If it was a case of someone saying that the Bears were a wonderful team which best represents America over every other team, then we would insist that it be deleted. However, in this instance the edit war would best be solved by adding instead of deleting. After all, the bears have played more than one game, so there is no need to replace the existing game with another one, especially if Stephen had mentioned the game that was posted but not the one that replaced it.--WatchTVEatDonutDrinkBeer 15:39, 30 June 2007 (UTC)
I am unaware of any mention by Stephen Colbert of the Giants or the Dolphins playing the Bears this past season. The assertion that the Giants defeated the Bears seems to be lacking in truthiness. On the other hand, the Dolphins were the first team to slaughter the Bears last year, and should be heralded for their intestinal fortitude.
The Bears have played in numerous games this past season, but attempting to document each one would take away from the overall message (Bears are evil) and make us nothing more than a bunch of Factonistas. --Lucid Enigma
Here is, in my opinion, a very fair proposal to resolve this conflict. The Dolphins should be noted for being the first team to stop The Bears' rampage. However, the Giants should definitely be noted in "teams that beat the bears", which is DEFINITELY a statement full of truthyness! did you see that game? the giants were beating them 13 to 3 with a few minutes left in the 2nd quarter! clearly the bears got their asses handed to them. and of course the conclusion demeaning Eli Manning should be cut since insulting a Bear slaughterer is like not supporting our troops. i will make the changes i have mentioned and see how you like it. Rkrublit
Works for me. I did see the entire Giants/Bear game, and I like your interpretation of it. Still, Eli has a way to go before he is the #1 bear slayer.--Lucid Enigma
In Super Bowl XX (1986), is it coincidence that the Bears beat the PATRIOTS? --Sneakers 09:58, 19 December 2007 (UTC)