Topic: Seattle Seahawks
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October 11, 2013 at 7:32 AM
Government shutdown more than a game
John Ariel Murphy makes a clever, but flawed play to draw an analogy between the Seahawks’ loss to the Colts and the Affordable Care Act mis-legislation. [“By same logic, overturn Seahawks’ loss to Colts,” opinion, Oct. 10].
Football is a game. Our freedoms and liberties are for real. You know what you have when an NFL game ends. The NFL’s bureaucrats don’t continue to twist and turn the results and rules after the end of the game. The fans in the bleacher seats aren’t penalized with a tax after the game. And the luxury-box fans don’t get a reprieve.
John Peeples, Seattle
May 24, 2013 at 11:47 AM
Criminals don’t belong on the field
Players who get arrested, are put in jail and/or are given citations for inappropriate behavior do not belong on the team. No second chances [“Carroll calls off-field issues ‘real serious,’” Sports, May 21].
Coach Carroll is not paid to be a father figure for arrogant members of the team. If players to not know what is right and good, then let them go.
Gail Hoover, Redmond
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