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Why The Teabag Party Supports the NHL Lockout

Oct 2, 2012

11.    Washington has a team

10.    Tickets are taxed (including the playoffs!)

9.      The Ten Commandments don’t appear over any concession stands

8.      Handguns banned in some arenas

7.      Numerous players from Commie countries  

6.      Ever recall any World War II heroes who were hockey players?

5.      Zero good ole boy accents

4.      Foreign national anthems sometimes played before games

3.      National Hockey League ... that's socialism!!

2.     They act like Canadians invented hockey

1.      Running out of things to be angry about


With reporting by eTrueSports Special Correspondent John Nelson

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