Saturday, January 30, 2010

OBAMA'S PRIORITIES ARE BACKWARDS: Justice Dept.: Obama administration may take action on BCS. Oh no....

"Forget the economy and jobs, forget prosecuting the black panthers for intimidating white voters at a Philadelphia polling station even though it's caught on video, forget all of that ACORN voter fraud, forget treating terrorists like terrorists; Instead, here's a bright idea, lets go after the BCS and college football!"

College football isn't perfect, and a playoff would be nice, but congress and the justice department needs to STAY OUT OF IT! This administration is so corrupt, dishonest, incompetent, economically retarded and financially reckless. These are the type of idiots who if they all put their heads together and ran a Burger King, they would bankrupt it in less than a year. We don't need these MORONS concentrating on the BCS.

We don't need a bunch of RINO's, stuffy elitist liberals, Bobby 'Punch Drunk' Rush and the rest of the Congressional Black Caucus of 'Dummies' and Obama sitting around in hearings drinking spring water wasting millions of taxpayers dollars by interfering with the most exciting and most watched sport in the country. The government ruins just about everything they get involved with. See- Fannie Mae-Freddie Mac, Post Office, Social Security, Medicaid, Amtrak, Cash for Clunkers etc..

The Obama administration is considering several steps that would review the legality of the controversial Bowl Championship Series, the Justice Department said in a letter Friday to a senator who had asked for an antitrust review.

In the letter to Sen. Orrin Hatch, obtained by The Associated Press, Assistant Attorney General Ronald Weich wrote that the Justice Department is reviewing Hatch's request and other materials to determine whether to open an investigation into whether the BCS violates antitrust laws.

"Importantly, and in addition, the administration also is exploring other options that might be available to address concerns with the college football postseason," Weich wrote, including asking the Federal Trade Commission to review the legality of the BCS under consumer protection laws.

Several lawmakers and many critics want the BCS to switch to a playoff system, rather than the ratings system it uses to determine the teams that play in the championship game.

"The administration shares your belief that the current lack of a college football national championship playoff with respect to the highest division of college football ... raises important questions affecting millions of fans, colleges and universities, players and other interested parties," Weich wrote. READ MORE...

1 comment:

  1. Let's see if we can get jobs, then worry about a game !