President Obama’s Son, Not a Football Player

President Obama is in the sports news today for remarking that he would not want his son (if he had one) playing college football. Unfortunately, they put this picture of some grinning flyboys from the Air Force Academy along with the story:

President Obama strikes the Heisman pose after he awarded the Commander-in-Chief Trophy to the Air Force Academy football team at the White House in Washington. “I'm a big football fan, but I have to tell you, if I had a son, I'd have to think long and hard before I let him play football,” President Barack Obama tells The New Republic. In an interview in the magazine’s Feb. 11 issue, Obama says he worries more about college players than he does about those in the NFL.

President Obama strikes the Heisman pose after he awarded the Commander-in-Chief Trophy to the Air Force Academy football team at the White House in Washington. “I’m a big football fan, but I have to tell you, if I had a son, I’d have to think long and hard before I let him play football,” President Barack Obama tells The New Republic. In an interview in the magazine’s Feb. 11 issue, Obama says he worries more about college players than he does about those in the NFL.

C’mon, you had rub it in our face that the Air Force bagged the Commander-in-Chief Trophy last year? Still, the Navy won it with a dominating performance this year. . .

5 thoughts on “President Obama’s Son, Not a Football Player

  1. I know all sports can be a bit dangerous, but I’m glad my son did not play football. It was bad enough to put him on a 1000 lbs. of horse and watch him rope calves.

  2. His comment just showes he’s a pussy. He is also showing the Dems thoughts that we need to be taken care of. He said he wasn’t as worried about pro ball players because they had the players union to look out for them. I guess no one but the government can make the best decisions for us. I wonder how I made it 67 years by making my own decisions. Lucky I guess.

  3. Football players are aware of the injuries. And the danger they pose. And those that take steroids even more so. . .

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