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By Life on Tobacco Road – In case you haven’t noticed boys and girls, it’s Election Day! Today we exercise our patriotic right and cast our vote to determine the leaders of our country, our state, our city, and, in some cases, our local animal control department. [i] But you already know all of that. So instead of talking about which candidate can do more for the economy or fix foreign relations with Azbukistan [ii], let’s make fun of them instead. And since this is a sports blog, and I’m a sports fan, let’s use sports as our avenue for humor.
So without further ado, I present to you the first [iii] ever DukeHoopBlog guide to the election, where we take the candidates you couldn’t pick out of a lineup and give them a relevant sports equivalent. It’s our way of giving back to you, the reader. And it’s fun.
Mitt Romney – Candidate for President of the United States
Did you know that Mitt Romney has been running for President since 2007? No really, it’s true. And,
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Rumor has it that Tim Tebow is voting for Barack Obama for a second term. Our source out of Jacksonville where Tebow has been spending his bye week says ” Tim has been going back and fourth with his own team trying to figure out wether to go public with this announcement. Personally I don’t care who Tebow votes for, but would def like to...
Barack Obama has won re-election. So I get to say for another four years that the President of the United States of America follows me on Twitter. Here’s another Obama related factoid:
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BREAKING: President @BarackObama‘s “4 more years” tweet is now the most retweeted tweet (318K) in Twitter’s history – http://cnb.cx/TJHObi
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Barack Obama won four more years in office as the President of the United States. From Brother President to our favorite athletes, there's proof we've all got work to do. The post All Hail Barack Obama: The Two-Time, Two-Time Defending President Of The United States Of America appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
If CNN says it’s so, it’s so.
Election Day Ignites NHL Talks! On the day that the United States of America will exercise its fundamental right to elect either Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, the NHL and the NHLPA have reconvened at the bargaining table in hopes of ending the 2012 NHL lockout . Call it nostalgia in the democratic process that [...]
The 2012 Election is upon us, and it’s time to make your vote count America. While most people will be voting for the next President of the United States between Mitt Romney and current President Barack Obama, I would like to open up some new polls for people to vote on. Imagine if your voice, the NFL fans voice mattered to coaches, Owners and General Managers of all 32 teams....
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Every week the tortured fans here at Cleveland Sports Torture make ill advised picks of the Browns, Buckeyes, Cavaliers, or Indians. But today I thought I'd do something different. Like make ill-informed predictions for the election. What's that, you say? I guess you probably have missed the election advertising for the past million few...
On Monday night, both President Barack Obama and his challenger, Republican candidate Mitt Romney, appeared on Monday Night Football to talk sports.
Romney took credit for the Patriots winning two Super Bowls and the Red Sox winning a World Series while he was the governor of Massachusetts, while Obama noted that athletes and politicians often have to deal with similar challenges...
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been riding his record as Massachusetts governor in his White House bid this year. He took that tactic one step further Monday night, as he and President Barack Obama chimed in on Monday Night Football to talk up their sports allegiances.
Romney said that, while he may have grown up a Detroit sports fan, his decades as a Massachusetts...
It is election day in the United States, and athletes as well as everyone else are chatting up a storm about politics. President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney spoke with Chris Berman before the Presidential election and now we have video. As if it wasn’t a surprise, President Obama feels like the Chicago Bears will be winning the Super Bowl this year.
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- Jim Ross commented on tonight’s RAW from Birmingham, England.
“Tonight’s #RAW feels loaded. Feels big. Lots of anticipation on my end. Broadcasting #WWE never gets old. Still loving what I do. #sauceit”
- The campaign for Connecticut Republican Senate candidate Linda McMahon has been distributing door hangers that seemingly support President Barack Obama according to TalkingPointsMemo...
Free agent pitcher Todd Coffey deleted his Twitter account because Barack Obama won the election last night.
Bye Todd!! RT @toddcoffey60: I'm out I'll be back on twitter in 4 years if we can...
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Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo have got the President’s back … way back.
The two soccer stars publicly backed Barack Obama in the 2012 U.S. presidential election, according to CNN.
The incumbent Obama faces a stiff challenge from Mitt Romney as he seeks to retain the highest office in the land for four more years.
Rooney, a citizen of the U.K., was the first to pledge...
Jon: WELCOME TO GRUDEN TALK THE TALK SHOW THAT DISCUSSES THE ISSUES OF THE DAY. AS YOU KNOW, WE GOT AN ELECTION TODAY, ISN’T THAT RIGHT BANDLEADER HERM EDWARDS?
Herm: ELECTION DAY. YOU VOTE, AND THEY COUNT THE VOTES. WHOEVER HAD THE MOST VOTES WINS.
Jon: RIGHT YOU ARE, FRIEND. NOW AS YOU KNOW THERE ARE A LOT OF POLLS OUT THERE. GALLUP. PPP. THE COACHES POLL. I’M PRETTY...