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Take a knee to pray, take a knee in solidarity, take a knee because your just tired -it is clearly your right. Or come out like this Army Ranger and stand at attention during the National Anthem - it's your choice.

Now of course decisions have consequences even constitutionally protected ones. The law of supply and demand has a way of sorting things out when it comes to politics (as we saw in the last presidential election) and the business of football (see Colin Kaepernick) or entertainment (see Kathy Griffen). The consumers may applaud the kneelers or revile them. Either way it's everyone's right to take a knee- it may go well or America may not be buying what they're selling. We will have to wait and see. knee length bodycon red color dress

NFL player, Army Ranger veteran Alejandro Villanueva is only Steeler to be on field for U.S. national anthem; rest stay in locker room (VIDEO) | American Military News On Sunday, the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers' head coach Mike Tomlin announced that the team would stay in the locker room during the U.S. national anthem to avoid the controversy created by players kneeling during the U.S. national anthem. This announcement from Tomlin came Sunday morning after many