I cut the rest of your comments off because this part alone is a real problem to me. Freedom of speech is one of our most treasured ideals in this country, however lately it seems that only applies so long as no one is offended by that speech. There is nothing in the first amendment that addresses someone being offended by the speech of another.
With regard to this particular issue, when the fans stop buying Redskins merchandise and stop showing up at games, Snyder will change the name. Otherwise, it will take some sort of legal action to cause it and that would be a travesty. IMHO, if people don't like the name, they need to address it with their pocketbooks rather than trample the first amendment.
Please explain to me how it's a violation of the first amendment for anyone other than the government to force the Redskins to change their name.