The fact that he sucked at QB is what drove him from the football. There are hundreds of religious freaks in the NFL.
Quit trying to make that happen.
There are other very religious people in the NFL. They don't get run out. Some have even beeb ministers.
Tim's issue was mechanical...his inability to read defensive pressure and the sidearm throw which was far too easy for linebackers to read is what drove him from the NFL. There was no greater conspiracy. His team won games because he ran the ball rather than throwing (which he was;t good at) and had the best defense in the league.
Not everyone pans out.
 September 27, 2016 at 2:56pm
Maybe that’s what the chiefs actually gave him to wear ;)
(Doesn’t look like anything they’re wearing.)
 September 27, 2016 at 2:54pm
Considering what the Indians have gone through, he would have been more of a stooge to refuse to wear it. Far more concerned with all the death, suffering, and future death and suffering he has caused.
You are preaching to a bunch of dying conservatives, but your are right.
Yeah, I’m going with your memory over sourced material.
The fact-checkers are biased. Mostly they are correct, but if in doubt they will always rule against the republican. First, Trump speaks in hyperbole, so when he says Hillary has been fighting ISIS all her adult life he doesn’t mean it literally. The fact-checkers, like true government bean counters, scratch that off as untrue. In Texas we call it an exaggeration. Not the same.
Trump made the point that in discussions with Hannity he opposed the Iraq war. I did too, but only mentioned it to a few people. I stand by my country, rise or fall, but was not for this war. So it’s dishonest of the fact-checkers to mark him down on that.
Next, the fact-checkers say we’ve added 14.9 million employed since 2010. This is dishonest. Yes, we added jobs, but never made up those lost. And those added include part-time and lower-paying jobs, so not only are there fewer people today in the workforce, but family incomes are lower than in 2008. Is this what Hillary calls success?
Last, the fact-checkers and economists have a short-term memory. They say that Trump’s economic plan will increase debt by $5.3 trillion, more than Hillary’s. They forget that when Reagan reduced taxes, the economy rebounded, and tax revenues increased. With a lag of about two years, the national debt increased but then we rapidly closed the gap. Also, if Trump’s plan has no details, how did they make any calculations? Too many “non-partisan” groups are just leftist fronts.
 September 27, 2016 at 11:19am
The best description of my feeling after last night’s debate – sad.
Not angry, not frustrated, not mad, and definitely not informed.
Trump was his usual “Used Car Salesman” self, and Clinton was her “Holier then tho” self.
Did not learn anything new. Was unable to latch on to anything useful said by either. Same old talking points.
Who won? I don’t know. I am assured things would not change under Clinton (Obama 2.0) and that Trump goes into “WWE” mode when off teleprompter.
Sadly, nothing useful. Started the night “lean Trump”, ended the night “lean Trump.”
 September 25, 2016 at 11:42am
And there you have it.
The result of Democratic governance.
In no time at all it will be the new Detroit. When the cops know that their own government is more likely to prosecute them then have their backs, they are more likely to just try to make it through their shift then to keep the peace.
I was told it was racist to care and I don't want to be a racist, so I don't care.
Keep voting democrat.
 September 24, 2016 at 7:30pm
Cocked does not equal fired. Once you rack the slide the hammer is cocked. Since it is not locked back, then there is a good chance there is a round in the chamber. What I don’t see is the lip of a magazine.
Bottom line, don’t get out of your car in front of police holding a gun. They have to live through the day so I fully understand the action even if he did not bring aim.
Would Ted Cruz work to strike down Trump's unconstitutional childcare entitlement program?
Or put it another way.....Would Trump nominate someone to the Supreme Court who he knows would strike down Trump's plans?
Cruz has already stated he has no interest in being on the Supreme Court. The list is irrelevant anyway this is just Trump trying to to strong arm people like Lee who haven't endorsed him yet.
give Trump 30 minutes and he will change his mind on who is on the list anyway or even forget there was a list and just nominate his progressive baby kill loving sister judge who he thinks "would make a fantastic supreme court justice"
We don’t want to slow the tyranny down. WE WANT TO ELIMINATE TYRANNY COMPLETELY. Cruz would make a great SCOTUS but let him be a part of getting this country fixed before he lands in that spot. A SCOTUS cannot fix anything as a judge. He can only make a ruling according to the Constitution, and only when it is addressed in a lawsuit to do so. The change the SC made to a law a couple of years ago was totally against what their abilities as a SC is defined as. Therefore, in reality, their ruling is completely irrelevant. I believe it had to do with same sex bathrooms or marriage or something to do with same sex.
I’d nominate Cruz and when the Dems have a conniption and block the appointment I would wait until they are in recess and appoint Rush Limbaugh as my recess appointment. Then I’d nominate Miguel Estrada for my real pick. Now how you like them apples?
In all honesty, I'd rather have Lee on the court, and keep Cruz in the senate. I think that's where the two of them would do the most good.
Including ant tyranny The Donald will attempt to bring to us.
My thoughts exactly. Not just on the list, but promise to nominate Ted Cruz to the Supreme Court, and I will vote for Trump.
Cruz wants to be president, he could care less about the court, it doesn't fit his plans. But I would love to see him there.
Cruz has said he is not interested. Two, with him endorsing Tramp, he can not be trusted!
Could that be why he decided to endorse Trump??? Just asking.
 September 23, 2016 at 11:18am
How on earth did this non-Libertarian get to be their nominee?
I guess the same way a non-Democrat and a non-Republican got to be the nominees of their parties.
This election is tearing at my soul. I don’t want blood on my hands.
One is covered in it.
One may bring it about.
and One may simply be covered in his own tongue blood.
John 1776 that is exactly how I feel. There are other choices and I am forced to pick from those.
Libertarians have been infiltrated. Bill is his Globalist handler..
Man, you said all! This may be the first national election wherein I don't vote since 1984.
Years ago when leaving the republican party I researched various other avenues. Gary Johnson was the gigantic reason I'm an independent instead of a libertarian. People can say "he's not a true representative" but my argument would be "STOP NOMINATING BAD REPS!" because that's the whole problem with the repubs.
 September 22, 2016 at 7:18pm
And the Weiner was heard saying,
“Dam! And Hillary told me BleachBit would work on my cellphone!”
Definitely a double standard. But it worries me if the American public can't see the difference. The media is soft on Hillary, they admit they're behind her, they cover for her when she hasn't held a real press conference in nine months, they avoid reporting on her health problems even when word got out. In the meantime, Trump is attacked for anything he says, any skittle-statement his son says, anything some disgruntled former employee says.
Yep. So glad we decided to do it. Now if there was a way we could file paperwork so the state would pay us back our tax money that goes to public schools.
 September 20, 2016 at 1:49pm
Empower our enemies, the Islamists by giving them Billions of dollars.
Condemn anyone who calls them our enemies.
Give them moral and religions justification to kill our armed forces.
All these things done, and no charge of Treason.
 September 19, 2016 at 8:57pm
How is Russia this time of year?
I hear fall is the best season.
 September 19, 2016 at 5:56pm
The sad (or good) part is, this wanna-be bomb maker was so incompetent, that the bomb probably blew due to sloppy wiring as compared to any boobytrap.
Only one of his first 3 actually blew in the Jersey one, and of the two planted in NYC, only one went off.
It was wired good enough for the bomber to haul it all over the place in a backpack without detonating and/or not detonate when it was placed and armed.
That doesn't suggest gross incompetence to me.
 September 18, 2016 at 11:02pm
We already have background checks. He needs to be more specific. Anything added to the loop should be able to be challenged, unlike the mystery “no fly” list.
I’ve said it 1000 times- The average killer already has two weapons offenses on his rap sheet. The reason they get to kill is that Liberal judges cut these criminals free. Lets enforce the current laws first, before we think there is a need to write new ones.
Well said John. - Yes we actually have 'Back Ground' checks already! Only a liberal will say we need more.
I'm sure you can substantiate your claim that: "Liberal judges cut these criminals free".
You have some proof of that - yes?
Can't we enforce the current laws - WHILE we evaluate the current laws as to their effectiveness and applicability - AND consider if any new laws may be required (as technology and society changes) - ???
@zapparules...it's a fact. I see it happen here in Crook, er Cook County all the time and 107 of the men pardoned by President Obama were gun crime felons.
There are several problems with current gun control laws because it allows states like CA, MA, CT, NJ, etc to restrict 2nd Amendment rights to the point of being absurd. Current firearm restrictions in Crook, er Cook County ("assault style" rifle and high capacity magazine bans) have been utterly useless in stopping this year's record gun violence in Chicago. What we don't need is more restrictions. Australia right now is facing an epidemic of gun crimes in Melbourne, despite the nationwide gun confiscation in 1996. NO new laws are required, regardless of changes in society or technology. If anything we need to force all states to comply with the 2nd Amendment...which is part of the Bill of Rights.
 September 18, 2016 at 3:45pm
1) Dumpster was crushed inward indicating the bomb was NOT in the dumpster but outside of it and the dumpster was used to reflect the shock wave and shrapnel into the street.
2) Note, partially in Arabic was found at second location.
Quite surprised that they tried at first to say it was in the dumpster as that would have left it with the metal blown outward, not crushed inward. Guess like Clinton, they just can’t tell the truth.
 September 18, 2016 at 3:42pm
“They blew up a trash dumpster”
Nope! Turns out the dumpster got its side crushed IN by the blast. Bomb was NOT in the dumpster, in fact, the dumpster may have been used to “shape” the blast outward into the street.