Tim Tebow prays so much that his name has become synonymous with praying. His completion record is a miserable 46.5%. It's a testament to the value of prayer in sports. Just imagine how bad Tebow would be if he didn't do all that praying.
While we're on the subject of religion, the Republicans had their daily debate this morning on Meet the Press. For those of you who are feeling a bit of deja vu . . . yes, they did have a debate last night also, less than 12 hours before this morning's debate. Can you say "desperate?"
Rick "frothy mix" Santorum, whose name has become synonymous with something other than praying, was asked about his opinion on Iran getting nuclear weapons. His reasons why Iran could not be trusted with nuclear weapons were:
Reason 1: They are a theocracy.
Say what? "Theocracy" is defined as a form of government in which God is recognized as the supreme civil ruler whose laws as interpreted by the ecliastical authorities should be followed. Isn't that EXACTLY what the two Ricks and their Evangelist supporters have been lobbying for in the U.S, all this time?
Reason 2: Iran's religion teaches that the after-life is better than this life and that they will be rewarded in the after-life.
In other words, Iran should not have nuclear weapons because they believe in God and in heaven, and therefore will be anxious to get there. Sounds just like those "Apocaplypse" folks.
Ron Paul thought what Santorum said was a great reason why nuclear weapons should be taken away from the United States if either of the Ricks become President.
The burning question now is:
Will Tim Tebow's prayers finally be answered allowing him to score some points tonight, or does God hate Denver so much that Tebow's completion percentage may be lower than my average from behind the 3-point arc in basketball? I've communed with Rick Santorum and Rick Perry and I have the answer. You'll get the winning total on the Pitt/Denver NFL game, along with the winning total in the Bowl Game tonight, and two evening side plays in college baskets -- FOUR SELECTIONS IN ALL -- by CLICKING HERE.
After the Pitt/Denver start, there will be another package up with the Bowl game and two evening basket sides.