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Yes, funded by the state I have no principles
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Is taking a knee at a college game a violation of church and state?

Yes, funded by the state

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I have no principles

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Is taking a knee at a college game a violation of church and state?

Hello Turd:

No.. It's a violation of the 1993 Clean Garbage and Splooge Restoraton Act.. In a nutshell, it says that you can't pick up garbage while taking a knee and splooging at the same time.

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Side: Yes, funded by the state
Amarel(5551) Clarified
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And you don't think we have enough regulations?

Man !

Side: Yes, funded by the state

I think you need to open up with a bit more than just "taking a knee", because that's an actual tactic during football. It ends the play on contact, generally after receiving the snap.

As for political messages, it depends on who is hosting the game, be it government funded, or privately funded.

Side: Yes, funded by the state
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No. I think it's simply a violation of Trumpism, which isn't a bad thing. :-)

Side: I have no principles
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''Taking the knee'' is a sickening display of grossly misguided virtue signalling usually performed by those who are easily intimidated onto doing something about which they couldn't care less.

Blacks kill significantly more of their own kind than whites but this statistic is sidelined by the loony-leftist progressives.

When I was young I believed in god and kneeled in reverence to the MYTHICAL ALMIGHTY.

Now I don't believe in anything and kneel to no one.

Side: I have no principles