Considering the News…
I’m now convinced Florida Gators football superstar, American legend, and Christian goodfella, Tim Tebow, will be President a day not too far from today. No doubts. No reservations about that one.
The guy exudes confidence. Spouts leadership. Is to charisma what Amy Winehouse is to crackheads – the definition.
Now some will say, hey, what about him being born in the Philippines? No way he can be President. Just not constitutional. Can’t happen.
Well, such minutiae, no matter how damning, is never impugn to the smearing and twisting of a genuine spin doctor – at least not one worth his or her weight in venom and wax. Was Barack Obama born within domestic borders? Kenya? Malaysia? Hawaii? Ah, who cares, the guy weaves rhetorical gold at the podium. The same will hold true for Florida’s chosen son, the natural hybrid of Abe Lincoln and Johnny Unitas.
Then some will say, hey, the guy’s like 21 years old. That’s way too young to be President.
Yes, such restrictions can hinder progress at times. But what about the Chinese Olympic Gymnastics team? Talent can make 12 the new 16 with few hardships when the right people rework the script. Thus I’m confident Tebow can smile and fist-pump his way to 40 in no time. Little effort required, to say the least.
Then some might say, hey, can he even win any southern state other than Florida after pummeling their football teams every year for seemingly an entire decade?
Football is next to religion down south, and Tebow’s dominance makes him somewhat of a demagogue in the region. Touchdowns are the new doctrine, you see. He’ll sweep every state by at least 95-5, with the other 5 percent going to Mike Huckabee and Jeb Bush.
So there you have it, Tim Tebow is destined to become President. No force, formidable as it may be, is going to impede his mystical ascension to the pinnacle of national prominence. Not even a few minor rules and technicalities can stop him. Maybe not even Jesus.
Ok, probably Jesus. But nothing else.
Either way, I can’t imagine voting for him. Can’t stand the Gators.