Former Green Bay Packers star LeRoy Butler got political recently by comparing Aaron Rodgers‘ latest comments to the Democratic Party. Butler was apparently trying to make reference to the Democratic Party lacking communication skills and comparing it with Rodgers’ words. This is what Rodgers said that Butler was referencing, “Guys who are making too many mistakes shouldn’t be playing. Gotta start cutting some reps. Maybe guys who aren’t playing, maybe give them a chance.”
Packers Hall of Famer LeRoy Butler’s political comparison
LeRoy Butler was on Colin Cowherd’s show “The Herd” earlier this week. Cowherd started the segment off by saying “Sometimes you can be right about something, but I don’t love how you deliver it, As a dad, sometimes I’m upset with my kids, and my delivery mechanism is lousy. And I’ve learned that as a dad. I don’t mind what Aaron said; I wish he didn’t go public with it. Is that fair?”
Butler replied by saying “I think it’s very fair. And to your point, just like Democrats have great policies, their messaging is terrible.” He went on to say “Republicans, they just get in line and tell you what to do. Even if it’s illegal, ‘I’ll do it,’ but they stick together.”
Butler further explained himself by saying, “Colin, what I’m saying is, when you’re in a locker room, Lee Remmel told me this, you’re not talking to the media, you’re not talking to the fans, you’re talking to the locker room.” Possibly trying to hint to Rodgers that he should be more cautious with his words. What do you think? Were Rodgers’ comments out of line?