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Ray Rice committed a crime. Roger Goodell did not commit a crime.
I heard a lady (yes, as unbelievable as it sounds...a lady) in an interview the other day almost crying because she thought Ray Rice should be given a "second chance." A second chance? To do what? To slug a woman again? He should be incarcerated awaiting trial.
Goodell, on the other hand, should not even be in the picture. He is not Ray Rice's conscience. He is not responsible for Ray Rice.
"But," you say, "The punishment he doled out was insufficient. Yes, it was. The punishment should have been doled out by the justice system and Ray Rice should be in jail. The NFL had absolutely nothing to do with what Ray Rice did. They are his employer, not his baby sitter.
If I slugged one of my co-workers (most of whom are women), where do you think I'd be? I'd be in jail and without a job. That where Ray Rice should be.
We've not heard a word from NOW, or NAACP or any other liberal organization about the atrocity to a woman or the fact that Ray Rice is a Black person. We have not heard the liberal press speaking out against what he did. We have only heard that Roger Goodell is somehow complicit in this incident. Hog-ever-lovin'-blue-eyed-wash!
When are we going to get our priorities straight as a nation? The answer is, of course, we are not. Our priorities have been deliberately changed little-by-little until they are almost unrecognizable. We demonstrate every day that mankind is totally depraved. It happens on a small scale at the office or at the bridge club and it happens nationally, as well as world wide.
Ray Rice should be in jail. Roger Goodell should be allowed to get on with his job as NFL Commissioner.