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This past weekend one such prima donna sat down during the National Anthem to protest the "oppression of black people."
True, a significant portion of the black community lives in crime-ridden, urban poverty. But instead of using his success to inspire others, Kaepernick criticizes the country that provides someone from an "oppressed class" an opportunity to become a sports celebrity--and live well above the poverty level.
Does Kaepernick have a right to voice his perceived concerns about oppression of the black community?
But I, and many like-minded folks, have the same right to have a low opinion of anyone being disrespectful during the National Anthem.
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