Monday, February 1, 2010

Bengals Open Dialogue with Hamilton County

It looks like the Cincinnati Bengals are trying to be good citizens. The Cincinnati Enquirer is reporting that they are offering 40 million in concessions to alleviate shortfalls in the stadium funds due to declining sales tax revenues.

The Bengals should do so without strings. Since the tax was a sales tax, everybody who lives in the county has paid for Bengals' stadium and made the Brown family rich. This city will always support a professional football team. Drops in attendance are due to poor play not due to a lack of enthusiasm. Let's hope this leads to a more harmonious relationship between the Bengals and the county.

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