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      OhioStTFM

      Not the fucking point. The least he could’ve done was make sure he was prepared for just three more weeks of competition. Watch the 60 Minutes interview with him to see what I’m talking about. He stopped giving a shit once he got his fame and money. That’s not right. He should pay back the country that enabled him to get this far in life. If he would’ve won all his events, we probably wouldn’t be losing to China in medals.

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      bubba shrimp

      ^ Or you know he can do whatever the fuck he wants. I wish he would have trained harder too and kick even more ass but I think he has done his part. He doesn’t need to “pay back” anything since he owes us nothing.

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      Walmart Greeter

      ^^ IT ENABLED HIM TO GET FAR IN LIFE. LIKE THE GREAT PRESIDENT ONCE SED TO ME AND MY PEOPLE “YOU DIDN’T BUILD THAT, SOMEONE ELSE MADE DAT HAPPEN.” WELL OBVIOUSLY HERE, MR FELPS DONE HAD LOTS OF HELP AND DIDN’T DO IT ALL ON HIS OWN SO HE BE NEEDIN TO GIVE BACK TO THE PEOPLE MAYNE. GET AT ME FOR REAL THOUGH – LEEROY

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      Success

      A. He already did pay us back, by being the most medalled athlete of all time. B. WTF have you done to pay back the country that enabled you to get this far in life?
      C. These trolls are getting stupider and stupider…

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      Gerald Sandusky

      ^^^^ I agree he could’ve given a little more effort. Companies have poured money into him for endorsements and he choked the dick in these games. He doesn’t “owe” us anything at all. But it would’ve certainly been nice for him to do what he could to make sure he was in prime condition. And between taxes and people in the military, I’d say the ordinary citizens do plenty to pay this country back. The least the glorified athletes could do is try a little.

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      Anonymous298817

      Sure, he’s not swimming 50 miles a week like he was before, but he is also getting old. Considering the wear and tear on his body of training at world champion level for 12 years takes a toll on the body.

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