A couple of days ago, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced he would not be attending anymore Washington Redskins games until the team changed its name.
Although Redskins owner Dan Snyder has vowed never to change the name, if he ever needed further incentive to stand his ground this is surely it. The last thing Redskins fans need to see and hear is Harry Reid reciting cowboy poetry and railing against the Koch Brothers from his seat at the 50 yard line at Fedex Field.
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