you're not emotional but you're talking about "true villains" like you've been personally wronged?
no it's a phrase i use from an IT Crowd episode when Moss is describing a soccer match (that he didn't watch)
if people want to point fingers, they should point fingers at the NFLPA and no other body. my main quesiton is why people want to make the NFL the "Bad guy" when it was the NFLPA who had the duty to players and possibly violated that duty?
i've asked you directly in this very thread and you avoided the question
Then why settle if you're the NFL? If you're them you have the horses to appeal it with the best lawyers money can buy even if you get a bad judge.
are they going to have media outlets start to paint a fair picture? that didn't happen with korey stringer, why would it happen now? are they going to have their legal fees reimbursed? of course not, even if they win 100%
plus, as i've said, there is always the risk of bad law. the first time a defendant who had a valid contract entered into by 2 people had a judge create "adhesion", i'm sure he was shocked
I tried linking just your poliboard posts but td.com doesn't have that feature yet, sadly.
i'm pro freedom and a legal system built on equality. you see that as being pro big business
i am arguing, in this very thread, that a collectively bargained employment agreement should be upheld. that is neither pro union or pro employee. you, as a professed fan of collective bargaining, should be defending the process as well.
you are basically arguing that even when the employee side of a labor negotiation fricks up, the effects of that error should be borne by the employers as a matter of course