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Why is that when ESPN talent say something vaguely supporting of liberal causes, they need to stick to sports. But guys like Mike Ditka and Curt Schilling get to be on TV for years, and are generally far, far more outspoken with their politics?

This is a sad article, and people that are treating this as an opportunity to spike a political football should realize that your industry is next. Who has money is changing, the value of individual labor is decreasing, and major shakeups can happen to any of us.

We should be rooting for ESPN’s success, and for the continued success of people hired by the network to cover the sports we enjoy.

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