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Three Four
10-12-2012, 12:50 PM
I don't get the logic of Pennsylvania steelers fans and Pennsylvanians. We are five games into the season and you want to fire everyone. That's ridiculous. The steelers may have an off year, a losing season. That sucks. That does not mean next year will be bad or the one after. Tomlin, LeBeau, and Haley are good coaches. The team will persevere.

The irrationality comes in when we've had 4 years of a bad economy and nothing looks like it is getting better. Yet, Pennsylvania is going to vote overwhelmingly for Obama. I don't get the logic. The Steelers win, the Steelers lose. Its a game. The direction and the well being of our country are our lives. I just wish we had the same urgency to get the right people into office as we do to replace coaches.

LatrobePA
10-12-2012, 12:54 PM
Your thread is stupid and has been discussed in 48 others from last nights terrible loss! lololol

steelchamp204
10-12-2012, 01:03 PM
I have never been a Tomlin supporter and I stand by what I say, Im sure there are ten's of thousands of steeler fans out there that agree also. I have my reason but am not willing to discuss with you since it seems you have a lack of knowledge. As for the president, it doesnt matter who you put into office due to the fact that the President has to go through the congress committee to pass laws and get permission to do things, I learned that in middle school. The president is the whipping boy to congresses mistakes.

This thread is 0/10.

Fly away troll.

jpele
10-12-2012, 01:09 PM
it doesnt matter who you put into office due to the fact that the President has to go through the congress committee to pass laws and get permission to do things, I learned that in middle school. The president is the whipping boy to congresses mistakes.

This thread is 0/10.

Fly away troll.


Bravo !!! :banana: :clap:

steelchamp204
10-12-2012, 01:10 PM
Bravo !!! :banana: :clap:

:lol:

scudmissile29
10-12-2012, 02:54 PM
Your thread is stupid and has been discussed in 48 others from last nights terrible loss! lololol

lol!Q

Forged in Steel
10-12-2012, 02:58 PM
I actually like his thread. The only thing I disagree with is keeping Tomlin, LeBeau, etc...

Big T
10-12-2012, 03:25 PM
Couldn't put this in the other Tomlin thread you made? We get it homie. I'm a Tomlin fan, I get sick of all the Tomlin bashing after bad losses too... But creating multiple threads saying basically the same thing, and bringing up politics out of nowhere, is just annoying.

Lunchbucket
10-12-2012, 04:02 PM
This is not a political forum. It's a Steeler forum.Maybe you need to find an appropiate forum to share your views.

Three Four
10-12-2012, 05:00 PM
I'm just trying to understand the logic that's all. If Tomlin went 2-14, you'd call for him to be fired. If a president ruins our economy after four years, you want to give him four more. So by this logic, Tomlin has 4 years to 2-14 each season and then you'd give him another 4 more after that. If you vote for Obama, that is what you are doing.

NeilPatrickBanana
10-12-2012, 06:04 PM
I'm just trying to understand the logic that's all. If Tomlin went 2-14, you'd call for him to be fired. If a president ruins our economy after four years, you want to give him four more. So by this logic, Tomlin has 4 years to 2-14 each season and then you'd give him another 4 more after that. If you vote for Obama, that is what you are doing.

try to understand economics instead.

the comparison you made is so dumb that it make me fear for the human races survival. lol

Nolrog
10-12-2012, 06:40 PM
Political crap

I come here to get away from the politics. Keep it off the boards please.

HUNT4SEVEN
10-12-2012, 08:50 PM
I don't get the logic of Pennsylvania steelers fans and Pennsylvanians. We are five games into the season and you want to fire everyone. That's ridiculous. The steelers may have an off year, a losing season. That sucks. That does not mean next year will be bad or the one after. Tomlin, LeBeau, and Haley are good coaches. The team will persevere.

The irrationality comes in when we've had 4 years of a bad economy and nothing looks like it is getting better. Yet, Pennsylvania is going to vote overwhelmingly for Obama. I don't get the logic. The Steelers win, the Steelers lose. Its a game. The direction and the well being of our country are our lives. I just wish we had the same urgency to get the right people into office as we do to replace coaches.

Where was this speech when Bush was flying planes into the towers?