What Would Rush Say? (If he hadn’t been kicked out on his fat ass?)
As you all know, Rush Limbaugh resigned (apparently after being ordered to) from ESPN’s pregame show. Now, sadly, we are left to try in vain to make sense of one of the most amazing Monday Night Football games ever — a game that witnessed the biggest four minute comeback of all time — without Rush’s wit and wisdom. But I’ll do my best to fill in for the sage analyst and pill junkie.
Harumph. What I want to focus on is the liberal white media and their corrupting of the overtime part of the game.
For those who didn’t see the game, here’s what happened in overtime. Tampa Bay won the toss and elected to receive, but they ended up punting, and the Colts started out at their own 13 yard line. They drove to the Tampa Bay 22 yard line and then Colts kicker Mike Vanderjagt missed the field goal, his first miss of the season. This was my first hint of what was really going on in this game. Could Vanderjagt have pulled it? Perhaps, but it was Colt’s coach Tony Dungy’s birthday. A questionable (but apparently technically correct) penalty gave Vanderjagt a second try, from 11 yards closer. Here’s where it gets interesting. By all the laws of football and physics, Vanderjagt’s second kick should have missed:
“Vanderjagt made the second kick — barely, as it went off the right upright and through after being deflected at the line by a Tampa Bay player.”
How the kick managed to go in is a mystery, unless you understand the awesome power of the liberal white media. Here’s something you may not know about this game (pictured left is defeated Tampa Bay coach John Gruden; right is victorious Indianapolis coach Tony Dungy):
Yes, it is all so very clear now:
The media has been very desirous that a black
quarterbackcoach do well. There is a little hope invested in McNabbDungy, and he got a lot of credit for the performance of this team that he didn’t deserve. The defensekicker carried this team.”
Sheesh. If the white liberal media keeps this up, soon black families will be able to enjoy dinner together without freaking out conservative white columnists and their families. Well, maybe not that soon.