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Breakout players for 2011 -- whenever that starts

Before we head into the weekend (which some fools are claiming will be the final one as May 21 is supposed to be the end of the world) I want to give you my personal list of Dolphins players I believe should be on everyone's list of breakout players for the 2011 season.

...Whenever that 2011 season gets underway.

Breakout players are defined as players who have yet to show their signature talent. They are young players who have much potential but little in the way of stellar production to show for that potential. Cameron Wake had a breakout season in 2010.

The next Cameron Wake for the Dolphins?

My list:

1. Guard John Jerry: He was a starter much of last season but struggled finding his niche and then keeping it because he battled a sickness and that kept him from perfecting his technique and he wasn't strong enough and he probably needed a lesson in being a professional. Enough of that. It's the second season. The hope is he's working to get stronger as prescribed by the club's strength and conditioning coaches and he is going to get every opportunity to be a starter -- with every opportunity being defined as he's a starter Day 1 of training camp and then it's up to him to keep the job.

2. Cornerback Vontae Davis: Next season will be his third as a starter. It's time to live up to the grand potential he showed as a rookie. Davis is easily the most physical of all Miami corners. He works hard to get his body right. He works at the art of playing CB. But last season he had only one interception to show for his trouble. He had four interceptions as a rookie. You might claim he wasn't picked on nearly as much as he was as a rookie and that is correct. But he was beaten for at least four TD passes. That's not the ratio of interceptions-to-TDs anyone expects from a star CB. And make no mistake, Davis has the potential to be a star. It's time for him to reach that potential.

3. Free safety Reshad Jones: This kid is a ball magnet. He always seems to be around the football. The football always seems to be around him. It stands to reason the Dolphins, who want more game-changing plays in their defensive backfield, will give such a player an opportunity to win a starting job. If Jones continues to show that ball magnet ability, it would then make sense he bursts out of his role as a special teams player and situational player.

4. Wide receiver Marlon Moore: You cannot coach speed. Moore has it. He showed that potential with that 57-yard TD catch against Oakland last year. Coaches saw that and their eyes popped out. Unfortunately, Moore wasn't ready for more work. The following week he dropped a couple of passes and his chance for more playing time diminished. But a young wide receiver typically makes the biggest leap in ability between his first and second year. Moore is getting ready for that second year. A caveat: Most NFL wide receivers get plenty of work in that offseason between their roookie and second seasons. Moore isn't getting that with the Dolphins due to the lockout.

5. Defensive end Phillip Merling: Coaches were hoping for big things from Merling at this time last year. He was seemingly starting to figure out how to be a professional. Then he blew out his Achilles' tendon jogging on his own a month before training camp. He had to wait until the final five games to work himself off the Non-football Injury list. It wasn't a total loss, but it wasn't what everyone expected, either. Merling gets another chance at it this year -- hopefully while completely healthy. A big hint whether he'll be primed for a big year is how well Merling practices when training camp opens. He is known for at times not being a great worker in practice.

HONORABLE MENTIONS -- Koa Misi, Jared Odrick: Misi collected 4.5 sacks as a rookie mostly on sheer desire and refusal to quit. He was playing the SOLB for the first time in his career. He was playing in the NFL for the first time. He was probably a little undersized in that he needed to improve his upper body strength. As for technique ... what technique? The assignment this offseason and training camp is to address all those. We'll see the results.

Odrick was an instant starter at RDE. That says something about the kid. Unfortunately for the Dolphins, they were not able to see the fruits of his potential. After a solid training camp, Odrick broke his leg in the season-opener. Four weeks later, he sustained an injury to the other leg that forced him out the remainder of the season. He gets a new start in 2011. The club has high hopes for him. So do I.

Check back Monday for more Dolphins information and analysis. Also, please follow me on twitter. Finally, I guarantee you the world will not end on Saturday. I have a Most Highly placed Source.

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ODIN,

THE COMPANY YOU WORK FOR ,DO THEY GIVE PENUTS OR THEY TREAT YOU WELL .... THE MONEY THAT PLAYERS ARE ASKING FOR IS OUR MONEY,NOT THE OWNERS MONEY .......

our team doctors should not be paid. they cleared al harris who the packers knew was done. they didnt know about odrick having issues. then alma francis and john jerry become ill for 8 weeks with no diagnosis of a known illness???? we need to "clean house",not overpay every player we come across! should have kept our 2 second round picks not to mention tens of millions of $$$(for marshall) and drafted dez last year.

That made no sense at all bad mouth the doctors then turn around and what us to get a receiver who is injury prone instead???

GREG Z.... ROTHMAN HAS A NICE CODE IN THE GOD FATHER ... (( I CAN'T TRUST A DOCTOR WHO CAN'T SPEACK ENGLISH )) .

ALOCO you fool, the name of the character is Roth, not rothman....

DB WANTS US TO SIGN DERRICK LOCKE WITH ONE ARM ,DYING BREED MUST BE A VET .

SUCIO,


FORGIVE ME , YOU R RIGHT ...ROTH HAYMAN

Aloco you retard why do you bother dying breed????????

Hyman Roth is his name...
You are a hymen

SUCIO,

DYING BREED NEVER STAND FOR WHAT HE POSTS ,HE THROUGH ONE LINER AND IF DOESN'T WORK ,HE RUNS A WAY ...NO INTEGRITY OR SET OF VALUES ....AS THE LAST CASE W/DERRICK LOCKE .

SORRY AGAIN,


HYMAN ROTH .

Aloco,

I'm not sure what you're getting at. You know I have a small shop/towing/plowing. I make peanuts, but those peanuts feed and clothe me and my kids.

Every once in awhile I get a royalty check and those are a little more than peanuts. I get these royalties because I MYSELF, a dumb drunk mechanic wanna be musician negotiated MY OWN DEAL.

Instead of being short sighted and taking a BUNCH of money up front, I took less money and retained the copyrights and a percentage of future sales and ALL rebroadcast rights.

Everybody else got their big money, their new cars, the women and the drug problems upfront. I was in it for the long haul. I had all the trials and tribulations as well, but I'm still living off royalties from work I did back in the eighties.

The other guys took the money and ran. They burned out like a cheap lighter. They can't turn around now and say, hey we deserve some of that money now. We we're too stupid to make the deal you made, but we should get some of that money now.

This is exactly want these dumb ass jock game players are trying to pull right now. They went out and got their high falutin agents and signed their million dollar deals. They're adults, they knew what they were doing and what they were signing.

Now they want to look at their owners, THEIR BOSSES and say, what, you're making how much? We want to know your profit margin so we can demand more, More, MORE!

It's complete bullshyt! They're playing a GAME that they supposedly LOVE to PLAY. They're blessed enough to play games for a living. NONE of them should even make a million a year for playing adult GAMES. Yet, they make millions upon millions and even though salaries for these dumb jocks keeps increasing, It's still not enough for these greedy bastards!

All these players have to do is stay in supreme physical health and play adult GAMES! It's a God given blessing for Christ's sake!

The owners on the other hand have to deal with all aspects of the business end of things. They have to deal with the fan base, all forms of the media and the merchandising SHARKS!

They have to deal with the city and state govts. of their respective franchises. They have to deal with stadium leasing/building/planning commissions. They have to deal with NFLPA reps. Player agents, NFL competition committee. Broadcasting rights, profit margins, etc, etc..........

These highly educated businessmen have to deal with every possible aspect of putting an NFL product on the field and on the air.

Then along comes these million dollar dumbass jocks that have to exercise and PLAY KIDS GAMES for a living!

THEY want the PRIVELEGE of seeing into the owners books???? Kiss my A S S!

I have to agree with the college kids that were taunting the NFLPA's Demaurice Smith:

SHUT UP AND PLAY!!!!

PS: If the world ends today.........VALHALLA!!!!

It's been a Hell of a Ride!!!!

ODIN,


YOU DIDN'T CONVINCE ME ....BOTTOM LINE IS ,THE MONEY COMING FROM TV RIGHTS AND OTHER SOURCES ....WHERE DOES THE OWNERS DESERVE ALL OF IT ? PLAYERS ASKING FOR SOME OF IT TO SUPPORT OLDER PLAYERS FROM MARINO'S ERA AND BEHIND ..............

ODIN,

PLAYERS ARE GETTING SMARTER AS YOU ,WHEN YOU ASKED FOR ROYALTIES ...THEY R ASKING FOR SAME THING ......

There is not going to be any football this year. The players and owners both want to prove a point and neither will budge.

There will be an agreement around Halloween but all sides will agree it is too late to salvage any kind of season.

There will be no NFL football this year.

The owners shouldn't have to contend with these absurdities the Dumb Jock Players are trying to perpetuate.

As far as the current players trying to look out for older era players, bottom line, this is bullshyt too. These greedy, dumbass, shortsighted jocks don't give two squats about older players.

They're just looking out for themselves and they think hitching the wagons to the old Legends will strengthen their position.

You trying to tell me that when Dez Bryant took out a half a million dollar loan for jewelry, FOR JEWELRY, that he was thinking about Dick Butkis's knees or Mike Ditka's hips?

If you really believe these things, then I got a bridge for sale my friend.

PS: It ain't the Bridge of Sighs EITHER!

(You know anything about the Bridge of Sighs ALoco?)

ODIN,


1- MIKE DITTKA IS WORTH MORE THAN 40 MILLION DOLLARS .

2- TO GIVE THE DEZ BRYANT AS AN EXAMPLE ,IT MISSES THE POINT .

3- THE MONEY IS OUR MONEY NOT THE OWNERS MONEY .

4- THE OWNERS CAN REACH AN AGREEMENT W/THE PLAYERS ,THEN CUT THE PAYROLL TO MAKE EVEN MORE MONEY ......WALL STREET STYLE ..........

..Do you guys know that the hotel physician @ the Aventura Fairmont used to be the team physio for the Dolphins? The jogging trail around the hotel is named after him. I don't know if he is still there, but he has some cool memorablia, and he wrote me a perscription for percocet once!

TIME TO GO TO ...WORK TO PAY FOR THE UNEMPLOYED .

The owners will win in the end. PERIOD.

Greg Z, after they double and tripple cover Dez like they do Marshall, then what?

ALoco-Cuban Menance-Salguero,

Who Do You Think Youre Kidding? Only Time You Leave The Blog Is To Do Your Morning Radio Show! LOL........

Odin ..(@ 1:02 PM)


"Circus Animals" vs "Gladiators".... To ME there's not much of a difference...

Please don't think that I'm about to give some speech about "entitlement" because I don't believe in that. The only thing that people
are "entitled" to (when they are contribute to a gainful enterprise) are a base set of tools that help them succeed.

These guys are young and physically gifted. They willfully sign up to play a 'game' that might potentially cripple them -- either now or in the future.

We're learning that once they out-live their usefulness, and the cameras are turned off, there are problems.

Remember, the vast majority of players make between 400 and 500K and play for an average of 3.5 years. After taxes and Agent fees it's less than a million (for the whole time playing football.) While they're all free to go out and earn more money in other lines of work...many don't have degrees...and face skill challenges because of the way that "College Althetes" are handled.

In contrast, the average person can raise a family and
earn about 1.5 million over a 30 or 40 year career.

So yeah ...your argument about "Up Front Money" is valid.

These players are ABSOLUTELY solely responsible for managing their own money.

But the characteristics of Pro Football are different from almost every other form of employment.

NFL Football players DIE (on average) during their mid 50's; ...and growing evidence suggests that a significant portion suffer brain damage that occurred during their playing days.

So..one might say that its cool to sacrifice a couple of decades and several aches and pains for a few years in the limelight.

I'm not so sure...
If you were to ask anyone over 35, I'll bet many
would feel that life is a bit longer that a "few years" ...and all the drive and ambition in the world (to earn money other ways) can be neutralized by legs that don't work the way they're supposed to.

I'm not saying that players (or any other employees, for that matter) have the right to see the owners books... That's ridiculous (because of all the reasons that you mentioned above...)

I'm just proposing that some sort of FAIR PROVISION is made for the UNIQUE INJURIES that occur while contributing to
a Nine Billion Dollar Enterprise.

In 'Yazzi's ideal world'...
The owners would need to prove that funding comprehensive medical expenses for all former players will make it impossible to earn substantial profits.

Unfortunately that would take a kind of ACCURATE FINANCIAL DATA that is unlikely to ever be shared.


The REALITY is that we'll have Football
once the Union has been broken.
.
.

Well, little do the owners know, once they crush the players union that's when thier real problems began.

"EVERYTHING WILL THEN BE FAIR GAME!"

Division between the two opposing will greatly increase, become even more bitter, and it will become even more difficult to play an nfl amidst the barrage of legal petitioning both sides are sure to bring.

The NFL as we once knew it eventually almost inevitably come to an irrecoverable and grinding halt. Who would have evr thought Canadian football would eventually emerge as worldwide leader in what was once a dominantable American sporting patent.

Yazzi

You ignore the fact that football players know full well what they are getting into from the beginning. If they choose to forego pursuing a more stable profession for one that has a higher risk/reward ratio that is their choice. They are risking stability for fame and fortune by will, not by force.

Anyone going into professional sports without a plan b deserves no more sympathy than the gambler that loses at the casino.

Just the same, if the players refuse to play for the going salaries, then the billionaire owners will have three choices, find others that will play for lower salaries, pay up, or close down. It's not written anywhere that pro sports has to exist. If it can no longer function as a business, then it will have the same fate as the typewriter.

An eventual crumbling of the NFL will also send devasting after shockwave along the fault line of American college football.Think about it, how many fewer high school athletes will pursue the sport after the eventual demise of the NFL and its huge paydays?

No matter how great the athlete, will "AMERICANS" flock in huge groves to watch Canadian football? I think not. There maybe initial interest. But longterm interest will increasingly decline. We are not lovers of another nations sport. Even if it involves recruiting of our very own "AMERICAN" athletes.

Coal miners take far more risks far more frequently for far less pay. They don't have to do it, but they do. If they were to demand that the owners of the mines open the books and share more of the profit, they would be let go on the snap, others will gladly take the work at the current salaries.

After careful consideration, I chose not to be a professional athlete or a coal miner.

Guys what we are witnessing is only a symptom of what is truly an American problem.

The REAL problem is the steady erosion of the intrastructure of the American core values itself. Look all around you, this isnt just about NFL football. You see it in our governmental system, wall street, even society as a whole.

These problems in society as a whole arent "newbie problems". As we are now witnessing, when examining the society as a whole picture, the entire core values intrastructure itself has taken on much corrosion and at some point in our future will crumble entirely. Barring drastic revisionist effort we are indeed destined to become a doomsday society.

Rome wasnt built in a day, but it sure did see its eventual crumbling to the gruond in a day. Erosion can be an ongoing ever evolving process but collapse is always swift and sudden.

Anyone who goes through life thinking things are - or should be - 'fair', are simply not prepared for the real world. I've been through salary cuts, lay offs, strikes, happens in all industries, not just the NFL.

Players make a conscious choice to enter a high risk/high pay profession. As well, employees who support the teams had ample warning months in advance that a work stoppage was possible, in which time they could have found alternative work. Most employees in other professions don't have the luxury to prepare in advance, they show up to work one morning and are shocked when they are given a pink slip.

I am certainly not happy for anyone going through a financial hardship, just putting things in perspective. The billionaire NFL owners are no different than the multi-billion dollar corporations who routinely do the very same thing to their employees.

To quote the great John Donne:
"Never send to know for whom the bell tolls. It tolls for thee."


DB,

that's gibberish. This is a Dolphins football blog. Get it together man.

I have much respect for and God bless those who valiantly gave thier lives at the twin towers.

However, is there a greater lesson that all American can learn fron the collapse of the twin towers? I say yes. There is definitely great similarities in eroding American core value and the crumbling of the twin towers.

There's a great billowing of smoke and fire that has now besiege our core values too. Just as those towers for a while still stood tall in the wake of this immense destructive power. So now does what still remains of the American core value system too.

Then with a sudden and swift collapse did the towers fall. So will our core value system in the day of final calamity. This isnt a NFL problem. Its an American core value system problem. You dont cure a problem by seeking cure of a superficial symptom.

Advertising drives professional sports in the very same way it drives silly sitcoms. That is where the money comes from.

Many players have no idea what its like to work in the real world. Many wouldn't rise above stocking shelves for Walmart if they didn't have football. A business owner has the right to run their business they way they choose, succeed or fail based on their own decisions, not by spoiled, ignorant, egomaniac athletes who have accomplished absolutely nothing in life compared to the owners they play for.

The risk/reward going into professional sports is known up front. Your career could be very short due to poor performance or injury, but as well you have the chance to make more money in a few years than most will make in a lifetime. You take that risk knowingly when you sign up.

It is unrealistic in any endeavor to assume such a high level of reward without an equally high level of risk. Lowering the risk inherently means lowering the reward as well. Asking for lower risk and higher reward is like asking your boss if you can have a raise and work one less day per week as well...simply unrealistic.



ODF,

When sentenced to the firing squad, wearing the blingfold does not make one's fate anymore unrealistic. Looking away from the real problem doesnt make one immune of the eventual consequence and devastation.

There is no mountain high enough, valley deep enough, nor obstacle wide enough to hide. This is not a football problem. The increasing erosion of our core value system as a whole is the "TRUE" issue no one wants to address.

Rome's rise was as great as the eventual process that led to its fall. However, when great dynasties fall the collapse is always swift and sudden.

What takes a thousand years to build, one thousand years to erode, in the end can collapse in the matter of only a few hours. As Americans we only continue to hasten our eventual fate by refusing to remove our blindfold.

I wonder if the Romans ever equated the inter squabbles of thier Gladiator sport with the eventual crumbling of an entire empire. Im sure just like us, they proudly wore blindfolds too.

In America, as long as we can be presented with distraction. We will never seek to solve our looming and dooming problems until its far too late.

Even as the hour of our Rome draws nearer we still much rather fancy ourselves in distractions, illusions, and dellusions than come together to change our eventual fate.

The entire structure of professional sports may have to change far more drastically than either side realizes for it to continue as a viable business.

Much of the current struggle with the cba can be attributed to simple stubborness on both sides, neither wanting to accept the reality that success for both sides requires a major paradigm shift in the way the business is approached, which in the end requires an agreement less lucrative for both sides.

Seems in America our answer to coming together is to increasingly become more divisive. This isnt a game people. Our very future existence greatly depends on it.

Still everyone rather sit on thier hands and continue to enjoy the very illusional dog and pony show while we are being besieged at the city gates.

I REALLY hope the OWNERS win this lock out mess.

Cheers,

0x80,

How can restructuring professional sports truly help when the structure it sits within is truly poisoned? The real poison is the core value system of our society itself.

Biblical scholars have written, "You can not place new wine in old skins." If you do the old skins will swell and burst with the new wines.

New wine has to be placed oin new skins. Meaning before we start with a new anything. We must first began with a newly revamped set of core values which we all freely abide within. Then we can begin adding the "new wines."

Guys, I really all of this stuff Ive been posting is very deep but true. Im as big a football fan as any of you.

But because I choose to "open my eyes" to see this as a societal, not purely football issue. Does this make me non-conformist or less football faithful? I truly think not.

realise

I only seek to get us all thinking and hopefully in a small way interject a cure that begins to spread throughout our cancerous core value system. Should this ever happen then we all win!

DB,

I said the entire structure may have to be changed...not simply restructured, which is what they are trying to do now. Changing the entire structure pretty much means blowing away the old structure entirely and starting with a clean slate.

Remember, what controls sports has nothing to do with the sport itself, but the advertising revenue involved and what demands the advertisers place on the sport. It affects too many areas to even list here. One example, I used to wonder why the bye weeks were not the two middle weeks of the season, one week afc off, next week nfc off. The way it is now, its not fair for a playoff team that had an early bye, they are more exhausted. Well the answer is that splitting the byes in two weeks only adversley affects the the sponsors, because they will miss a week of advertising since each conference has its own network.

So I am saying, conecptually there needs to be a major paradigm shift. They are busy negociating grains of sand when what they really need to do is rearange a few mountains.

Not long ago America was #1 in technology. We invented everthing in technology and were the masters of everything in technology. Today our country is ranked maybe 5th or worse. How can that be? Why is it so?

We used to be #1 in education, now we are way far behind, especially in math and science, the two most valuable areas. How can that be? Why is it so?

And where are we going from here?

DyingBreed,

Well said friend.

Cheers,

Dying breed ,

IS A DOCTOR ?


DERRICK LOCKE ?

ARE A VET DB ?

0x80,

Now youre begining to see outside the box a little. Its not just a petty squabble between players and owners as some seem to think.

Look a little further than the advertisers and sponsors. Eventually as we look further and further out. WE eventually will come to ground zero itself. That's the total subversion of our core value system itself that has led to all of societies ills.

We can not build a great building upon a faulty foundation and have it not eventually fail. The more weight that's placed upon it, the sooner it will eventually fail.

how soon we forget bout Kory Sheets, is anyone going to give this kid a chance?!

0X80,

I BLAME NIXSON FOR ALL THE ILL WE HAVE NOW...HE SHOWED CHINA THE WAY ...........

NIXON

IMO,

To solve America's ills requires big balls from everyone. I think it requires totally revamping our constitution without eliminating the most important parts of our bill of rights. There are segments that are more poisonous than libertarian.

The great debate will always be where do we draw the line between liberty and libeltry? It will also be how do we improve the unalienable right to govern ourselves. While also finding enhanced ways to govern those whom govern us?

IMO, our fore fathers may have designed our governing system too closely to two great systems which themselves also crumbled. Greece and Rome. While I dont entirely disagree with the model. I would much rathered if our fore fathers would have focused on ways to take that to the next level instead of just devising a carbon copy to eventual failure.

Aloco

Check out Michael Moores film a couple years back, Capitalism. Sheds a lot of light on what is really going on, and it isn't pretty.

Like or not, the NFL, MLB, NBA are all synonomous with every sitcom or reality show you can think of. It ONLY exists as a means to force feed viewers with advertising propaganda, and for absolutely no other reason. There is simply no other way to fund the sport or the sitcoms. The entertainment the fans enjoy is merely a side effect of the actual purpose of the business - programming the viewers to buy the sponsors products.

IMO. Rome would never have stood for a thousand years had there existed the age of information and technology that exist today. It would have greatly hastened thier free fall prosensity.

0x80 (@ 3:48 PM)

Did I not say that
They
"W i l l f u l l y
sign up to play a 'game' that might potentially cripple them."?


Both you, I (and everyone else) thought that
we were INVINCIBLE at age 21. We would have agreed to play Pro Football without thinking twice.

Accepting a risky job offer does not relate, in someone's head, (at that age) with taking a supreme gamble.

The choice to play, has more to do with
the combination of youth, strength, and justifiable feelings of omnipotence.
(Having our most basic needs fulfilled by others for the first 18 years our lives has something to do with this too.)

You can't possibly expect a young person to be able to relate to age 30,
....let alone understanding the choices needed to sustain themselves next 55 years thereafter.

When we are 21 we all think that nothing can stop us.


So my only point is that
some sort of FAIR PROVISION should be made for the UNIQUE INJURIES that occur while contributing to UNIQUE ENTERPRISE.

Ideally, the people with wisdom (The owners) should decide, on their own, to provide some decent and reasonable medical coverage for the average player once they can no longer play.

They should do this in spite of the fact that most athletes in their twenties can't possibly relate to it's true value.

We have crossed some line in this country where it is assumed that investors will make money off the condition of our physical health.
.
.

OX80,

I SAW THAT MOVIE .. THE ONLY RICH COUNTRY WHO DOESN'T HAVE A HEALTH CARE FOR IT'S PEOPLE IS THE USA...SAD .

...and no OX80,

Few have dilutions that "life is fair".


But you're all witnessing the 'Shining city on the hill'
CRUMBLE LIKE ROME.


Its very disturbing...and it hurts me, as someone who was born here, to watch it happen.
.
.

Am I the only one that thinks that we'll be ok with the RBs we have already. I wouldn't mind having Williams back or signing D. Williams, but I truly believe now that we've drafted a young guy, that we can run effectively with the RBs we have. Kory Sheets and Lex Hilliard look like the they can be a great one-two punch for us, they just need to be given a chance...and now that we have Thomas as the wild card plug and play guy....I don't think its epically necessary to go out and spend cash on a RB...Actually I'll take that back, we should bring back R. Williams to mentor, and let the four RBs rush us to an AFC East title...and then through the playoffs. It'll give Henne his ability to manage the game back.

Whats really ridiculous is the untold sums of money spent on retirement and healthcare stipends for current and former political office holders. All of these guys wouild never have to worry about retirement income nor paying for future healthcare even if it wasnt funded upon the backs of those who can not afford these things for themselves.

Segmenst of our governmental parties call it socialism when given to all of the people. But call the uneccessary neccessary when it comes to subsidizing themselves. All of a sudden its not socialism when they are the benifactors of it.

Does anyone else see anything wrong with picture?

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