Friday, August 22, 2008

The Weak Ender

These broads are crying because they now have to go out and get real jobs like the rest of us.

And seriously, is anybody else buying that the U.S. loss was legitimate? Not even David Stern himself would have the brass ones to pull out such an obvious fix like the U.S. women's softball team did yesterday.

Is there anybody buying this?

The IOC dropped softball from the games back in 1995, saying that the 2008 Olympics in Beijing would be the final appearance of the sport. The reason? The United States was too dominant. And the Athens games in 20004 did nothing to change that perception.

Now the U.S. team loses to Japan in 2008, and now people are wondering if they pulled the plug too soon on the sport. Columnists are now saying that the United State's loss could be the biggest boon for the sport.

Really, who could have seen that coming? Oh yeah, the people who fixed the game saw that coming. They new that the only way to preserve this sport in the Olympics would be to throw a game.

This collection of athletes should be ashamed of themselves. They all should be regarded as traitors as they put their sport before their country. In this trying time when Americans are overseas fighting for our freedoms, this is truly and utterly despicable.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Needs some Hope Solo.

Shawne Merriman said...

Go Raiders

Anonymous said...

Shut the hell up

Anonymous said...

Oh man, I remember the 20004 games in Athens. It was awesome when the Mooninites took platinum in space-curling.