Great “Feel-Good” Story From The NFL!!!!!!!


Photo credit to USA Today.


The above pic is the last play of the game, ending on the 2 yard line. 

Kaepernick is not only an American Flag/National Anthem kneeling POS, he also is a Castro tee-shirt sporting POS, who praised Cuba’s literacy rate under the Castro regime, and condemned the US for FALSLY claiming the US spends more on our prison system than our education system. 

No word from Kaepernick about the abject poverty the people of Cuba are subjected to, or the mass murders committed by the Castro regime, the imprisonment of political rivals, the lack of basic human rights, etc., etc……..

So, just after the death of Fidel, Kaepernick’s 49er’s came to Miami to play a football game.  A pre-game interview didn’t go well, as Colin refused to condemn Castro.

As captioned in the top photo, #47 is Kiko Alonso, linebacker for the Miami Dolphins, whose father is a Cuban exile.  Alonso got the assist in the tackle on the last play of the game.  He also recovered a fumble and intercepted a pass in the Dolphin win over the ‘9ers.  Open-mouthed smile  Yeh!!!!!!!!!!

Could you even write a better script than that?

You can bet Humberto is loving this!  For another good read unrelated to football ….

Why all that Dancing in the Streets of Miami?

I think I’ll have a celebratory beer on this one!  Go Fish!

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57 Responses to Great “Feel-Good” Story From The NFL!!!!!!!

  1. Latitude says:

    too funny…Kiko is a friggin bull….and Colin is a toothpick

  2. DirkH says:

    Cuba healthcare:
    “Katielin 1 comment collapsed Collapse Expand
    Mr. Maher should do some research before spouting nonsense. Cuba boasted of free healthcare before Castro for people
    that were unable to pay, they went to hospitals. For people that were able to pay they were members of clinics
    which charged a membership fee of anywhere between $2 and $10 per month. My parents paid $10/month and because of
    my mother’s difficult pregnancy she went to the so called best obstetrician and the best clinic on the island.
    At the same time of my birth the then president’s wife was also giving birth at the same clinic. It stands to
    reason that the best care was given to my mother and all for $10/month. Doctors made house calls and there were
    no shortage of physicians.
    Regarding the so called free healthcare, when the patients’ family has not only to provide the bedclothes, the food,
    and the medicine (including syringes unless you want them to use a used one) I tend to think that it is really not
    free, especially since if you do not have relatives in the US to send the medicine, then it is nearly impossible
    to obtain.
    Mr. Maher would not last one week in Cuba if he had to live like a normal Cuban citizen.

    This is not Auschwitz, this is the psychiatric hospital in Castro’s Cuba
    Leftists say this is due to US embargo. This is nonsense:
    Combiomed in Havana produces and exports medical devices.
    “The headquarters for Combiomed are located at what the Castro regime refers to as “the scientific pole of East Havana.”
    According to its website, more than 12,000 medical equipment manufactured by Combiomed is being used in many countries
    around the world “and this number increases by several hundred each month.” And what type of medical equipment are we
    talking about? Equipment that is not available at the hospitals that treat regular Cubans.”

    • DirkH says:

      And re Cuban high life expectancy: Regime does not count babies that die within 3 days as life births. This removes nearly all child deaths from statistic, adding years to the average life expectancy.

      Leftists: So stupid they trust statistics published by Communist states!

      • DirkH says:

        I still have my magical Breitbart linking powers!

        • suyts says:

          Very glad to see the powers are still intact!!!!

        • Me says:

          I think it may have something to do with censoring by reagion! As I have seen Lat complain about this before and I posted the exact word with out any problems, and it was the same with what I saw Dirk do a little while ago.

        • Me says:

          Or it maybe something more with the location, and someone inside his net provider that doesn’t like what he says.

        • DirkH says:

          “Or it maybe something more with the location, and someone inside his net provider that doesn’t like what he says.”

          Nope; only wordpress determines what goes on wordpress. It would only be possible to manipulate the commenting for others with a lot of coding effort specifically for wordpress’s comment forms. Providers would just block a blog completely if a state agency forced them.

      • Latitude says:

        My father in law spent 3 years in Castro’s prison….they had a fun game they liked to play
        They would put one bullet in the chamber, spin it…..put it to his head…and click

  3. philjourdan says:

    Miami almost blew that game, but I love rooting against SF and Kapernick! Great way to enjoy the game more knowing a measure of justice was exacted!

  4. Latitude says:

    Frack on!!….

    OPEC Agrees to Cut Production in Drive to End Record Glut

    …………..Benchmark Brent crude prices resume climb to top $50 a barrel ..

  5. Latitude says:

    Things are looking up….Pelosi kept her job! (the last thing I want to see is some “rational” liberal leading them)

  6. Latitude says:

    Taking stupidity to a higher level….

    #DumpKelloggs: Breakfast Brand Blacklists Breitbart, Declares Hate for 45,000,000 Readers

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