Thursday, November 12, 2015

GREG HARDY SHOWS WHY DALLAS IS STILL AMERICAS TEAM

By now everyone knows about, Greg Hardy, the former Carolina Panther lineman and woman beater.  Probably most have seen the disgusting pictures of the bruised victim that she suffered at the hands of Hardy.  A Carolina judge found Hardy guilty of his violent acts, but under North Carolina law, Hardy had the right to appeal and ask for a jury trial.  He did so, but  the day of the trial, the victim did not show up and the case was then dropped.  Either her fear of Hardy or a substantial payoff to buy her silence was enough to keep her away.  The Carolina Panthers wanted nothing to do with and as a result, he was a free agent.  The NFL got involved after reviewing the matter and suspended Hardy for 10 games.  I have to wonder how the NFL came up with the number of ten, Remember, Ray Rice in the one knockout punch to his wife to be in an Atlantic City elevator got him tossed out of football.  After seeing the bruises on Hardy's victim, I cannot see how they are less damaging than what Rice did with his elevator encounter.  Rice has not played since, but the Hardy story continues.
With Hardy dealing with his ten game suspension, along comes the NFL Players Association to defend this woman beater.  They were successful in getting the ten game suspension reduced to four, but still Hardy was without a team.  That all changed when, Dallas Cowboy owner, Jerry Jones came along to sign the low life, Hardy.  Jones, with his attitude of doing whatever it takes to win, offered the upstanding human being, Greg Hardy,  a contract of over eleven million dollars to play for "Americas Team", the Dallas Cowboys.  We refer to Dallas as "Americas Team" only because where else in this country can an individual beat up a woman, and later be rewarded with a multi million dollar contract.  Only in America, the land of opportunity starts in Dallas when it comes to beating up women.  I would love to hear, Jerry Jones answer the question, would you have invited this less than a man, Greg Hardy to be part of your organization if the victim was a female relative of yours.
Greg Hardy may look at the Dallas Cowboys as "Americas Team," but in the eyes of the rest of the country, I have my doubt that we would agree with him or Jerry Jones as well.

5 comments:

Jayden B said...

What a jerk. That guy don't even belong on the field

mavRick87 said...

The NFL's punishment practices suck. They probably wouldn't ban him from the NFL but Hardy should have more severe fines and penalties

TRU-POV said...

Tru dat!

nano ace said...

Hardy was stompin the sidelines this weekend. He always looks mad pssed

MADMAX2015 said...

People like him are bound to keep messin up, He'll be in jail soon