@ehasselbeck What?????? Has to be liberals.
— Joni Masterson (@blueice67) January 21, 2014
Yes, really — although there aren’t many politicians brave enough to suggest that football be banned. Elisabeth Hasselbeck isn’t afraid to ask, though.
Do we need to ban football? Or is technology to monitor, instruction 4coaches, limited tackle practice, technique instruction the solution?
— elisabeth hasselbeck (@ehasselbeck) January 20, 2014
Since she brought it up …
@ehasselbeck Pot I'm ok with, don't smoke myself, but it's no worse than alcohol. But even suggesting banning football is damn near treason.
— Joe (@joe_paladino) January 21, 2014
@ehasselbeck Denver vs Seattle. Two states that just legalized marijuana.
— Nick Paredes (@npthree) January 21, 2014
@ehasselbeck Washington–pot legalized Colorado–pot legalized
Teams going to the super bowl–Seattle and Denver. Coincidence?
— geri (@geriw34) January 21, 2014
@ehasselbeck both should be legal even though they both destroy brains. Free country.
— Lawrence DeVore (@larsd4) January 21, 2014
— ARTkennyB (@artkennyb) January 21, 2014
People are missing the point, pot is already pervasive. Legalize and tax it to drive revenue for the USA and not foreign aid. “@ehasselbeck
— Al D (@AlDejewski) January 21, 2014
@ehasselbeck in the words of Lucy from"Peanuts" "Stop the world! I want to get off!"
— Dan Roth (@Dan12R) January 21, 2014