Tag:Sarah Palin
Posted on: December 21, 2011 10:46 am
Edited on: December 21, 2011 10:49 am
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Sarah Palin approves of Tim Tebow's message

Sarah Palin is digging what Tim Tebow is preachin'. (Getty Images)
By Will Brinson

We've been sitting here wondering what the Tim Tebow saga's missing. It's not a Saturday Night Live skit -- we've got plenty of those. It's not over-hyping from the media; we've got that. (And, yes, guilty. Whatevs.)

Perhaps it's a lack of opinions from prominent, low-end long-shot Republican Presidential candidates? No, Rick Perry already took care of that. OK, so the Tebow saga isn't missing anything other than some quiet time. But Sarah Palin commented on Tebow recently and gosh darnit, it's just too quotable to leave it alone. Sorry in advance.

"Oh you know I am so pro-Tebow," Palin said on Fox News. "You know, he is unashamed of his savior, Jesus of Nazareth. He knows that Jesus is going to rock your world when you give it all over to him and he's bold about it. And he knows that the son of God should be honored and praised and Tebow does that and I respect it."

First of all, let me just say that, you know, I get a real kick out of transcribing Sarah Palin quotes. Secondly, "Jesus will rock your world" would go well on a stenciled, tie-dyed t-shirt from Wings.

Or, alternately, it could be the celebration/slogan of "Not-Quite-Evil Tebow," the NWA Hulk Hogan version of Tim that will evolve when John Elway turns his back on the quarterback in 2017, only to have Tebow take over for the Los Angeles Jaguars who moved to the AFC West just a year before.

Wait, what are we talking about again?

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Posted on: September 24, 2010 10:48 am
 

Ochocinco, TO on Palin in Playboy v. White House

Posted by Will Brinson

The T.Ocho Show debuts on Versus in October, but you best believe that the folks at the network are gonna be hyping the mess out of it leading up to the premiere.

That hype will probably include talking about zany, outrageous topics. Like, hypothetically, being brought onto Versus' show 'The Daily Line' and asked whether they would rather see Sarah Palin in the White House or in "Playboy." The answer may surprise you: since they pick the White House because the don't think Palin is "Playboy-ish." Good to know they've go their priorities in order.



Via Rick Chandler at Out of Bounds
 
 
 
 
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