IMLTHO*: Responses Worth a Reply, and an Epiphany at Speakers’ Corner
Tebow never said anything to which I objected until now. If someone wants to take a knee and pray in the corner of the game or end zone, fine. If he wants to answer his first press conference question with “I’d like to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,” I can live with it; it seems to be an odd non-sequitur because it is neither germane to the topic broached by the inquisitor nor to the subject at hand: football. But it’s his thing. I didn’t use the quotes about his faith unless it was tied to the topic at hand, which I found to rarely be the case.
This is a fascinating piece by Mason. He responds to the hail of criticism he received the other day when he challenged Tim Tebow's assertion that the United States was founded as "One nation under god."
Mason also notes that not one reader responded with thoughts on his mention of Wesley Duke, the former tight end for the Broncos.
Not even Debbie Sandoval. Of course, Debbie Sandoval has never heard of Wesley Duke, we're quite sure.
What we appreciate most about Mason here is that he loaded up his metaphorical shotgun and went a little Zombieland. Keep up the good work, Mason. We're considering giving you the Zombie Kill of the Week.