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- May 11, 2010
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This time, the ACC championship game
Yeah, but they're just a bunch of ivory tower academic elitists who are actively poisoning our children's minds with this homosexual/liberal agenda anyway. They're not "real" North Carolinians.This is actually a bigger deal that the others, IMO - because the ACC is a North Carolina-based organization. The NBA moving the All-Star game or the NCAA moving tournament games (or even the Paypal cancellation) all represent outside, national interests. Yes, they hit the state's pocketbook but the ardent defenders can still spin a narrative of standing up to the national, liberal corporate interests.
The ACC is a North Carolina institution, beloved and cherished. The political fallout of this move could be quite a bit sharper than the others.
Yeah, but they're just a bunch of ivory tower academic elitists who are actively poisoning our children's minds with this homosexual/liberal agenda anyway. They're not "real" North Carolinians.
*Haven't looked at my Facebook feed yet, but I'm pretty sure that sums it up.
has Dabo Swinney weighed in yet?Coach K was on CNBC yesterday talking about how big of a hit this has been to the state's reputation. Coach K is a fairly apolitical guy, he usually refuses to get into those areas. So for him to publicly criticize it is also significant.
Both the NCAA tournament and ACC tournament cancellations will hit Greensboro especially hard. Not sure the state executive/legislative branch cares that much, because they have been actively messing in Greensboro's affairs quite a bit since getting into office.Yeah but at this point, McCrory's reelection is in significant question.
I love both Carolina's. Hate to see this happen. I thought the NBA thing was the police body cameras, not the bathroom stuff.