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Sunday, October 11, 2009

Obama pitching for BoSox?

It's do or die for the BoSox today in Boston, and Howie Carr, whom I enjoy listening to when I am in Boston, has an idea who could pitch for the Sox (Hat Tip: Jules Crittenden).
Either the Red Sox [team stats] win this afternoon at Fenway or they go home for the winter. There’s only one man who can absolutely guarantee this must-win game.

Now pitching for the Red Sox: Barack Hussein Nobel Obama, the southpaw who wants to get both of his paws on your wallet.

So what if he’s 48 and has never played the game? He’ll get the “W” - that’s the lesson of this Nobel Peace Prize nonsense. He can throw the ball in the dirt in front of home plate - strike one! He can toss it over the catcher’s head - strike two! He can roll it to the plate like he’s back in that Pennsylvania bowling alley - Yer out!

It’ll be a perfect perfect game: 81 pitches, 81 strikes, at least if the home-plate umpire knows what’s good for him, if he doesn’t want to be called a . . . well, you know what Barack’s Kool-Aid-swilling cheerleaders call anybody who dares say the emperor has no clothes.
At this writing, it's 5-2 Sox in the top of the 8th, but the Angels are threatening. The picture at the top is the celebration from last year's ALDS win.

Go Sox!


At 10:40 PM, Blogger Stephanie Wells said...

How about them Angels?! (Sorry, Carl; I'm a California girl.)

At 5:30 AM, Blogger Joe said...

Hey Carl,

Sorry about the heartbreaking loss. I hate the Angels as much as you do (since the 2002 world series).

But at least your Sox have won several recently!


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