Skip to comments.Luke Scott's Obama rant
Posted on 12/08/2010 2:02:19 PM PST by Nachum
Those who deal with Orioles designated hitter Luke Scott on a daily basis know the deal: Scott is one of the nicer, happier guys in baseball.
He is also one of the most outspoken players about things he believes strongly in. That starts with religion and his Christian beliefs. He is also a huge Second Amendment supporter and has gone on national TV on multiple occasions about the right to carry guns.
And he is a big right-wing conservative. Oftentimes hell share his opinions in the clubhouse. He says things matter-of-factly, and those around him have come to accept that that is just Luke.
Well, Luke was being Luke Tuesday at the winter meetings and it was President Barack Obama who ended up in his crosshairs. After talking with a radio station on media row Tuesday about baseball and hunting and other topics, politics and Obama came up.
The host asked Scott whether he thought Obama was born in the United States long a topic of discussion and passion for conservatives. And this is what Scott said: He was not born here.
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He’ll be sent to a reeducation camp.
I know one thing for sure, Obama looked like a sissy in his momma jeans effiminately “tossing” out the first ball.
If you go to the link, its rather funny to read the posts about this story.
They offer such as “anyone can go to Hawaii and buy a copy of obama’s birth certificate”.
Total unknowing idiots.
All records are sealed, only thing that has been shown was a doctored copy of certificate of live birth. It was a forgery.
Just trade him to Texas.
Actually, he’ll probably be traded to Arizona and then boycotted along with the franchise, the State, etc. by the rest of MLB’s “fans”.
Would be wonderful if along with JOHN 3:16
there were signs at ALL televised sportig events with signs that say,
Where’s the birth certificate?
I had to add my 2 cents to the discussion on the Sun’s board. Man, Baltimore is full of gullible fools. I used to live there, so I know. We called them Baltimorons.