Twenty five years ago, the greatest moment in the history of freedom occurred in the shadow of the Berlin Wall, as Ronald Reagan shouted his immortal words, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”


My how far…
…freedom has fallen.

On an unrelated note, NFL football happened this week. And these are the most Obama-like and most Reagan-like performances in the “All-Truth Team”…

1. THE RONALD REGAN AWARD (For tearing down a wall) —


The Giants have a defensive line that is like a brick wall. It is literally impenetrable… Or at least I’m assuming that it is based on no research and my desire to draw an easy parallel between football and Obama’s feckless leadership.

But regardless, the Seahawks offensive line took the immortal words of Ronald Reagan to heart on Sunday and tore down the wall that stood between them and victory: the Giants’ defensive line.

The result: Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch ran for 140 yards and a career best 4 touchdowns in a 38-17 win, and his team had a franchise record day running the football…

“The 350 total yards rushing by Seattle (6-3) were a franchise record and the most in the NFL since Cleveland had 351 vs. Kansas City in 2009.”


The win kept the Seahawks in the thick of the playoff hunt, but more importantly, it reminded everyone in attendance why Obama is a terrible president.

Could he have done what the Seahawks did? I don’t think so. Not with his weak 160 lb. kale-fed frame. I mean how could we have elected a president who can’t even play offensive lineman. Stupid lemmings…

We need a real president who can move a 300 lb nose tackle off the ball and clear a path for AMERICA to score a TOUCHDOWN.


Chris Christie 2016!!!

2. THE OBAMA AWARD (for poor leadership) —
Winner: Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh Steelers coach

When the Pittsburgh Steelers headed into MetLife Stadium Sunday for a matchup against the 1-8 New York Jets, who are indisputably the NFL’s worst team, they were riding high after back to back six-touchdown performances by quarterback and bathroom-assailant Ben Roethlisberger.

Seems like a pretty easy win, right?


The Steelers were dominated by the Jets, 20-13, in a beat down that resembled Tuesday night’s electoral beat down of the Democratic Party and included a stunningly incompetent performance by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

The Jets, obviously, are horrible and deserve no credit for winning.


But who’s to blame for the Steelers loss? There is only one possibility

“Since Mike Tomlin took over as head coach in 2007, the Steelers have lost nine times to teams that finished 6-10 or worse. The very first of those nine losses came when the 1-8 Jets beat the 7-2 Steelers 19-16 in overtime at the Meadowlands in 2007.

The Steelers’ collection of losses to 6-10 teams (or worse) during the Tomlin era likely will increase to at least 11 this season. The Steelers are just the second team to lose to the Jets (2-8) this season, and they’re the only team to lose to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-8).”

Tomlin! It’s Tomlin’s fault!!!

When things go wrong in the world, whether it’s ISIS, Ebola, or Matthew McConaughey winning an Oscar, the blame falls on the leader of the free world, Barack HUSSEIN Obama.


“All right, all right, all right. Blame it on Obama.” – Matthew McConaughey

And when things go wrong with a football team, you blame the leader of the football team, Mike Tomlin.


Tomlin’s leadership has been truly Obama-esque. He’s taken over a great and storied organization and run it straight into the ground.

But, if you think about it, the Steelers loss also happened in the United States. And, it happened under the Obama administration. So, there’s actually a superior of Tomlin who’s to blame…


You’re off the hook Tomlin… this time.

3. THE CHARLIE CRIST AWARD (for having the dumbest FAN) —
Winner: Jacksonville Jaguars

If you’re not familiar, this award is named after failed Florida gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist, a dumb-o-crat, who caused quite a stir recently by having a fan…

Luckily, this DIRTY TRICK didn’t cost the Republican candidate the election.

But there’s another Florida fan that’s equally as stupid… except it’s an OCEAN away from Florida

“The Union Jax, whose 30,000-plus members in the U.K. have formed a bond with the Jaguars and given the franchise a true home far away from home. More than any other NFL team, the Jaguars — through the work of U.K. sponsorship director Laura Oakes — have cultivated a fan base across the Atlantic like nobody else on foreign soil.”



Come again?
(That’s what she said)


The Jaguars?

Of all the NFL teams that those communists over in England could have picked to support, they chose the Jaguars.

The 1-9, worst record in the NFL, perennially so bad that they won’t even show their games on TV in Jacksonville, Florida, Jaguars.


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