National Football League union wants Congress to interfere in Contract Negotiations?
As the specter of a year without pro football looms, the National Football League Players Association is taking its case to the halls of Congress — mounting an aggressive lobbying and public relations campaign urging lawmakers to push the owners to strike a deal before the March 3 deadline. It’s not an easy sell. Realizing that there’s little sympathy for multimillion-dollar athletes clashing with billionaire owners over the size of their paydays, the players set about writing a narrative that casts them more as the scrappy kid in “Rudy” than the mercenaries of “Any Given Sunday.”Answer Question
I guess Congress isn't the ONLY group completely out of touch with everyday Americans.
Answer by LoriKeet at 5:06 PM on Jan. 14, 2011
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth said it’s important for lawmakers to meet the “people who get their hands dirty.”
You mean like farmers or mechanics. I mean they get their hands dirtier than a cornerback.
Answer by PestPatti at 5:20 PM on Jan. 14, 2011
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Answer by LoriKeet at 1:02 PM on Jan. 15, 2011
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If your family were starving would you consider prostitution?