks says it’s the republicans in the white house !
    this might be funny too …
    “Come on guys, in your heart of hearts, you know this shit is funny.”
    if i didn’t know you were trying more to get a reaction than falling into the same trap the others , left AND right , always fall into !

  31. robNo Gravatar says:

    back to the important stuff …
    the owners and players have to suck it up and get this thing done ! tags and upshaw were up to the task , but this new commish has done nothing to gain my confidence ! god please tell me this idiot won’t f()ck this up !
    also guys (dennis this means you )
    here’s the main point !
    no matter what QB we got in this draft there’s no way we should have thrown him in as starter from game one ! even if fate had thrown my boi andrew luck into our laps would i have advocated starting him from day one ! that means we need a QB to be our steve deberg of the present ! whether that guy is alex smith or some journeyman free agent we still have the opportunity to sign means little ! the point is we’re going in the right direction , so go ahead and stick with it , summer’s coming !

  32. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Unca- You are entitled to your opinion. I find it typical Liberal. You are registered Independent, why? You are too embarrassed to admit you idealize with the Democrats. I understand, I would be embarrassed too. Let me give you a little advice, it is obvious you are a Democrat no matter how you register. Pick a path and go down that path if you ever want to get somewhere. Otherwise you just flop in the wind. My path is not to be a Republican but to be a staunch Anti-Democrat. After the destruction of America over the last 2.5 years it is time for change. Actually the destruction and recession started when the Dems took over Congress in 2007.
    You like Ron Paul? Really? Did you know he is considered the father of the Tea Party?
    I was one who was singing Obama’s praise for getting his Muslim buddy Osama, oh wait, I just learned yesterday that it is actually Usama. I have no problem giving credit where it is due.
    So you say the red is in trouble? How did the midterm election go for the Dems? You know, the last election we had.
    Toot for Newt! That’s who’ll I’ll be voting for. Remember him, he was the one who actually balanced the budget in the ’90s, sorry to say but it was not your boy Clinton.

  33. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    Whatever, Berger. Yer so far into denial you can’t see straight.
    The destruction of America? Show me. The health plan didn’t go far enough. The ins. companies escaped their role in fucking up the system. Keep spouting the usual Fox blather. Christ, it’s crazy that you have ZERO objectivity in any of this.
    How has your life changed since 08? Iowa voteed for gay marriage? The fricking economy is better than it was at the end of the Bush administration. Jobs are up. But, yeah that shit doesn’t matter. it’s all about immigration and gay marriage.
    Don’t get distracted by shiny things, pal.

  34. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    Further, the Tea party movement was fine before Fox News Corp co-opted it and turned it into a NASCAR-redneck-idiot-fest.
    Yeah, I’ve like Ron Paul for a while. Way before the Tea bagger orgy.
    “Government out of my medicare” indeed.
    What will you do without Glenn Beck?

  35. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Unca- So you are saying unemployment is lower now than when Obama took office? Interesting. You might want to double check your facts.
    Yes the destruction of America, like what the Dems did to the economy with Fannie Mae which is now allowing China to buy up everything. Thank you, you piece of shit Democrats.
    Did you see today’s headline on MSN? Medicare is bankrupt in 2024, not 2029 as previously reported for the Dems running for office. The truth is probably what Bush told us, it will be bankrupt in this decade. Remember how he was correct about Fannie Mae, he was dead on accurate. Is it possible he was a politician who actually spoke the truth? But since the Republicans want to do something about it and the Dems want to make promises instead, the press will cover for their buddies, the Dems. Don’t let a conservative virus get into your liberal programming. Just keep believing the press.
    How has my life changed? I’m glad you asked. I was a mortgage broker, banker, loan officer, and processor since 1995. The Dems imploded that industry and sent America, and the world, reeling. Did you happen to notice? Luckily for me, I went to college for electronics and have been able to restart in the burglar/fire/surveillance industry. Some people have not been so lucky. I would still be in the mortgage business if not for the Dems. Actually, I enjoy what I do now, but I enjoyed what I did then too, and made a lot more money. So yes, the Dems have cost me a lot of money. Luckily, I am resilient and was prepared.

  36. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    Wow, NoFear. You picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue. Bush was forced to fly the jet onto the deck and proclaim the war over? It wasn’t his fault! They said they were sorry? Wow. Give George a medal for that. Doesn’t change the facts of the matter. It was a ridiculous stunt of the highest order.
    Did I say anything about the job rate being better since Obama came in, Berger? Of course not. You came up with that. What was happening when Obama came in? Gee. Everything was perfect. Perfectly fucked up. Yeah, all dem all the time. Even though 8 years of the fall of Wall St came because of Bushie’s lassiez faire policies. Yeah, he fought tooth and nail to lessen restrictions. That did so much to curb the impending disaster.
    What to the republicans want to do? No taxes for the wealthy few. Ride herd on the middle class til they crumble under the weight of the fat cats. Give corporate America more and more power and less restrictions. Let them call the shots, and take the power away from the people.
    And you guys fully endorse this. Less government, except for abortion, gay marriage, public schools, collective bargaining, immigration, yadda yadda yadda . . .
    Parry on guys . . .

  37. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    Bush spoke the truth? That was purely accidental. “Brownie did a great job” “Mission accomplished” “They misunderestimated me” “Rarely is the questioned asked: Is our children learning?”

  38. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Obama has proven to be of the Alex Smith school of leadership = weak, expensive, lacking vision. Other than that he’s a Super Bowl champ.

  39. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Unca- You’ve been programmed well. Keep on proselytizing for your liberal movement.
    We were losing jobs when Bush left office because the Dems took control of Congress two years earlier and began destroying the mortgage system well before that.

  40. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Actually, Brownie did do a good job, he was thrown under the bus by his boss because he was communicating directly to the President. He did not follow proper protocol.
    That banner “Mission Accomplished” was put up by the members of that ship because it was the longest deployment of its existence. The Dems skewed that and have clung to that like flies on shit. Want proof, listen to yourself talk.
    BTW, when is Obama going to visit all 57 states he talked about? I heard it was the Muslims that had 57 states. Is that true and was that just a Freudian slip?

  41. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Don’t remember if it was Maiocco or Barrows, but it was speculated that Kaepernick might be used in a pistol offense in the red zone or other specialized situations. After two years of vanilla offense, it’s refreshing as hell to hear some innovative ideas being discussed.

  42. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Skeebs- It was Baalke.

  43. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    NoFear- Calling a Democrat factual would be a misnomer. They are programmed to blame Bush for everything.

  44. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    NoFear- While the event was happening it was reported by Brit Hume that the banner was for that ship and its crew. Sounds like Franks has a first hand differing version. I’ll go with his version, thanks for the info.

  45. Unca ChuckNo Gravatar says:

    So, NoFear, it’s perfectly acceptable to say Mission Accomplished, but it’s bad form to acknowlege the successful mission of killing OBL? OK, no irony there, skippy. Pick and choose little factoids as you always do. When the Republicans do something, its patriotic. When the dems do it, it’s treasonous. Even if it’s the same fricking thing.
    OK, got it. Brut Hume? I thought you didn’t watch Fox, Berger. Apparently you drink the koolaid by the gallon.
    Underestimated the vitriol? God, you are fully immersed in the bullshit, NoFear. Obama is an American citizen who was raised as a Christian. Yet he’s had to defend against birthers and cries that he’s a secret Muslim who’s destroying the US.
    He’s a politician like all the rest. No more, no less.
    You guys are so cute. You think Obama’s some sort of evil genius out to destroy the world. You guys probably dug the ‘Left Behind’ books. It’s all black and white in the wiorld. You guys are easily distracted by shiny things. . . .

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