I wouldn't call myself a fan of any sport, though I love baseball and I like basketball. But this caught me by surprise. I guess I'm OK with it in spirit, but not in principle, and I can't imagine why a business would risk alienating so much of its clientele over something that is, at its essence, much ado about nothing.
KFYI, The Valey's talk station has a poll running that is essentially meaningless due to it's wording, but that doesn't mean it isn't interesting…
And as I was starting to post the update, Rush Limbaugh ran a clip from the great Phoenix basketball player, and even greater idiot, Steve Nash, who said that there has to be a better way of dealing with illegal immigration… then he proceeded not to elaborate because he's got what they call in his sport, an "air ball."
Nash also said that no one on the team objected to wearing the "Los Suns" jerseys. I would have objected just based on grammar.
Meanwhile, Barry Young on KFYI made an interesting point – that you have to buy a ticket to see Los Suns. Doesn't that defeat the purpose of those calling for an Arizona boycott?