- — Bob Owens (@bob_owens)Thu, Jun 19 2014 02:53:10I'm so glad the Obama Admin is focusing LIKE A FREAKIN' LASER on the REDSKINS when the terrorists THEY ARMED are about to capture Baghdad.
- — John Salmon (@JohnSalmon859)Wed, Jun 18 2014 21:37:55How can it be legal for the Patent Office to simply cancel the #Redskins' trademarks? Obama's lawlessness extends itself still further.
- — tb (@imaglennbeckfan)Wed, Jun 18 2014 23:21:18If the word redskins is as bad as the word nigger, then why do blacks say the word nigger so much. That's the one word in almost every rap
- — Todd Feltman (@LeninsBarber)Wed, Jun 18 2014 16:00:11
- — Gregory Hood (@gregnhood)Wed, Jun 18 2014 18:17:50Remember what the U.S. Patent Office has taught us -- in Obama's America, your rights stop where someone's whining begins. #Redskins
- — The Anti-Feminist (@FemsHaveBallz)Thu, Jun 19 2014 01:15:05
- — James Dick (@NFloridaWriter)Thu, Jun 19 2014 12:22:48Mine eyes have seen the glory and its in the little boy yesterday crying while he waved his Redskins banner. Something wrong with America.
- — Riley (@rileysomething)Wed, Jun 18 2014 14:55:25
- — Zackery A. Daley (@ZackeryDaley)Thu, Jun 19 2014 11:52:21If redskins is offensive, why do you call me white? Why call Africans black? Less offensive? By what authority? Aye, me, silly bitches.
- — ryan jackson (@ryjackson1)Thu, Jun 19 2014 03:36:38
- — Chelsea (@chelseagrunwald)Wed, Jun 18 2014 15:53:28Wow. I'm glad the government can bully a private company into changing their name. What freedom of speech? #Redskins
- — BOSSY KIM (@ChartersKim)Thu, Jun 19 2014 06:01:57Freedom of Speech was designed to protect us from the same government that just stripped the rights of a private organization #Redskins
- — Patrick Rogers (@p_rogers13)Thu, Jun 19 2014 03:28:42If the Redskins actually have to change their name its a sad commentary on both free speech and the new PC standard in the US
A whole bunch of people on Twitter who don't understand things
A sample of tweets about the Redskins trademark cancellation reveals that a great deal of Americans lack a basic understanding how trademarks work (and what they do), have a lot of misplaced anger, and are generally confused.
byEric L Shepherd4,601 Views