From our Humor Department:
Much is being made this season about ball players and their Constitutional right to protest during the playing of the National Anthem. Those folks who side with President Trump should read what the Constitution has to say about this form of protesting. I refer you to Article 9, Section 17 which says:
During game events ball players shall confine their protests to the time of the singing of the National Anthem. They may not move their protests to other parts of the event such as halftime as that may interfere with concession sales of beer and popcorn.
Not only that, then they might have to tell us all the different causes the different players are protesting. That brings to the problem of speeches which contradict one another. How to fix that problem? — World Wide Wrestling?