Found June 13, 2013 on This Given Sunday:
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Although it's admittedly beginning to feel like we're beating a dead horse, the Redskins' name issue is evolving, albeit slowly, and there's now a new wrinkle to the debate. Daniel Snyder has hired Frank Luntz, a conservative political consultant, to conduct a focus group assessing the general public's opinion of the NFL and the Washington Redskins, according to Think Progress. Snyder is presumably attempting to assess just where he stands from a PR perspective as he continues to hold that the Redskins will never be renamed. The most important question on the survey is likely, "Which of the following best reflects your opinion of the NFL team name ‘Washington Redskins’?" Options include, "I find the name offensive and they should change it," "I don’t find the name offensive and they should keep it as is." NFL commissioner Roger Goodell recently addressed the issue, saying the name is, "a unifying force that stands fo...
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