Tiger Woods Nike Ad: Does it Send the Wrong Message?

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Tiger Woods may be back on top of the golf world, but he hasn't put all controversy to rest, thanks to his "winning takes care of everything" Nike ad.

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    tiger woods is one ugly blk dude...buckwheat anyone?


    Tiger paid plenty for his sins of adultery. It ruined his career and his professional success for four years, caused him enormous public shame and humiliation, ruined his marriage and the relationship with his children, and cost him hundreds of millions of dollars in divorce settlement, loss of endorsements, loss of tournament winning money, and who knows what else. But he has worked harder than any athlete I've ever seen to reclaim the Number One ranking as the Best Golfer in the World and the respect of the public who care about golf and its top players and enjoy watching the tournaments throughout the year, and I for one am glad to see him there again,


    I don't care about what race people are (does really anyone notice anymore? I hoped not) but the slogan is terribly arrogant. No, winning doesn't make it OK to have behaved like a sh*t against your wife, and neither does having a new girlfriend. He's tainted for ever. Golf, winning or not, is nowhere near as important as marriage.


    NIKE loves an all-american comeback/coalburner lub story like Tiger and Lindsay Vonn.US Weekly puts them on the cover of their mag for no other reason then to push their interracial relationship-propaganda down the public's throats.Actually if you did an unbiased survey in america on both homo marriage and mixed marriages you would find most still do not approve of either..sorry its the truth deal with it.


    Of course it sends the wrong message but that is typical for Nike as their shoes are made by 11 year old kids in the Phillipines.
    Besides, I've never heard of "winning" fixing herpes.

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