http://msn.foxsports.com/collegefoot...pocrisy-080813and no, this is not intended in any way to compare the vast evil of Jim Crow to an incompetent NCAA investigation
She is merely juxtaposing their roles as a "tipping point," and drawing a parallel to another familiar tipping point. Rosa Parks is mentioned a total of TWO times in the entire article, and both with heavy prefacing.
First time she is mentioned, this ensued:Second time she is mentioned, this ensued:On a much less historically significant scale, so it is with Johnny Football — and no, this is not intended in any way to compare the vast evil of Jim Crow to an incompetent NCAA investigation, or to slings from TV commentators.They are both injustices which were defied, and the defiers now serve as a "tipping point."My comparison of Johnny Football to Rosa Parks, a brave and willing American hero, is based only on Manziel's role as a tipping point.
You act as if the writer was like "and on the second autograph he signed, it was like when they took Rosa to see the judge." None of that is going on.
You've falsely thought that she was trying to say they're similar, right here:
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