Help Wanted at the NFL HQ

Can you believe that the NFL actually has a Vice President for Social Responsibility? Anna Isaacson, from football hotbed Barnard College, was one of a wave of female hires and promotions that the spineless libtard Roger Goodell whipped up in the wake of the Ray Rice mess. Four people to deal the NFL’s domestic violence and sexual assault policies? Wait, there’s more!

They also have a Director of Player Engagement and Education, another woman, but not one of those mentioned above, though she will be involved in the effort as well. That’s not the end of the list. Goodell roped in plenty more advisors — half-a-dozen women (including the execrable Kim Gandy) and a guy, all of whom seem to have had little to no effect so far. None of them looked to be particularly associated with football and most hailed from the Northeast.

I discovered this in the wake of yet another spasm about current Dallas Cowboy Greg Hardy — a fool who seems to have no sense whatsoever. After making a gun reference about the upcoming game with the New England Ms. Isaacson felt the need to lecture: “I couldn’t disagree more with Greg Hardy’s comments, and they do not reflect the values of the league.” That’s nice, thanks, for your input. I realize that any reference to guns makes people like you soil your underwear. Did you notice the team’s name is, at least for the moment, “Cowboys”?

She added on the comments, “I am disappointed with them.” She sounds like Obama with all the “I”s. She then delved into the behavioral control element of the new NFL: “We spend a lot of time at the NFL educating our players on domestic violence and sexual assault. That’s what we control here, we control education. We control training, we control all the league does from a public perspective and public service, working with nonprofit organizations. We can control that. So that everyone in the NFL family has the services and resources that they need if they need help.”

Isaacson doesn’t look like she’s even 30 years old. She’s probably drawing a six-figure salary. Her hubby, at least she has a husband, is a doctor at Columbia U. Hospital. What are the odds that this couple is already contributing to the Democratic Party?

Football fans out in Flyover Country — you are making these people, who loathe you (outside of the stadium), wealthy.

Just another reason why I refuse to watch the NFL. It’s lost its focus on football and become a politically-influenced/controlled organization.

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