Wayne Huizenga Looking To Sell His Soul

Rob SteeleCorrespondent IOctober 29, 2008

If the only person interested in buying souls is the Devil, how can Wayne Huizenga sell his soul to himself?

On Monday, Miami Dolphins co-owner Wayne Huizenga announced that he plans to sell his remaining stake in the Dolphins. Currently, Huizenga owns 50 percent of the Miami Dolphins' franchise after selling the other 50 percent to Stephen M. Ross, a real-estate developer.

Huizenga was complaining about a possible increase in capital-gains taxes. "He wants to double the capital gains tax, or almost double it," Huizenga said. "I'd rather give it to charity than to him."

As greedy as they come, Huizenga is looking after himself as usual. He should be donating money to charity anyways; the tax write offs for his contributions could make up the difference on capital-gains.

Watching Huizenga dismantle the Florida Marlins after their World Series win was a true showing of his character and his heartless nature. I'm almost glad the Miami Dolphins did not win a Super Bowl under his ownership, I'm sure there would have been another fire sale. All of the players we've grown to love and buy merchandise for would be traded to other teams for a profit, leaving us the fans with nothing.

From a political view, I was split down the middle, but after seeing through what Wayne Huizenga is trying to do, I hope karma elects Barack Obama.

Wayne, for the sake of the Miami Dolphins, the Miami Dolphins' fanbase, and people with a soul, I hope you sell the rest of the Dolphins to Mr. Ross; sooner rather than later.