Stand With RG3; Save The REDSKINS Name!!!

RedskinsYou’d think the change the name crowd is gathering momentum but they’re not.  We supporters of THE WASHINGTON REDSKINS are not racists or homophobes, and we are not intentionally or unintentionally offending Native Americans because we want to keep the traditional name of our football team.  This debate is stupid and is going nowhere.  Four out of five individuals polled are fine keeping the name, and more importantly, in a 2004 poll, 91% of Native Americans saw no problem with the name.  The ownership of the team wouldn’t dare make a change, lest they loose millions of dollars in merchandise fees.

I proudly stand with RG3 in his Twitter post in defense of our team’s name and against these politically correct blowhards.  The guy is a model citizen, athlete, and role model and I’m proud to be a fan.  Talk about someone with his head screwed on straight and his priorities in order.  Never change the name and Hail To The Redskins!!!

About Brian Penn

Avid sports fan and golf nut. I am a lifelong resident of the Washington D.C. area and love to follow the local teams. Also worked as a golf professional in the Middle Atlantic PGA for several years and am intrigued by the game to no end. I love to play and practice and am dedicated to continual improvement.
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1 Response to Stand With RG3; Save The REDSKINS Name!!!

  1. Brian Penn says:

    “You can use caps!” Big “thank you” to REDSKINS owner Dan Snyder for his support for never changing the name of the team.

    Let’s end this silly debate right now! HTTR!

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