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I don’t mean to imply that we couldn’t watch any sports last night. For instance, I watched the Orlando Magic at the Chicago Bulls last night. But since Barack Obama had to be such a winner and whatever last night, the Bulls had to ruin that game for me, too. I mean, Joakim Noah was knocking down jumpers and Carlos Boozer looked like he had an actual pulse.My point is that everyone was all fired up about the election last night, even though the only candidate who mattered was Kate Upton’s uncle. Oh well, at least we have some college football and NBA action tonight. And volleyball, I won’t ever exclude volleyball.NCAA Football: Bowling Green at Ohio – 8 PM ET on ESPN 2Hooray, it’s MAC football! What are you all doing for your weekly MAC party? I have the Queen and Pope coming over, and the president of Mexico made his famous nacho dip platter, and George Clooney and Brad Pitt are going to provide play-by-play while we watch the game on mute. Hooray, MAC football! It’s the best!*This...
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This isn’t the first time that Paulina Gretzky was spotted partying with a Barack Obama puppet. However, this time around it is far more entertaining. All you conservative nuts can calm down and relish in the fact that Paulina is on your side after the liberal false alarm back in September. Kudos to the Toronto Sun for pulling this picture from Paulina’s Instagram profile before...
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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Last night, a small group of Ole Miss students decided to protest the re-election of Barack Obama as President of the United States, presumably because they are college students and have nothing but free time. Eventually, the crowd got bigger and bigger, as more bored students wanted to see what was going on, and people started yelling at one another in the way only politics makes...
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....
Barack Obama and Michael Jordan may have more in common than just Chicago, according to Scottie Pippen.
On Tuesday we reported that Obama spent part of his day eschewing the stress of election day by playing some basketball with Pippen in a pick-up game. By the end of the night, of course, stress wasn't part of the equation, as Obama won re-election handily (in the electoral...
November 6, 2012
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...
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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Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen, Randy Brown, and Jeff Sanders joined President Barack Obama in Chicago for a game of basketball as millions of Americans cast their vote. “He’s not an overly aggressive player, but he takes what the defense gives him,” said Pippen of Obama. “He’s got a smooth game. He probably used to be a little more...
With Barack Obama winning on Tuesday night over Mitt Romney for a second term at Presidency, a lot of Republicans were obviously not happy and many voiced their opinions on Twitter.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Lavoy Allen and actor Stacey Dash were one of those people. Both decided to back up Romney on Twitter and had their opinions after the announcement was made that Obama...
Jeff Kent is just a normal guy — like the typical Major League Baseball ticket buyer, really. At least that’s what he’s insisted.
Millions of dollars, All-Star profile and fights with Barry Bonds aside, Kent recently participated on the newest edition of Survivor, which was always an interesting choice considering his known ornery personality from his playing days. Apparently...
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...
"My opinion about the Ohio Buckeys remains the same." /airwank
Today calls for a celebration, boys (and one occasional girl). No...not because I'm completely awesome or because Lori died giving birth to a living, breathing sin. Well, those things SHOULD be celebrated, but not today, **** faces. Today we celebrate because after today...