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For those who didn

...some food for thought. It's still not too late to do something about the NFL airing anti-gun ads but denying a self-defense ad from a gun maker.

even if the above is not an issue to you, take a look at some of the other points brought up. As taxpayers you're taking a SIX BILLION DOLLAR HIT PER YEAR to support the NFL. And the NFL is, get this, tax exempt because somehow they are not for profit. And even though they merged with the AFL congress exempted them in 1966 from the anti-trust law.

Interesting reading, and it's something you can do to register your displeasure.
 

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So since the NFL officially licenses their products like jerseys and what not would they be tax deductible? I believe the NFL sells this merchandise and then splits the money equally between the teams.


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It's funny that the NFL would ban that ad, when alot of their players carry guns. Well except for O.J.. At the same time though, we sure want to be politically correct on national TV, and not infringe on the rights or feelings of certain groups.
 
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