Skip to comments.How the Chicago Cubs Can Give Hope to Tea Party Ignorance | Out With The Bull, In With the Jew
Posted on 05/12/2012 9:23:59 AM PDT by rightjb
I find political meaning in everything, including the annual ritual of the changing of the Chicago Sports fan’s season, where we exchange bitter disappointment of basketball for the bogus hope for the boys of summer. PolitiJim has changed from his Bull hat to Cubs, but perhaps this year it is prophetic for our political hopes as Tea Party conservatives as well. Allow me to explain.
The team that miraculously tied for the best record in the NBA’s shortened seasoned (see PolitiJim cap in title picture) was eliminated by the Philadelphia 76ers last night in a series that ended up 4-2. At the True the Vote National Summit I sat with a fellow patriot from Philly who owes me a plate of crow. I suppose I’ll need to bring my own Bullsauce with which to wash it down.
The Bulls were astounded at losing game 3, especially with a 14 point lead in the 4th quarter of that game. No one said it, but even without Derrick Rose, the meltdown took on supernatural tones. All Star Luo Deng couldn’t grasp it saying:
“It just felt like that everything that wasn’t supposed to happen, happened,” Luol Deng said. “It just felt like that everything that wasn’t supposed to happen, happened.
Tea Partiers have felt the same with Romney rolling toward the Republican Convention, and are fooling themselves that the Mourdock mauling of Lugar is a sign of Tea Party power. We can't be ignorant walking into a fight just because we THINK we have enough to battle.
The complete FACTS on where we are as a Tea Party (and a Chicago sports fan) here: Out With The Bull, In With the Jew
(Excerpt) Read more at politijim.com ...
A classic example of when only an excerpt from a blog can be a good thing, eh?
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