Thursday, October 18, 2012

Booted from Raydah Nation

I was booted from the Facebook Raydah Nation group because of my harsh criticism of Carson Palmer.

I haven't really asked why I was removed from the group because I don't really care, but the moderator would probably say I broke some kind of rule because some bonehead guy called me "delirious" because of my stance regarding Palmer. I replied, "if you're going to criticize me at least learn how to spell" (he misspelled the word delirious).

One day after my response I'm kicked out of the group. That's OK, because I'm certainly not one who follows the crowd or agrees with the majority opinion just to keep the peace. If I cannot express myself, and my sports views, then I don't want to be a part of the group. To HELL with Raydah Nation.

I've been a diehard Raiders fan since I was 6 years old, and was born in Oakland, CA. But if they have players that are stinking it up, I'm going to voice my opinion, and Carson Palmer has stunk it up his ENTIRE CAREER.

Every time I'm critical of a Raider for his poor play, specifically Carson Palmer, my loyalty as a Raiders fan was always questioned. I call it like I see it, and I've said from day 1, "The Raiders will not win with Carson Palmer."

So go right ahead, kick me out of your club, my voice will be heard regardless. How can you give up two top draft picks for a proven loser? If Hugh Jackson doesn't acquire Carson (and it was his decision alone, after the death of Al Davis) he's probably still the Raiders head coach.

The Carson Palmer experiment has been a dismal failure. Click the link below, and you'll see there's at least one NFL pundit that agrees with me.

The Carson Experiment