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Of Lincoln, Kafka, and the Latest Cleveland QB Controversy

Published by on June 14, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

"A house divided against itself cannot stand."   – Abraham Lincoln

President Lincoln said that regarding the slavery issue, which was far more important than any quarterback controversy, but it's difficult to convince a beered-up tailgate partier in the Muny Lot of its greater importance.

As of this writing, Browns fans are that divided house, and under its barely-standing roof reside the Hatfields and the McCoys, or in contemporary Internet terms, the Quinnbots and the Anderoids.

Support Anderson? You're a moronic Notre Dame hater who is jealous of Brady Quinn's looks and you must have something against the "local boy" (note: Columbus is NOT a suburb of Cleveland) whose destiny lies in bringin...

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