Ray Rice Suspended For 2 Games

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  1. davidholly

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    I wonder if Ray Rice will wheel his girlfriend out in front of a new stand and make her apologize for him getting suspended. The NFL gives out longer suspensions for smoking a harmless weed. ****ing joke of a league.
     
  2. celticdb15

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    That's ridiculous 2games.wtf.. To.think this Guy was an anti bully advocate. Ha
     
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    Comparatively Richie Incognito got 5 times the punishment for picking on a grown man.
     
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    The Minnesota Vikings special teams coach got suspended three games for making a comment about gays. Ray rice gets only two games for beating a woman. wtf is wrong with society. People need to wake up and see this PC nonsense and put an end to it.
     
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    If it was Toby Gerhart or Peyton Hillis instead of Ray Rice, I'm sure they would have been suspended for the entire season. Roger Goodell is the only non-Jew commissioner of any of the major American sports leagues, yet he's probably the worst at pandering to blacks and other non-Whites. Despicable.
     
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    Matt Prater gets suspended for 4 games because he drank a few beers at home.

    ****ing joke league.
     
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    But you have to understand that he had a DUI in 2011, which makes him an absolute MENACE to all society. Just ask the crazy leftists at MADD.
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    Now if Prater had beaten his girlfriend unconscious he would have gotten just a two-game suspension. Oh wait, that's the Ray Rice black privilege punishment.

    Four games for drinking beer, that's the Matt Jones punishment. Back door prohibition continues in the No Fun Land (USSA).
     
  10. celticdb15

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    Roger showing his obvious favoritism and double standards towards Rice but drops the hammer on Prater. The guys a mangina.
     
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    Driving through the midwest today I listened to talking heads from across the spectrum both sports and politics. It was all Ray Rice all the time. Part of the reason is the attention paid to the US of Gays secular religion (football). But there were many factors at play. Football like most everything has been so pussyed up that any chick type drama gets big airplay. More soap opera stuff. The video is compelling of course, something that white people can look at and get all shocked that anyone would do something like that. Those of us here in the Dark Enlightenment see this TNB all the time--so what's the big deal?

    Lots of White Knighting by both libtards and conservative phonies. Despite the fact that the woman herself has forgiven Rice. It is of course a dog whistle for many whites, a chance to point out black dysfunction that the media conspires to hide otherwise.

    In all the blather about the incident not one person I heard mentioned that this type of behavior towards women is a feature of rap music, and thus ghetto black culture. Where's the blame for the thousands of rap songs that glorify slapping ho's and bitches?

    We also know that "domestic violence" is so high among pro black athletes that if the NBA and NFL actually do get around to punishing it with severs suspensions it may be hard to field teams after a while. I think the NFL's transparent desire to sweep the incident under the rug is a sign of that.

    CF has noted this trend for years, see the JB Cash column from 2010 noting the heavy discipline directed at Ben Rothleisberger by Roger Goodell--and lack of discipline directed at black players, also below a JB Cash column in 2006 about the NFL's elder statesman/woman abuser Jim Brown.

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    One only look no further than Roethlisberger's own team, the [COLOR=#009900 !important]Pittsburgh Steelers[/COLOR], to see the blatant double standard in action. In March of 2008 James Harrison, a Steeler [COLOR=#009900 !important]linebacker[/COLOR], was arrested on charges of simple assault and criminal mischief after police said he broke down a bedroom door at a girlfriend's home after she locked herself in. Roger Goodell and the NFL, not to mention Steelers owner Dan Rooney, had nothing much to say about this incident.

    In October of 2007 another Steeler, running back Najeh Davenport, was charged with domestic violence, child endangerment and unlawful restraint after an incident involving the mother of his 5-year-old son, who suffered a swollen lip. Davenport had earlier distinguished himself while attending the University of Miamiby defecating in a coed's closet after invading her room. No suspension, no fine, no league discipline.

    Here are some more incidents involving women from 2009 alone that have had no action by the NFL or Roger Goodell.

    Richard Quinn, a Denver tight end, was arrested on domestic violence and harassment charges after a woman said he grabbed and shook her during an argument and grabbed the phone from her while she tried to call 911. He has not been disciplined by either the state of Colorado or the NFL.

    And if Roethlisberger's case merited so much attention because of his high profile what about Shawne Merriman? The Chargers LB was accused by his reality TV star friend, Tila Tequila, who signed a citizen's arrest warrant, with battery and false imprisonment. She said he choked her and she was treated for injuries at nearby hospital. Nothing from Goodell and the NFL.

    Or Quinn Ojinnaka, Atlanta OL, charged with simple battery after his wife said she was tossed down the stairs by him.

    Or Randy Starks, Miami DE, arrested, charged with aggravated battery of a police officer in Miami Beach.

    Or Donte Whitner Buffalo DB, arrested, charged with aggravated disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Police shocked him with stun gun outside a Cleveland nightclub.

    Or Cornell Green Oakland OT, arrested in Tampa after allegedly slamming the mother of his two children against a wall and hitting her with a mop handle.

    Or one of the NFL networks's favorite room brightening smilers: Brandon Marshall Denver WR, arrested in Atlanta on a disorderly conduct charge after a fight with his fiance, just one of numerous arrests for the media favorite.

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    Jim Brown: Expert on the Bad Behavior of Black Athletes

    Yahoo Sports ran an article recently that was a "Q and A" with former Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown. The introduction to the article was as follows:

    "Jim Brown looks at the NFL, and he sees a disconnection. With embarrassing off-field incidents becoming an almost weekly part of the league's fabric, and on-field angst bubbling over in a growing fraction of its youth, Brown sees a league that is losing touch with some of its players. With that in mind, the former Cleveland Browns great, currently an advisor to that franchise, discussed the health of the NFL and some of the league's pertinent issues with Yahoo! Sports. Among the topics, Brown shared his thoughts on why off-field conduct seems to be becoming a consistent problem. . ." blah, blah, blah.

    It occurs to me that having Jim Brown speak on things like "off-field" incidents is a little like having O.J. Simpson speak about marital discord. Brown, as you should know, is a repeated abuser of women among his other criminal missteps. This big stud running back seems to find himself slapping the women in his life around a lot; he even threw one of them off of a 2nd story balcony, good thing he's black and probably can't throw very well or she might have died.

    Here is a quick list of some off field "incidents" featuring the guy that the NFL wants to help console players has been involved in:

     In 1965 an 18-year-old accused Brown of forcing her to have sex after giving her whiskey, but a jury found him innocent of assault and battery in the 10-day trial in 1965.

     He was accused of throwing his girlfriend from a balcony in 1968, but when the 22-year-old girl refused to name Brown as her assailant, the charge of assault with intent to murder was dropped. He was fined $300 for resisting a deputy.

     Brown was acquitted of assaulting a man after a traffic accident in 1969.

     He was fined $500 and spent a day in jail after beating up a golfing partner in 1978.

     He was charged with rape, sexual battery and assault in 1985, but the charges were dropped when the 33-year-old woman gave inconsistent testimony.

     The next year, he was arrested for allegedly beating his fiance after accusing her of flirting. He spent three hours in jail, but three days later the 21-year-old woman said she didn't want to prosecute.

     In October 1999, Brown, by then well into his 60's, was convicted in Los Angeles of smashing the window of his 25-year-old wife Monique's car, but was acquitted of making terrorist threats against her. The judge sentenced him to three years' probation, when Brown refused counseling, he was given a six-month sentence. He was released from jail in Ventura County (California) in July 2002 after serving less than four months.

    Brown certainly would be qualified to console players on the strange phenomenon of black players who are arrested multiple times for violent crimes yet somehow almost always avoid serious punishment. Perhaps he and O.J. could present a lecture series.
     
  12. davidholly

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    I actually kind of feel a little sorry for Ray Rice's wife now. The media is treating her even worse than Ray Rice ever did. Acting like she's a piece of **** for sticking by him. Saying she's a poor role model for victims of domestic abuse. It's not her goddamn job to be a role model for victims of domestic abuse. It's her goddamn life, if she wants to go back to Ray Rice then that's her choice. Then they bring up "battered woman syndrome" as if they're professionally trained psychologists with insider information to her life.

    They're treating her like a retarded child because she doesn't want her life to be defined by this one event.
     
  13. Thrashen

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    In regard to Rice’s now-wife, I completely understand why she stayed with him and forgave him subsequent to this incident. She understands the fact that she wasn’t some “innocent victim” in this scenario. Moments before Rice hit her in the elevator, she was also hitting him (and was likely drunk and/or high)…but who cares about that? Only males can commit “domestic violence” in is this world of sexual “equality.” Yes, the sexes are completely “equal” (although women are at all times portrayed in the media/entertainment complex as testicle-crushing superhumans capable of dispatching any man) until reality sets in after a man strikes a woman and effortlessly sends her herlting to the ground.

    In a world of true sexual equivalence, hitting a woman would be no different than hitting a man. The many millions of man-hating Female Chauvinist Pigs that pollute the West are permitted to have it both ways. They’re every bit as strong and tough as a man (nay, stronger and tougher) until they have a chance to play the victim…then they suddenly revert back to what women actually are and always have been (petite, apprehensive during conflict, unaggressive, physically weak, etc).

    This video could easily be placed in Jaxvid’s “Weeping Wussies” thread, but since the odious ESPN maggot, Mark Schlereth, was filmed bawling about the Ray Rice fiancé-slugging incident, I figured it belonged here. For whatever reason, this eternal Casteon buffoon got all teary-eyed and compared Rice to his son…

    [video=youtube;A8Heell4KFc]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8Heell4KFc[/video]

    Don’t worry, Mark, your son is white…so he’s very unlikely to ever lay a finger upon a precious, innocent woman. He’s probably a Marxist white knight, just like “daddy.”
     
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  14. Don Wassall

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    You make good points and are the first person I've read or heard to do so.

    The NFL initially handled this situation the way it always did similar ones previously because of racial considerations -- coddling a black perpetrator. The system, particularly its feminist arm, has always been silent about the epidemic of black athletes assaulting women, whereas if it was white athletes doing so in the same numbers there would have been a huge uproar a long time ago.

    If Goodell had suspended Rice for half a season it never would have blown up in the league's face like it has. But two games was ridiculous even for the NFL, and so the cultural communists seized their opportunity to turn it into a national feminist morality play.

    What is never commented upon are the verbal and physical actions of Rice's wife. Obviously he shouldn't have slugged her like that, but it also seems like she was doing everything possible to "push his buttons."

    The national corporate media is using this to push their Big Lie that domestic violence is something only men engage in. On NBC News the other night the figure was thrown out that one-third of all American women have been in an abusive relationship. Of course "abusive relationship" was never defined -- it could be anything from physical abuse to making a woman "feel uncomfortable" by saying something argumentative or less than complimentary towards her, the latter being the standard Scandinavian countries are moving towards. Not mentioned is the fact that women initiate almost half of domestic violence. This country is filled with miserable, submissive husbands who stay in marriages because they know their wife holds all the power in the relationship and that divorce would ruin them financially (and often emotionally). Instead, we're still supposed to believe that America is filled with delicate and weak women who are continually battered by men.

    Touching a woman is a heinous crime, but watch those same television networks and one will see commercials promoting shows where a woman slugs a man as hard as she can, and of course kicking men in the nuts is still America's favorite automatic laugh-getter. As with race and "sexual orientation," all the propaganda is in one direction and it's about supremacy and hatred, not "equality."
     
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    Great posts fellas. As usual, you raise great points that the corporate media fails to grasp or intentionally ignores.
     
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    Feel slightly bad for Rice but hes been a beneficiary of affirmative action his whole life. As an underclassmen he was handed starting job despite Brian Leonard having senioriTy and size/speed. So screw him the same system that built him up is now tearing him down.
     
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    In the video below, this poor, innocent, frightened little female “victim” can been seen striking Rice in the face at the 9-seconds mark (prior to even entering the elevator), then elbowing him the face at the 25-second mark, then charging at him for another physical attack around the 27-second mark. The manner in which she saunters down the corridor before entering the elevator indicates that she was likely drunk, high, or both…

    [video=youtube;fPK_ijcpXas]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPK_ijcpXas[/video]

    In this case, the stark double standard becomes quite palpable, as the man was clearly physically attacked first, then attacked again, then defended himself from a third attack with a swift punch. She was obviously acting in an obnoxious manner, mouthing off, and inflicting violence upon him. What is he supposed to do? Get pummeled and not defend himself? Call the police or security and press charges on his own fiancé? I can already envision the jeers from the DWF’s: “Ray Rice was getting beat up by a girl, so he called the cops to protect him! What a p-ssy!”

    It must be nice to be a “woman” in the West, as you can simultaneously utilize two diametrically opposed personas and it's never questioned.

    Women can be treated likes a dainty, helpless, feminine, pure, beautiful, innocent, naive little princess who are cared for, supported by, and physically protected by men when it suits their needs. Any man who dare lay a finger on this type of woman is a savage brute of the highest order. Doesn’t he know that he’s inherently bigger, stronger, more powerful and more aggressive than the “gentler sex?”

    Ahh, but these same women can undergo a swift metamorphosis when a different façade is suits their needs. They are the bold leaders of men dressed in business suits, the super-geniuses who outsmart men, the quick-witted wise-asses that humiliate men through the Corporate Entertainment Complex, the G.I. Jane-type who can beat men in sports, the oversexualized, vixen-like “praying mantis” that decapitates her male lovers in the bedroom, the testosterone-draining action movie star who can debilitate all men with a single roundhouse kick, etc.

    Right, in such a “progressive” society, like the Cultural Communist USSA considers itself to be, you’d think we would have “progressed” past something as trivial as gender. Since we’re all allegedly part of the “human race,” violence against anyone (man, woman, homosexual, bisexual, transgendered, etc) should be treated “equally.” Yet Rice getting punched repeatedly doesn’t seem to matter and as you mentioned, pretend violence against men is considered “hilarious” by all members of society.
     
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    There are now reports that the NFL may have received the punching video as early as last April. And now the Congress has initiated their own inquiry into the matter. We'll see of Roger Goodell will survive this.

    What we are witnessing with this story is the full and absolute power of the matriarchy in action. I have zero sympathy for Goodell or the NFL, a negro league loaded with criminals and has increasingly been catering to the feminist establishment with all the silly rules, all that pink bull**** coming up in October, the completely useless female "reporters" and studio "analysts" who bring nothing to the table, little Bobby Costas and his anti-gun diatribes, the Redskins non-issue and whatever other PC garbage supported by the NFL that I may have missed.

    Let these Cultural Marxist vermin take each other out, I do not care.
     
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    Great points by Thrashen and Don. If a woman hits you, hit her back. She's an equal. The white knighting by talk radio people today was insufferable. Limbaugh especially, according to him, and Ray Lewis (another paragon of virtue) there is never, ever, any reason for putting your hand on a woman, even if she is beating you (according to Rush).

    The gender double standard is as bad as the racial double standard. There is a collision course between the two protected classes and as usual it will be a white man that pays the price. I give Goodell a few more days before castration.

    I'm actually enjoying the different slime unearthed by this event. I think there is more to come. Notice how the audio of the video has been held back so far. How much do you want to bet that the n-word was liberally thrown around?

    I had forgotten that Ray Rice was the magical negro that pushed Brian Leonard out of his starting spot and into virtual oblivion despite his great talent. Nice to see some bad karma come Rice's way.

    This whole affair reminds me of the Penn State scandal in a way. Once some attention has been paid to the actual perp the media then directs it's attention at the most famous/powerful white man involved in the issue and does not stop until they ruin him. In Penn State's case they ruined and then killed Paterno, but even that wasn't enough and they went after every white Penn State exec they could until they had to get the whole school.

    Here it will be Goodell and then to work on the NFL which will make some token concessions, probably big donations to charities. It's all about power. And the cultural marxists have a lot.
     
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    I'm afraid I have to disagree with you guys about hitting women. If an average sized woman hits a man I don't think he should just put his arms down and let her do as she wishes but I also don't think he should strike her back as he would strike another man. He should use proportionate force.
     
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    What a cluster**** this story has become! I'm watching ESPN right now and it's a pathetic sight.

    You have Panthers/plantation owner Jerry Richardson in tears speaking about domestic violence during some ceremony in his honor. Then they showed an interview with Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti being put on the spot by some radical feminist interviewer as if he has committed some unspeakable crime. All sorts of other people are smelling blood and want their piece of the pie. NOW's president continues to call for Goodell's head, assorted white nights, mangina enablers, and other sanctimonious vermin are tripping over one another to see if they can out-PC the other guy.

    And this whole time, in an all out effort to have the head(s) of some white male(s) on a platter, they've forgotten about the negro with low impulse control and ghetto thug Ray Rice who sucker punched his then fiancée, the only people guilty in this whole mess.

    This country continues to get off the rails at an alarming rate. End of rant.
     
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    This is almost exactly how I feel about it. Except I dont have ANY sympathy for Ray Rice at all. He has been handed a great life on a silver platter without having to earn it. His black skin has given him a free ride in a nation my ancestors carved out from the wilderness.

    In an upright, forward facing world Ray Rice would be washing his head in cow piss, while his negress prepared a batch of blood pudding alongside their mud hut. But since we live in an upside down backwards world he has enjoyed an outstanding standard of living at the expense of White men.
     
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    Getting off of the subject momentarily, this is what Walter Williams, the black political commentator once said in effect. He was pilloried for it, naturally. He basically said that blacks should be happy that they were brought over as slaves, as it freed them from the life that you describe above. He is absolutely correct, but don't tell that to the race baiters.
     
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    "What is never commented upon are the verbal and physical actions of Rice's wife. Obviously he shouldn't have slugged her like that, but it also seems like she was doing everything possible to "push his buttons."

    Just like white cops or citizens killing or subduing blacks who are attacking them. Whites have no right of self defense against blacks attacking them. Men have no right to self defense when women hit them (though if it were a mudshark the media would at least point out that she was attacking him first and the blacks would all support their broham).
     
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    Has anyone else noticed another lie routinely thrown around by the lamestream media during the Ray Rice/Roger Goodell uproar, namely that thanks to the NFL "reaching out" to women, females are now touted as "45% of the league's fan base."

    Talk about a whopper! While there are many women interested in football, the vast majority of them are casual fans at best, wives and girlfriends of men who, sadly, live and die by their "home" team. Hard-core fans -- DWFs, fantasy football players, those that regularly listen to sports radio and read sports sections in newspapers -- are at least 95% men and probably more like 98%.
     

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