Time for the God first family second then Cincinnati Reds baseball shirt gammons to get offended by people being offended, whilst insisting they’re not offended even though they’re offended. Most natives prefer the term Indian so it’s brittle white progressives fighting for the “little brown brother”. It’s a religion that assumes oppression and crusades against it regardless of who it harms. A reasonable and respectable, albeit overdue, decision by the team’s owners. Kudos to them for acknowledging the need for change and doing something about it. Stop giving Trump air time – he thrives on it & most people are just sick to death of him, his lies, fraud, corruption, offensive tweets & attempts to usurp democracy. The team mascot is a show of strength. Some teams on reservations actually have Indian names as mascots. The snowflakes are the ones offended. Let’s just change all the road and street names, the city and town names that might offend someone! It’s freakin ridiculous! Next will be the Eagles, Seahawks, Cardinals and BlueJays, because it offends some bird lovers! Enough is enough!
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Good riddance to God first family second then Cincinnati Reds baseball shirt bad rubbish the article is not accurate, many native Americans do not have a problem with the name, as a matter of fact, most do not, but a few radicals make money by harassing teams, and said teams do not have the fortitude to stand up to them, period. that is being polluted daily.
So if the name Indians is offensive to Native Americans(Which I am). Are we safe to say that the Oakland Athletics will also be changing their name because it could be offensive to the Obese, Quadriplegics, and Geeks? Can you see the insanity in their line of thinking? Just look to the Oneida Nation in Central NY. They have been one of the loudest voices. Money brought to them from gambling has put political pressure on this issue.