Tim Tebow defeats North Korea’s Kim Jong Il

Tim Tebow defeats North Korea’s Kim Jong Il.
By Guest Opinion,

This headline had to be written after a weekend of fever high Tebow headlines and with the latest news that the world’s worst dictator Kim Jong Ill of North Korea has died. In regards to Tebow mania, last week you had students being suspended for Tebowing in the hallways, Rick Perry comparing himself to Tebow during the Iowa Presidential Debate and Jockey (Tebow’s sponsor) announcing they would give away $1 Million in underwear if Tebow won the Super Bowl.   Yesterday, you had news outlets like the Drudge Report making his game against the Patriots the #1 headline story.   When Tebow lost to Tom Brady’s New England Patriots, Drudge changed their top headline to “God loves Brady too”.   Tebow fever concluded yesterday with The Oregonian’s John Canzano on KGW Sports Talk giving one of the most spirited defense of an athlete when he spoke about Tebow and his hopes for his future.

You have sports, religion and politics all mixed into one volatile mix. Is it just me, or is Tebow mania heading for a crash?    I would like to get your opinion.



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  • Bob Clark

    I think Tebow is going to be a quarterback in the NFL for the next five to ten years if he wants.  He might not be a starter for much of this time but he is definitely a decent backup.  Cam Newton, quarterback of the Carolina Panthers, is a much more impressive rookie quarterback based on his QB performance.

    • prolixity

      Slam Newton.

  • None

    Tim Tebow, Lars Larson, and Bill O’Reilly would all do well to read Matthew 6.

    • prolixity

      Wholly fairy, None of God!

  • Anonymous

    Who is this Tim Tebow, what did he do, why should I care, what problem did he solve and how will he make the world a better place? Is he and his actions a distraction from real problems needing solutions, or is he one or part of one of the real problems we must contend with or die from?

  • Tom Joad

    Great job drumming up interaction with your blog. The readers are really engaged now. I’m sure Michelle Malkin is signing you up as a contributor as I type this.

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