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The Great Super Bowl Fumble

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http://RTR.org | http://RealityReport.TV | Is history repeating itself? Will America fall like Rome? Do Americans have their eyes turned to games and idols rather than to leaders and policy makers? This week on Reality Report episode 80, we look at the Super Bowl and show you what you may have missed while watching the game. We look at Ron Paul's recent remarks on foreign aid and its impact on America, and Ernest Hancock from Freedom's Phoenix joins us to share how he is exporting freedom to Egypt. We give you the link so you can hop in the van with us to CPAC as we do a live 12 hour experimental broadcast from the road! Also we read your mail, give you the results of last weeks poll and name a new Enemy of the State.

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The idea that Rome fell because of distractions and moral decline is a complete farce. This whole 'anti-football' thing in the Liberty Movement is more of a distraction than the game itself.

Granted, the Sheeple are uneducated morons. And yes, most of the important news is misreported or not reported at all to the masses.

I know a lot about the FED, I'm well informed, read the Anti-Federalist papers, etc... But I still enjoy watching football to bond with my friends and because it is a great game (and I slip in some Liberty/Anti-federal talk now and then).
The problem with the "Rome Decline" concept is that if we somehow woke everyone up and President Paul reinstated the Constitution - then tens of millions of free people would watch the Super Bowl and have a blast. The existence of freedom and the existence of the Super Bowl are exclusive of each other.

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain

strange thought progression

I also found it strange almost surreal how they were linking defining moments in America's history to the Superbowl, as if there is some kind of unmistakeable connection.

Declaration of Independence -> Revolutionary War -> Landing at Normandy -> Civil Rights Movement -> 9/11 -> Superbowl???

That was the thought progression they were promoting. It was disturbing.

I was disgusted with the entire super bowl presentation.

I felt very distant from it and turned it off after half time with a few sneak peaks for rest of game.
Good vedio and features Rand & Ron Paul @11 minute mark discussing foriegn aid.
30 minute vedio.
However, here is the vedio that should have been played during half time,


instead of the militant propaganda medival death squads repelling from the air and commercials where babies with adult voices say they missed their vaccines ... and arrogant football players objectifying their woman and praising the drunken mind, and the fast food strangle hold commercials of our addicted meat culture of corporated monopoly.

And never forget, “Humans, despite our artistic pretensions, our sophistication and many accomplishments, owe the fact of our existence to a six-inch layer of topsoil and the fact that it rains.”