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    Per SI.com:

    If Rush Limbaugh becomes part-owner of the St. Louis Rams -- which I'm told is not even close to happening right now -- he may want to do something about the organization's political leanings. According to politico.com, no NFL team in the past 20 years has donated more money to the Democratic Party than the Rams. Politico reported in September that the Rams had given $230,050 to the Democrats, or 98 percent of the franchise's total political donations. That would mean that in 20 years, the Rams have given about $4,600 to Republicans. That's not even enough for a 30-second spot on Limbaugh's national radio show.



    Lets not make this another political thread guys. I'm just posting this as an FYI. No need to debate it.

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    I'm a bit amused by much of the blather about Rush Limbaugh- as if one's political leanings have even the slightest thing to do with how they would run a professional sports franchise. George W. Bush ran the Texas Rangers. So what? It's apples and bowling balls. As long as the person in charge was making sound financial decisions and was committed to winning, I could care less if Josef Stalin was running the Rams.

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      never mind the probability that if he becomes an owner. He becomes AN owner. Not THE owner. People are blowing this so far out of proportion it is almost funny.
      The Rams... Where dreams go to die.

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        I care because I think all organizations are a reflection of their leaders and in bad times you need a leader with good character. I think he lacks good character.
        "The disappointment of losing is huge!"

        Jack Youngblood

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          MAKE THE PAIN STOP! ENOUGH WITH LIMBAUGH!

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            Re: Peter King on Rush

            Originally posted by bigredman View Post
            MAKE THE PAIN STOP! ENOUGH WITH LIMBAUGH!
            Hey, do want to talk about how bad Bulger is vs. Boller?
            "The disappointment of losing is huge!"

            Jack Youngblood

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              Re: Peter King on Rush

              Scott, I know you posted this for informational purposes and with no intent to start any political discussion, but the content is almost nothing but politics and Dez has made it clear that there is to be none of that on ClamRam. Time to close this thread.

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