The Underdog wins

Giants Win.  One of the the Biggest Upsets in Superbowl history.

Now, it’s time for the other Underdog.  The Giants beat the team from Massachusetts.  Now, Mike will beat the Governor from Massachusetts (and hopefully the Senator from Arizona).

The football light went on in my head when I was 10 years old.  For 30 years I’ve rooted for the New Orleans Saints.  I watched Archie Manning year after year, struggle with a no talent team.  He is probably the best QB to ever play and never have a winning season.  And he was a class act.  Still revered in New Orleans.

Now two of his sons have won the Superbowl – back to back no less.  What a great day.


2 Responses to The Underdog wins

  1. McCain, Huckabee Worst Picks for Evangelicals

    MEDIA ADVISORY, Feb. 4 /Christian Newswire/ — The Reverend Rob Schenck (pronounced SHANK), in his capacity as a private citizen, today released this statement regarding tomorrow’s primary votes:

    “I have spent the last 33 years as an active evangelical Christian. I am an ordained evangelical minister. I graduated from an evangelical Bible college and an evangelical seminary. I serve on the board of America’s oldest association of evangelical church leaders, and I head one of the most active evangelical ministries in Washington, DC.

    “I have thought long and hard about the upcoming elections. I have prayed earnestly about them, and I have met many of the candidates and their top campaign people and I have studied their platforms and policy proposals.

    “After careful and prayerful consideration, I have concluded that an evangelical vote for Mike Huckabee is a vote for John McCain, and a vote for John McCain will be a disaster for this country.

    “Let me explain. It’s clear to me and many others that Mike Huckabee is not broadening his appeal enough to win the primary. Therefore, his only contribution is to siphon off votes, giving McCain a clear path to victory. It’s very possible Huckabee is being positioned to be John McCain’s pick for vice president. In order to win, McCain needs Mike Huckabee and the evangelical votes he brings with him. The specter of a McCain-Huckabee ticket is bad for evangelicals.

    “McCain is proud of his signature accomplishment, the McCain-Feingold law co-authored with liberal Democrat senator Russ Feingold. McCain-Feingold severely limits the First Amendment rights of evangelicals. McCain will use this law as the litmus test for his Supreme Court nominees. If a judge is likely to be against McCain’s unconstitutional law, McCain will not nominate him. Make no mistake about it, constitutional originalist judges will be against McCain-Feingold. These same judges will also be pro-life, for traditional marriage and for the public acknowledgment of God.

    “Only liberal judges will support McCain-Feingold. They will also be pro-abortion, anti-traditional marriage and against the public acknowledgement of God. So, with a McCain-Huckabee administration, or with a McCain-anyone administration, we get the wrong judges. Most distressing, we get the wrong justices on the U.S. Supreme Court.”Evangelicals must consider both the stakes and the realities in this election. Mike Huckabee’s continuation only helps John McCain. The consequences are just too great to take this risk. A McCain victory will hurt this country because of the long-term damage of the wrong judges and justices. Worse, McCain’s court legacy will continue to hurt our children and our grandchildren, perhaps even our great grandchildren.

    “Evangelicals must choose wisely from among candidates other than Mike Huckabee and John McCain as they vote tomorrow, February 5.

    “For identification purposes only, the Reverend Rob Schenck (pronounced SHANK) is president of Faith and Action in the Nation’s Capital, chairman of the Committee on Church and Society for the Evangelical Church Alliance and co-founder of the annual National Memorial for the Pre-born and their Mothers and Fathers, the only pro-life worship service held inside the U.S. Capitol complex in Washington, DC.

    It’s time to Rally to Romney so we can block McCain!

  2. fortyfour says:

    And yet another comment that only tears down. Do you not have specific reasons that I should vote for Mitt Romney? Fund raising? Mike Huckabee has been outspent by Mitt Romney 15:1. Yet they are position delegate wise.

    The tax base while Mitt was in office rose from 30% to 34%. The Mass Mandatory insurance program is a bust – scrambling for funding. Despite his current public position, he has been pro-abortion his entire career.

    You only give reasons NOT to vote for McCain. But, why should I vote for Romney?

    I grew up in Louisiana. One of the elections, we were offered vote for a corrupt governor that raised taxes, overspent the budget, set up special programs for his cronnies. In fact, that governor is still in jail from dealings in his last term as governor. Plenty of reasons not to vote for him and to vote for his opponent.

    But, his opponent was the Grand Wizzard of the KKK – David Duke. So voting against someone is not much of an endorsement.

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