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The NFL’s Production Of Super Bowlapalooza Is Disgraceful

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The NFL’s Production Of Super Bowlapalooza Is Disgraceful
©2012 Mike Church

Before the Material Tramp could even be seen at the start of Sunday’s SuperBowl halftime show, I knew there would be trouble. At least the Romans had the courtesy to kill off most of the ribald participants in their gladiator games whereas the NFL makes you sit through being flipped off while the musical gladiators are applauded. If you can find it, this is good work that pays millions but I wonder how many Americans who watched this performance prefer the gladiator’s fate for the performers?

Now why would I say such a thing, isn’t this free-market-capitalism at it’s best? Well perhaps it is but when capitalists served up millions of doses of FDA approved Vioxx that did not spare the company from paying damages to those injured by the product. And McDonalds no longer serves coffee hot enough to outdo the revved up temperatures of Madonna cohorts MIA and LMFAO. So I ask the question: is this the best the NFL … wait let me ask again, since this is “America’s Game” is this the best we can do!? Well, yes, and I wonder just what the soulless hacks at the NFL can do for an encore?

When I asked Professor Paul Gottfried what the purpose of modern conservatism is he told me “to establish the eternal pre-conditions for a Good Society.” What good pre-conditions, praytel are any Americans preserving by whooping loudly at the degenerating successions of Superbowl halftimes? The same can be said of nearly all the current offerings from HBO and Showtime and 10,000 other media companies that do the work of desensitizing Americans that Communists abandoned many years ago, knowing full well that “capitalism”, if given the chance would indeed sell the rope used to hang our culture and Madonna’s entrance into Lucas Oil Field.

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I am surprised there is so little disgust over Super Bowl 47’s halftime show, starring Beyonce’. An etremely attactive and very sexy Beyonce’ gyrated like there was no tomorrow. Her long, sexy legs, meeting her mscular hips and buttucks, sent a message of wild, animalistic sex that was hard to ignore. Many priests, I am sure, sat there in disbelief while Beyonce’ acted out scenes of simulated sex, moving her hips in and out, and then aound and around in musculur exctasy. Her legs are obviously at once etremely powerful AND sexy, and the sexuality she exudes cannot be denied nor rejected. Even the females in attendance at the game, and those watching at home, seemed fully enchanted by Beyonce’s seuality.

But, as we struggle to retain our civil,society, it is made even more difficult when the entertainment we choose because we believe it to be wholesome becomes nothing more than high class, soft porography. Young boys in the 8-10yr old group were undoutedly “feeling” some of their pre-pubescent reactions to the “entertainment”, as Beyonce’ acted like, yes an athlete, but also like a woman under the spell of sexual frenzy.

Look, I fully appreciated Beyonce’s act, but c’mon. It is bad enough that the Star Spangled Banner and what it represented was butchered into something hardly reognizeable as the National Anthem, but when exotic dancing becomes the norm at Super Bowl halftime shows, then we have lost our way, violated our trust with God, made the abnormal seem to represent goodness, which it is far from.

Folks, let us stop having halftime shows equivalent to a strip tease or worse. Let us stop turning on little boys and dirty old men. Let us not gyrate our hips in a frenzy of uncontrolled lust. I am not suggestingthat we hold a prayer vigil at halftime, but how about a set of patriotic so gs song by the multitude of ountry, rock, and opera stars we have out there. Let us get away from the soft porn business, and instead, move toward goodness, wholesomeness, purity of thought. Let us stop once and for all the turning of women into sex objects, gauking at them like some kind of sexual being vs. persons of talent, skill, and intelligence.

In closing, we can do better. I would suggest that patriotism is an excellent theme or the Super Bowl. It can help start the process of bringing a severely divided country together.

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