Labor dispute looms over 2010 NFL season

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  1. axman40

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    Behind closed doors, on the increasingly rare occasions when the two sides meet, the rhetoric doesn’t make its way into the room. Still, genuine progress won’t be made until the parties focus their efforts not on scoring points with the public but on working out their differences as partners, not enemies. Millionaires vs. billionaires
    Efforts to win over the fans won’t matter because nothing either side says or does will change the fact that this labor dispute represents a protracted tug-o-war between millionaires and billionaires.
    Regardless of the manner in which this squabble resolves, the paying customers realize that the rich will continue to get richer and that the only open question is whether one side will get richer at a faster rate than the other.

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    Seems more and more stuff I read online is of the opinion that it is almost a certainty that there will be a lockout. Hope not.
     

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