Saturday, February 4, 2012

Tim tebow politics

  • Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow said he could one day explore politics if its something I care about.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow has become one of the most polarizing figures in all of sports. Perhaps its only fitting, then, to see Tebow's name making an appearance in connection with the even more polarizing world of American politics.
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  • PBS NewsHours Christina Bellantoni and Real Clear Politics Scott Conroy to preview Saturdays Nevada caucuses. Gingrich is like Tim Tebow, Conroy told the roundtable, referring to the Denver Broncos quarterback famous for making last minute comebacks.
  • (CBS News)
  • TIM TEBOW, ON POSSIBLE FUTURE IN POLITICS (to golf commentator Dave Feherty on a "Feherty Live" special from the Super Bowl, airing on the Golf Channel at 10 p.m. tonight): "I don't know — it could be something in my future.
  • (FOX News)
  • Tim Tebow has canceled an appearance at a revival organized by a controversial Ohio preacher, a spokesman for the star athlete said Wednesday.
  • (Denver Post)
  • Does Politics Make A Difference? And in an election year, it seems that politics might split peoples fantasy friend allegiances too. Although Tim Tebow was the most popular overall among respondents, Democrats (30.
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  • The bill is being called the "Tebow" bill around the General Assembly, after Denver Broncos football player Tim Tebow, who was a homeschool student and played football for a Florida public high school.
  • (Free Lance-Star)
  • HAWAII, January 22, 2012 - Tim Tebow isnt the only one praying to God these days.
  • (Washington Times)
  • The endorsement came on the same weekend when Tim Tebow-mania was at its height Despite evidence that politics (and sports) cannot deliver America from its collective sins, evangelicals repeatedly search for an earthly savior.
  • (Alexandria Daily Town Talk)
  • Tim Tebow's Broncos lost monumentally in the NFL playoffs the unity was an attitude that went against the deferential thinking that consumed English politics and religion.
  • (Canada Free Press)

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