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Why should Tom Brady have to discuss Trump?

Why should Tom Brady have to discuss Trump?
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Judging by the voter participation rates in http://www.chargersshopnfl.com/Authentic-Doug-Flutie-Jersey this country, Tom Brady's opinion on politics is normal, if not in the majority. He doesn't care. Or, if he does care, he doesn't care to discuss it, doesn't have any interest in the knee-jerk pandering or uncomfortable discussions when two people who really, really do care start discussing some wedge issue without a solution. All of which makes his presence on the cover of Wednesday's New York Daily News, the latest in the partisans on both sides demanding he definitively declare whether he loves/hates/endorses/condemns Donald Trump for President, so ridiculous "I am just here to play football," Brady said, continuing his career-long routine of avoiding discussion of anything beyond the game he plays. That, though, isn't allowed by the politically obsessed, who insist Brady match their fixation with all things politics. But not everyone approaches politics as they do. It isn't that the topics aren't serious or important. It's the Jon Bostic Womens Jersey tact, it's the anger, it's the certainty in their position. It's that this feels less about proving anything or convincing anyone and more about shouting over each other in an effort to claim some moral or intellectual high ground. It may baffle those who are manic about politics but many of us out there look upon the entire thing not with a lack of understanding, but a belief in the clarity of our position – that this is mostly a dishonest construct, built to enflame passion so the governing/lobbying/campaigning class makes more money. Six of the 10 richest (by median income) counties in America surround Washington D.C., according to Forbes. This doesn't seem like a coincidence. Many Americans are exhausted just looking in on the clown show and uninterested in being labeled as an extremist by other extremists for not being extreme enough about whatever they deem extremely important. I don't know how Brady feels because like most political agnostics – or, you could say, independents – I'd never ask him because I have no interest in finding out. I bet he might agree, though. He sure acts like it. He rarely expresses an opinion on anything other than how tough this week's defense looks and how much work he and the New England Patriots will have to work to score a touchdown. He was asked this fall by GQ Magazine about running for political office. "There is a 0.000 chance of me ever wanting http://www.nflcowboysofficial.com/Authentic-Chris-Jones-Jersey to do that," Brady said. "I just think that no matter what you'd say or what you'd do, you'd be in a position where – you know, you're politicking. You know? Like, I think the great part about what I do is that there's a scoreboard. At the end of every week, you know how you did. You know how well you prepared. You know whether you executed your game plan. There's a tangible score. "I think in politics, half the people are gonna like you and half the people are not gonna like you, no matter what you do or what you say," he continued. "It's like there are no right answers. If there were, everyone would choose the right answers. They're all opinions."

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