Hypocrites at the NFL owe our hometown hero, Tim Tebow, an apology.

Well it begins again.

The NFL 2018 Season is upon us and we all waited to see what would happen.  Would they kneel?  Would they stand?  Would they place their hand over their heart?

It was a mixed bag across the NFL and 4 Jaguar team members decided to stay behind in the locker room until the National Anthem was over.  In the words of linebacker Telvin Smith, “I’ve got beliefs. I did what I did,” Smith said. “I don’t know if it’s going to be every week … but as a man, I’ve got to stand for something.”

Okay good for you Mr. Smith.  You got to do what you wanted to do and you stood up for something.

But let us never forget, Mr. Smith and the NFL owners, you didn’t give the same respect to those who wanted to kneel for what they believed in.  In fact you ridiculed them.

You are hypocrites – and you get a STINK EYE from Eye on Jacksonville.

Here’s the reminder of the NFL Players who were denied their ability to “stand up for something like Mr. Smith did.”

Thank you to Robert Jackson from Melbourne for his research and information and a special thank you to one of Eye’s subscribers for sending this to us.



[author] [author_image timthumb=’on’]https://eyeonjacksonville.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Billie-Tucker-1.jpg[/author_image] [author_info]Billie Tucker has worked in the CEO world for more than 30 years and was the Chief Operating Officer of Vistage Florida, a think tank for CEOs. She started her own consulting practice, CEO Service Bureau, in 2001 and earned a reputation for her keen understanding of the motivations, challenges and goals of people and became a life-long student and teacher of leadership principles. She craved anything leadership related and enjoyed being around the world of entrepreneurial CEOs. She watched as they made decisions; pondered how they would make payroll when cash flow was tight; and appreciated how they created career opportunities for hundreds of thousands of people. Because of her experiences, she has emerged as a key resource for the media and others who want to understand important insights about executives, management teams and board dynamics. In 2008, Billie became discouraged as she watched some of her clients struggle with the political economic impacts on their businesses. The same CEOs who mortgaged their home and charged up their credit cards to make ends meet to build a business and keep others working, now watched as their government bailed out the big banks who had mismanaged their resources. She cringed as most of her clients laid off employees for the first time and she vowed she would help them… somehow…someway. That somehow…someway showed up in the Tea Party Movement in America. She formed one of the largest tea party group’s in America (more than 9,000 members strong) and helped bring attention to America’s debt problem, out of control spending, over taxation and regulation strangulation on companies. With her background in working with leaders and her influence in the political and leadership world, Billie has continued her dream to help CEOs navigate these troubling waters that permeate the world of capitalism in America. She has been an active participant in the media as a guest on CNN, Fox News, Fox Business, Bott Family Network Radio and co-hosts a political/financial radio show in the Northeast Florida market entitled, Smart Money. She was the first speaker at the House of Representatives Tea Party Caucus inaugural event and was invited by Heritage Foundation to speak at their prestigious annual Heritage Resource Bank, and on their National Security Panel live broadcasts. She spoke at the Congressional Republican House Retreat in Pennsylvania in 2012. She was also the co-host and co-producer of the CNN Tea Party Express Debate in the 2012 Presidential Election. She is a firm believer that America needs more entrepreneurs and more opportunities for people to use their God-given talents and passions to better themselves, their communities and America. Her favorite quote has become her mission to help CEOs succeed: “Vision without execution is hallucination.” – Thomas Edison[/author_info] [/author]

Billie Tucker Volpe

Billie Tucker Volpe Founder of Eye on Jacksonville and Leadership Consultant to CEOs/Executives.


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