By The Right Scoop


Tim Tebow does it again by landing a strike to Demaryius Thomas who runs it in for the touchdown on the first play of overtime. If you missed it, here is the full overtime that includes a quick game summary:

And here’s Tim Tebow Tebowing after they won:

And lastly here’s the CBS Sports crew Tebowing as the end their show:

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UPDATE: According to Drudge, it turns out that Tebow threw for 3:16 yards. Ha!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

    Tebow OVERTIME!

    A little disappointed I kind of wanted see how the new overtime rules would play out. This was the best game of the Wildcard playoffs

    • Anonymous

      Tebow and overtime have become synonymous, we can also throw in the word “win”.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=669365691 Corey Shively

    as a steeler fan it broke my heart… But he is such a good guy and does so much good for the community.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MJGP4QXZ5PRW2MFA5E25CV2WNU rosalie

      I was somewhat torn because I’m a steeler fan too, but I wanted Tebow to win because he’s such a nice guy – and nice guys are at a premium in professional sports.

      • Anonymous

        …at a premium everywhere these days!!

  • Anonymous

    As much as I love pro football I have had my fill of Tim Tebow. He played very well today but so did many others on the Broncos. I hope the Patriots lay the wood on the Broncos next week and stomp them. This guy has been completely manufactured by the drive by media which it looks as though TRS is now part of.

    • Anonymous

      Would you rather have a role model that inspires an act called Tebowing, or one that inspires an act called a Monica Lewinsky? I love Tim Tebow for the role model that America’s youth needs.

      • Anonymous

        There is no sports figure I would look at as a role model. Not Tebow. Not any of them. I am sick of him.

        • Anonymous

          Gee how about Micheal Vick

          • Anonymous

            Vick has turned his life around. He is also a Christian.

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

              I didn’t know that!

              • Anonymous

                Tony Dungy, who is an outspoken Christian, was Vick’s mentor when he was trying to get his life back together.

                • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                  I love Coach Dungy! If he has anything to do with mentoring Vick, Vick can’t ask for a better figure to help! :-D

            • Katherine Winter

              So he says. Let’s watch his actions.

              • Anonymous

                As an Eagles fan I have been watching his actions and so far I see nothing that would tell me he is not a Christian.

                • Anonymous

                  Cool!!

            • Anonymous

              Vick paid his dues to society and should be commended for that. He is not as good a qb the media has made him out to be though.

              • bobemakk

                We shall see.

                • Anonymous

                  Vick will get killed if he keeps running. Had many injuries this year. You can get away with that in college. Pro level is another story.

                  ________________________________
                  From: Disqus
                  To: hike110@yahoo.com
                  Sent: Monday, January 9, 2012 8:55 AM
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                  bobemakk wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
                  We shall see.
                  Link to comment

                • Anonymous

                  I agree he should be doing a better job in the pocket, but I disagree he should stop running. His mobility is part of his “style”. As he gets older I would agree he should do a better job in the pocket. One of the best additions the Eagles gt this year is not a “player” but a coach; Offensive Line coach Howard Mudd. I expect greater things in our OL next year with Mudd as the OL coach.

              • Anonymous

                He had some injuries this year that affected his numbers, but even so his numbers were decent. I’m looking forward to how Vick does next year the second year of a multi year contract with the Eagles. Also with all the new players this year on the Eagles it was kind of a rebuilding year. Another factor that mnay have affected Vick’s numbers was the fact his center was in his first year. McCoy is in his prime and has become a premiere back in the NFL. there are other elements that I could touch on but won’t for lack of time and space. Yes, next year should be a good year for the Eagles!

                • Anonymous

                  Do you really think Vick is that good and an elite QB? The NFL is a no excuses league.

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                  From: Disqus
                  To: hike110@yahoo.com
                  Sent: Monday, January 9, 2012 11:20 AM
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                  Conservative_Hippie wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
                  He had some injuries this year that affected his numbers, but even so his numbers were decent. I’m looking forward to how Vick does next year the second year of a multi year contract with the Eagles. Also with all the new players this year on the Eagles it was kind of a rebuilding year. Another factor that mnay have affected Vick’s numbers was the fact his center was in his first year. McCoy is in his prime and has become a premiere back in the NFL. there are other elements that I could touch on but won’t for lack of time and space. Yes, next year should be a good year for the Eagles! Link to comment

                • Anonymous

                  I do, but I can understand your reservation. Just hang on, next year will set the record staright.

                • Anonymous

                  I sincerely doubt, I mean I know Vick will never be an elite qb.

                  ________________________________
                  From: Disqus
                  To: hike110@yahoo.com
                  Sent: Monday, January 9, 2012 3:46 PM
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                  Conservative_Hippie wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
                  I do, but I can understand your reservation. Just hang on, next year will set the record staright. Link to comment

            • bobemakk

              Everyone says that they turned their life around after a brush with the law, even some of the criminals like those who shot the Pope and John Lennon. It’s BS, most of them brush with the law again. I hope I am wrong about Vick, but it is a common phenomenon.

              • Anonymous

                Vicks own words, “I’m upset with myself and, you know, through this situation I found Jesus and asked him for forgiveness and turned my life over to God.”

              • Anonymous

                Wait till it happens to you and then see if it’s BS. Having repeat trouble with the law or not is not what it is all about.

            • Anonymous

              Do you really believe that? Sorry, I’m not buying it. It takes a very sick mind to do what Vick did.

              He should still be in jail and made to clean out cages at the local dog pound.

              Just my opinion.

              • Anonymous

                I don’t know Debby, maybe I’m too forgiving. But you point is noted.

            • Anonymous

              Say what?

          • Anonymous

            Yea, now that is a real role model lol.

        • Anonymous

          is it really YahShua/Jesus you are sick of jimbo?

          • Anonymous

            Absolutely not. I could care less about his religion. Doesn’t bother me in the least.

            • Anonymous

              oh, so you don’t mind T T talking about Jesus in public then?

              you don’t mind Jesus being mentioned … you in fact admire Jesus? …am I misunderstanding you here jimbo?

              • Anonymous

                Yes that’s correct. I’ll say it one last time: I could care less about his religion.

                • Anonymous

                  do you mean you couldn’t care less?

                  or perhaps you have said the opposite to what you mean’t to say because …. because …. your inner feelings are being exposed, despite your efforts to hide them?

                  This is confusing ….

                • Anonymous

                  You read what I said. Decipher any wat you want. I could care less.

                • Anonymous

                  hmmm ….. looks like we have a failure to communicate Captain *__*

                • Anonymous

                  Palins are back to endorsing RINOS… I guess you will try to spin this into a smart move. They are traitors to the Teaparty, traitors to social conservatives… You have been deserted

                  http://whopsucker.com/?p=1630

                • Anonymous

                  I have a differnt POV than you entirely BC

                  I see a big game of political chess going on

            • bobemakk

              If you don’t care about his religion, then don’t post negative opinions about a true role model for young people if religion doesn’t bother you. People like you should just ignore this stuff, because it is upsetting to others.

              • Anonymous

                I will post whatever the heck I feel like. If you do not like what I post don’t read or reply to it.

                ________________________________
                From: Disqus
                To: hike110@yahoo.com
                Sent: Monday, January 9, 2012 8:56 AM
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                bobemakk wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
                If you don’t care about his religion, then don’t post negative opinions about a true role model for young people if religion doesn’t bother you. People like you should just ignore this stuff, because it is upsetting to others. Link to comment

        • bobemakk

          aZimbo, you must be an atheist or a guy like Bill Maher who hates everyone, even a role model for young people like Tebow.

          • Anonymous

            You must be an idiot for saying assinine things of which you know nothing about.

            ________________________________
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            To: hike110@yahoo.com
            Sent: Monday, January 9, 2012 8:53 AM
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            bobemakk wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
            aZimbo, you must be an atheist or a guy like Bill Maher who hates everyone, even a role model for young people like Tebow. Link to comment

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MJGP4QXZ5PRW2MFA5E25CV2WNU rosalie

          Maybe you don’t but a lot of kids do and are influenced by them.

          • Anonymous

            I do agree with your statement.

      • bobemakk

        Susanna958, you took the words right out of my mouth, see my post above.

    • K-Bob

      I think he’s been “manufactured” by his Mom. I also think the TRS readers are mature enough to make up their own minds about the man.

      • Anonymous

        TRS has just followed in the drive-bys footsteps.

        • K-Bob

          That’s pure nonsense. If you don’t like it here, find another site.

        • Jeffrey Hardin

          Cheer up brother, are you telling us, that you can find nothing positive here? I personally quit watching football and baseball, my favorite, 20 years ago because of the cheating and records broken by deceitful players using steroids. This, regardless of your dislike for Tebow, is his bringing back the wholesomeness that use to be a part our sports teams, men who held respect for their sport, team mates, themselves, and most importantly, their fans, to whom they owe a big Thank You, for their big paychecks…I watch my Olympics, boat and car racing as it’s pretty hard to cheat in those sports, and I do have some hope that others will follow Tebow’s path…They don’t have to wear his Christianity on their sleeves, but they do have to change the path that their over payed underrated players are heading…In short, I like what he’s bringing into this sport, it sure beats hearing of them raping, doping, steroid using, beating on their wives, and fighting dogs, I think you too, can find some pleasure in that aye? Sure you can :)

          • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

            Well said! :-)

          • Anonymous

            I don’t dislike Tebow in any way. Matter of fact I love the heart of the kid and how hard he plays. I could give a rats ass about his religion. But as an NFL qb there are so many players that deserve real accolades. The media has made this gut into something that he is not.

            • bobemakk

              THE WORD IS “ROLE MODEL”!

              • Anonymous

                No role model of mine. If you have him as a role model enjoy.

                ________________________________
                From: Disqus
                To: hike110@yahoo.com
                Sent: Monday, January 9, 2012 8:58 AM
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                bobemakk wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
                THE WORD IS “ROLE MODEL”!
                Link to comment

    • Garym

      If by “manufacturing” you mean, the sports media trashed him up and down the dial with christians and good people in general defending him and his game, then you would be right. Otherwise a slim minority in the sports media enjoy what this kid brings to the game and are vocal about it. Hardly manufactured by the media.

      • Anonymous

        And just what has he brought to the game compared to other qb’s like Brady, Brees, Rodgers, Manning etc?

        • Anonymous

          Seriously? You think Brady, Brees, Manning(s) didn’t get their share of airtime? Where were you? Under a rock?

          • Anonymous

            Don’t like what I said? Too bad.

        • Anonymous

          Not a lot yet, but he’s young. The kid’s obviously got some talent. Tebow’s now got a playoff win under his belt – who knows if one day he won’t be considered the same caliber of player as Brees, Manning etc.? Guys like Aaron Rodgers used to be benchwarmers too, until they finally got their shot.

          Hate to go into Limbaugh mode, but when Donovan McNabb had accomplished about as much as Tim Tebow at that point in his career, the sports media was proclaiming him the second coming. They weren’t questioning his ability at every turn, or wondering if he was just some kind of fluke.

          To a certain extent, like all media, the sports media builds guys up and tears them down. Yeah, it’s sickening when they talk about one player so much, but it doesn’t last. It’s just Tebow’s moment right now – if he doesn’t live up to his potential the media will write him off ASAP, and if he does, then winning will just be expected of him and the spotlight won’t be quite so hot.

          • Anonymous

            Rodgers is a different case. When he came in the league he was afforded time on the bench to learn under Favre. With these big contracts no so the case any more. As far as McNabb he was not proclaimed so great early in his career. Either way espn made McNabb to be so great andf Rush was exactly correct in what he said. A few years ago the media gave Matt Ryan the nickname “Matty Ice” because he was so “cool” under pressure. Just how did that work out yesterday for Ryan? He is 0-3 in playoff games and played flat out lousy.

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            From: Disqus
            To: hike110@yahoo.com
            Sent: Monday, January 9, 2012 2:53 AM
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            halfmadjesus wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
            Not a lot yet, but he’s young. The kid’s obviously got some talent. Tebow’s now got a playoff win under his belt – who knows if one day he won’t be considered the same caliber of player as Brees, Manning etc.? Guys like Aaron Rodgers used to be benchwarmers too, until they finally got their shot.
            Hate to go into Limbaugh mode, but when Donovan McNabb had accomplished about as much as Tim Tebow at that point in his career, the sports media was proclaiming him the second coming. They weren’t questioning his ability at every turn, or wondering if he was just some kind of fluke.
            To a certain extent, like all media, the sports media builds guys up and tears them down. Yeah, it’s sickening when they talk about one player so much, but it doesn’t last. It’s just Tebow’s moment right now – if he he doesn’t live up to his potential the media will write him off ASAP, and he does, then winning will just be expected of him and the spotlight won’t be quite so hot. Link to comment

    • Anonymous

      I have been following Tebow since he watched from the bench at the Swamp. Eveyone doubted him then especially the media, just as they did in the pros..

      I can tell you he is just getting started. Just getting started!

      • Anonymous

        I disagree. Give him credit so far but I do not see him lasting as a NFL qb. Time will prove me correct.

    • Anonymous

      Manufactured by the media, seriously. His abilities were constantly in question before he took the reigns of a loosing bronchos team. Now their in the playoffs. How exactly did the drive by’s win those games. He fit’s well with that team. Now where did I put my cheese head.

      • Anonymous

        A career ia not based on partial seasons or one season. Talk to me in 5 years or so and we’ll see where he is.

    • blackbird

      “completely manufactured”

      First 10 Nfl Starts:
      Marino 8-2
      Tebow 7-3
      Brady 7-3
      Favre 6-4
      Elway 4-6
      Montana 3-7
      Young 2-8
      Manning 2-8
      Aikman 0-10

      Humble beginnings: Tebow’s initiation stacks up favorably http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d824e30f2/article/humble-beginnings-tebows-initiation-stacks-up-favorably

      Tim Tebow Stats: http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/13200/tim-tebow

      • Anonymous

        If you are trying to compare Tebow to those qb’s after what they have done for their entire careers then I can’t help you at all.

        • K-Bob

          He provided the info. Looks like he doesn’t need any “help.” You might want to look up “starts”.

          • Anonymous

            I know exactly what you meant. A career is not based on one year imo.

            • K-Bob

              Obvious. Also not relevant.

      • Anonymous

        Please give my Tebows stats after his career compared to those same qb’s.

    • blackbird

      “completely manufactured”

      From technopeasant over at http://conservatives4palin.com/2012/01/open-thread-178.html#comment-405947875

      Tebow’s 80 yard pass in overtime was the longest TD pass ever thrown in the playoff to win a game in overtime.

      Tim Tebow threw for 316 yards against the #1 rated Steelers defense which was more than any team did in the regular season.and the Broncos total offense of 447 yards was the highest amount the Steelers yielded all season.

      • Anonymous

        Yes and he deserves all the credit for yesterday? Had nothing to do with his teammates right?

        • Anonymous

          Tebow said his teammates made him look better then he was. Can’t say it better then that.

          • Anonymous

            Not my point. Just whyat are the drive bys saying? Tebow, Tebow, Tebow.

            ________________________________
            From: Disqus
            To: hike110@yahoo.com
            Sent: Monday, January 9, 2012 4:34 AM
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            TexS4Palin wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
            Tebow said his teammates made his look better then he was. Can’t say it better then that. Link to comment

            • Anonymous

              Have you noticed the drive by’s saying; Obama, Obama, Obama, or Romney, Romney, Romney? We certainly aren’t apologists for the media around here. The media does it to focus attention on Tebow and bring out emotion.

              • Anonymous

                That’s why I pay no attention to what they say.

                • Anonymous

                  You brought it up. You said that Tebow was manufactured by the media. That’s just not true, Tebow has a God given talent for the game, he’s showing it this early in his career. He may lose his abilities or he might go on to be one of the greatest players of the games.

                  But that’s not the issue. Tebow’s Christianity is at the forefront, and I think it makes people uncomfortable that his wins might actually be God inspired. Awesome to Christians, scary to those who don’t want to believe in Jesus.

                  But either way, the issue is the media’s ability to stoke the fires of hatred even among friends. I think you and I both know that the media is not going to allow a popular Christian to pray without controversy. They could turn the cameras the other way when they know Tebow is about is about to go down to his knees to praise his Savior, but they want the shots. They want Bill Maher cursing him and stirring up anti-Christian rhetoric. They want the Rabbi writing an opinion about Christians burning down mosques (in reference to Virus’ link).

                  It is unfair though that people who comment and have opinions are blamed for what the media has created with evil intentions. It is the same media who tell us that Obama is the smartest president evah. That tells us even the crease in his trousers is presidential. That when the son of their favorite royal family dumps a chick in the creek to die tells us there’s nothing to see here folks. The same media who holds back on news stories that are less than complimentary to democrats but embellish stories about a conservative doing something as silly as misspelling potato(e).

                  Tebow’s got class, I hope he continues to be blessed because I know he’s going to continue to be hated.

    • Anonymous

      Yes, the media has done what it does & latched on to the story of the moment. But, Tim Tebow is here to stay, even if not as an NFL QB. He’ll always be doing what he’s doing now: giving his best in all he does & giving the glory to God.

    • Anonymous

      Then explain to me how his averages just happen to be 3.16 twice at least!! top that. I trust you know the relevance of that, as John 3:16 is what Tim has advertised everywhere, how Christ died for us, even you.

      • Anonymous

        I guess you missed last nights game where the real talents of tebow shined brightly. Hey the kid is a good guy. He just is NOT an NFL qb. Get over it.

        ________________________________
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        MLCBLOG wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
        Then explain to me how his averages just happen to be 3.16 twice at least!! top that. I trust you know the relevance of that, as John 3:16 is what Tim has advertised everywhere, how Christ died for us, even you. Link to comment

  • Anonymous

    This is why the play the game!

    Very exciting….and I’m from Western PA.

    Great to see a shining example of a human being having fun and success while knowing what’s truly important in life.

  • Anonymous

    I fail to understand why this guy can’t keep his prayers to himself. I’m not knocking his faith, but to a lot of people he comes across as a poser.

    • http://www.therightscoop.com/ The Right Scoop

      You mean why doesn’t he go pray in his closet?

      It wouldn’t be a big deal if the media didn’t make a big deal of it. I’m excited to see it for a change myself.

      Or would you rather him shooting his foot in a bar?

      • http://twitter.com/Rushlimbang Brian Skinner

        I am one who thinks he should pray in his closet or at least in private.

        • http://www.therightscoop.com/ The Right Scoop

          So no one should pray in public?

          • Jack Cuyler

            That’s pretty much what Jesus said: “And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by men. I tell you the truth, they have received their reward in full. But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father…”

        • Anonymous

          Why don’t you keep your posts in the closet?

          BS
          Don’t Tread On Me

        • Anonymous

          Everyday, you shut your eyes to people praying in the airports, or just anywhere. If he had a mat in a park, with his leg crossed, you would not be this pissed. If he had a shrine by a tree and knelt and bowed to it, you would have no problem. If he had all black, wit tatoos and huge nose and ear piercings and wore a shirt that says ‘Lucifer is my god’, you would have no problem with it.
          Go figure bro, check whats up.

          • Jeffrey Hardin

            kessi7,
            when have you heard in the past, say, 2000 years, of Christians killing people in masses? Yes, I am totally Islamophobic, as it is their duty to kill me, their cult teaches them from birth to do so, and you too brother :) And please, don’t say Crusades, it won’t bode you well to do so, and that’s coming from a racist Islamophobic Southerner?

            • http://twitter.com/Rushlimbang Brian Skinner

              Not every muslim is a terrorist and god hears their prayers just like anyone else. They are gods children and it is bigotry to paint every single one of them with a broad brush. Constanine killed thousands and so did the spanish christians when they came to the new world.

              • Jeffrey Hardin

                No Brian, your wrong, they all learn from the same qur’an, that teaches them to terrorize others, and that’s a clear cut fact…They are also taught to deceive the infidels so as not to give away their true intent to kill in the name of a piece of space rock, another clear cut fact. Christianity does not! As long as they learn from their qur’an Brian, they are dangerous period…

              • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                One is not a child of God unless one is a part of the family of God. Islam’s god is not God almighty, our Father in heaven, the Alpha and the Omega, Holy Creator. Theirs is allah the Arabian moon god. Lord God does not hear prayers made to false idols.

              • Anonymous

                Brian you have been reading white washed history.

                Christians did defend themselves from islam, they did not attack it. Just the first Armenian genocide by the muslims, brutally murdered 1000 times more Christians than did Constantine, the Crusaders, Knights of Templar kill muslims in self defense, combined.

                And the Armenia genocides are just a footnote for the mulsim barbarians.

                Millions of Christians have died at the hands of islamic murder and genocide. Hundreds of millions more have been enslaved, tortured, maimed and raped.

                It goes on today and is still whitewashed.

                • http://twitter.com/Rushlimbang Brian Skinner

                  What about the Serbs who tried to enact genocide? They were christians and they raped 20,000 women there in the 1990’s.

                • Jeffrey Hardin

                  Again you speak of only half of history, and failed to mention, that years prior to Serbia’s attack on the Bosnian’s, it was the Bosnian’s who killed in mass the Serbs, they were at war Brian…Who came to the aid of Christians when the Serbs were killing Christians? NO ONE! Clinton had no business in this war. It was a wag the dog moment for Clinton….

                • Anonymous

                  Thanks for mentioning the Armenians.

              • Jeffrey Hardin

                Brian,
                God may hear their prayers, but he doesn’t acknowledge them, Why? Because they aren’t praying to him, they are praying to a space rock that sets upon a pedestal in Mecca? A rock Brian. And the one thing, the only thing, that sets us Christians apart from the unbeliever, is our faith that the Son of God, Christ, is our savoir, his begotten son. Other than that, we are the same and one. To not acknowledge that, is to have God to deny knowing you, and cast you into the pit. So no, God does not know those who do not know him :(

                • http://twitter.com/Rushlimbang Brian Skinner

                  That is bullcrap. God hears their prayers. This kind of attitude is what made Christopher Hitchens hate Christians.

                • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                  People hate Christians because they hate Christ. God does not hear prayers offered to idols.

                • Anonymous

                  You don’t know much about much Skinner. Christopher Hitchens is in Hell. Who cares what he thinks? He is an example? Yes, of how not to be. He was a poor deluded fool, much like yourself.

                  You have serious issues that involve being wrong about most everything you try and discuss. ABC is 100% right, and you are 100% wrong and 99.9% dingbat.

                • Jeffrey Hardin

                  Brian, I said God hears their prayers…But, he doesn’t acknowledge those who do not believe in him nor his son. Muslim’s believe in allah and pray to him “A Rock” and their Pedophile Prophet Muhammad, not God! So God has turned from them.
                  Numbers 14:43
                  For the Amalekites and the Canaanites are there before you, and ye shall fall by the sword: because ye are turned away from the LORD, therefore the LORD will not be with you.

              • Anonymous

                Nope – better research your opinion, Brian my friend.

            • Jack Cuyler

              You mean besides the Crusades, the Spanish Inquisition and the various witch hunts throughout that time?

        • Garym

          Are your jesus jammies in the closet?

          • http://twitter.com/Rushlimbang Brian Skinner

            So you don’t agree with Jesus as quoted in the bible?

            • http://www.therightscoop.com/ The Right Scoop

              If you really believe that Tim Tebow is praying for the sole purpose of getting attention, then that is your opinion.

              But I find him to be a very sincere person who chooses to thank God in all things, even victories on the football field.

              The scripture you refer to is talking about that very issue.

            • http://www.therightscoop.com/ The Right Scoop

              Also, let’s be clear here. He isn’t praying in the deeper sense of what he does at home, in private. He isn’t doing his ‘daily devotional’ in public.

              He is simply thanking God in all things. What is wrong with that?

              • StNikao

                Coincidentally, our Old Testament reading at church yesterday (a baptismal service at the commemoration of Jesus’s baptism) was ISAIAH 42:1-9…

                “IAM The LORD, that is my Name,
                my glory I give to no other,
                nor my praise to graven images.”

                In thanking GOD publicly, Tim Tebow is being careful:
                – not to take the credit and glory, but to be thankful for his and the team’s success.
                – to remind himself and others of the Biblical truth that all we are and all good gifts and true blessings come from GOD.

                Fame and praise from sports, media, and other people, as well as money and success are cruel taskmasters if you sell or give your heart to them. We have all watched child and adult stars, national and international and church leaders fall victim to the glory and gifts almost every time.

                Only those whose hearts and lives truly belong to GOD survive the temptations of fame, wealth and power. (This is the reason for the 1st-4th of the Ten Commandments. All God’s Commandments were given to redeem, change and guard the fallen nature of the human soul.).

                Tim Tebow knows the dangers. I admire Tim Tebow for this and for the way he intentionally lives his faith off the field as well. He is a true example of a man, who lives for Christ, who lives what Scripture teaches and who has right and healthy priorities and values.

            • Garym

              He thanks god not for a win, but for the strenght and the will to compete. As for “praying in your closet”, I will defend his right to pray openly and your right to not pray openly. I personally am an agnostic and I will defend the first ammendment against anyone who tries to censor another persons right to free speech, including yours.

            • Anonymous

              I find it and interesting excercise in fatuousness when people find a verse in the gospel to to attack people who actually know and follow the gospel.

              • Anonymous

                ‘Fatuousness’ – now there’s a word I haven’t heard for a very long time. I like it. However, I, for one, would have used flatulenceness, because as far as I’m concerned, he can take his point of view and blow it out his…….

                • Anonymous

                  I think that word just stinks!

                • Anonymous

                  Literally and figuratively.

              • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                Well said and a great point Toon brother!

            • Anonymous

              Matthew 10:32, “Whoever acknowledges me before men, I will also acknowledge him before my Father in heaven.”

            • K-Bob

              What? No hair shirt?

            • Richard Laycock

              Back in the day a large percentage of baseball players crossed themselves when they came to the plate. Does your Jesus condemn that too?

              What an ass. And a Mormon too. Now, ain’t that ironic. A cultist calling out real Christians.

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

              Jesus was speaking about the hypocrites – those who made gestures for their own purpose of looking holy.

              • Anonymous

                exactly! Jesus was speaking about the hypocrites!

            • Jeffrey Hardin

              Brian,
              the scripture you have posted for the benefit us Christians, know that the scripture you quoted, was in fact for hypocrites, about hypocrites, who out of vainness preach not to benefit God or God’s children, but for self aggrandizing. Jesus prayed to and with the masses who came to hear and see him teach, and Brian, pray…And with all due respect Brian, your coming off as a diluted atheist due to your apotheosizing. You cannot as a Christian say that it is wrong for Tebow to show his love for his Father Brian, his team mates and opponants who he said he prays for before and after each game, both for protection and Thanks for doing both as is Tebows faith, what wrong can be made of that? Your misusing scripture to prove an invalid point? If you don’t approve of his Christianity, then say so, I’ll have more respect for you than not for being openly honest, instead of beating a dead anti-Christian corpse…

        • Jeffrey Hardin

          Why? What if we Christians said to the Homosexuals to go back in their closets, LMBO, we would be hunted down and dispatched of rather quickly wouldn’t we? He has the right to do what ever suites his fancy Brian, when it hurts no one, or should he say to you, Brian, keep your opinions in your closet :)

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/David-SanMartin/100001394271575 David SanMartin

        You know, if this guy was praying to Mecca, nobody, but NOBODY would have the BALLS to say one damn thing in public the way they do now. But because this guy is a CHRISTIAN, they have their stupid comments, and their jokes. They know CHRISTIANS don’t go nuts and burn things down and threaten to kill people when they are “offended”.

        • Anonymous

          Spot on!

        • Anonymous

          They’d be a marked man/woman and have to go into hiding as has happened to some people right here in this country. Over some kind of contest- forget just what it was about – drawing a picture??

      • Anonymous

        Right On RS!

    • Anonymous

      When you see Tebow score, quickly cover your eyes so that you aren’t offended because the cameras love to to catch him thanking God. I really don’t mind watching him pray.

      • Anonymous

        Me either toon!

        • Anonymous

          Yeah Hippie, the people who say Christian’s should pray at home in their closet are probably the first people praising the rights of that moron stripping the other moron on stage at the Superbowl halftime a few years ago.

    • Anonymous

      And you come across as an idiot. There are a lot of athletes, both professional and amateur who either point to the sky, cross themselves, and yes, give a little prayer, before and/or after a play. And yes, there are players who thank their Lord in post-game interviews.

    • Anonymous

      Psalm 95:1‑7

      Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song. For the LORD is the great God, the great King above all gods. In his hand are the depths of the earth, and the mountain peaks belong to him. The sea is his, for he made it, and his hands formed the dry land. Come, let us bow down in worship, let us kneel before the LORD our Maker; for he is our God and we are the people of his pasture, the flock under his care.

      • Richard Laycock

        Bravo!

        King David sang and danced before God and the people. He even embarrassed his wife with all his dancing and carrying on. That is how “a man after God’s own heart” is supposed to behave.

        Keep it up Tim.

    • Anonymous

      I fail to understand why crusadermark can’t keep his posts to himself. I’m not knocking his opinion, but to a lot of people, he comes across as touchy.

      BS
      Don’t Tread On Me

      • Richard Laycock

        How the hell can you adopt a nom de plume like “Crusader Mark” and then shy away from public displays of devotion?

        He’s willing to kill for Christ but not bow in public?

        Mark, you’ve got a serious dichotomy of goals.

    • Anonymous

      I got news for you,,,,,if you had paid attention to the game,,,,he wasn’t the ONLY one giving it up to God. Big Ben did. Polamalu was giving it up to Him. The craze is just to bash Tebow.

    • Is_Sense_Common

      He’s on TV. He’s doing what he’s always done. The media continuously puts him on TV doing what he’s always done and now it’s perceived that he is the one putting on a show. Does he have to change who he is because now people are continually putting cameras on him? I’m not trying to be argumentative, but have some perspective. He’s not imposing his faith on anyone just because a cameraman likes to zero in on him when he’s taking a moment to thank the Lord.

    • Jeffrey Hardin

      If it helps him too perform better, why not, if it lifts his fans spirits, why stop him? And when did praying become such a taboo curse upon human kind, and who is it of us to decide who can do what, ESPECIALLY IF IT HARMS NO ONE, BUT, LIFTS UP INSTEAD, MILLIONS OF OTHERS? Isn’t it good for an individual to inspire so many, and what does it say about those who are insensed by goodness and wholesomeness? And this is both that we are talking about….People like Bill Maher speaks about freedom of expression & speech, until it’s about Christianity…They did their best to crush this good soul of a man, and I am glad to see such as Tebow show us all some Humility…It would bid well for us to be like wise, and that’s a fact that is very noticeable in our day and age!

      • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

        Very well said!!

    • Anonymous

      If you love someone do you only talk to them in private?

  • Anonymous

    Still not a football fan but quickly becoming a Tebow fan.

    • Anonymous

      I hope you have a bar of soap in your mouf right now sir, but only for the first half of that post.

      I’d bet a ha’penny the spinach loving sailor would escort olive oil to a f’ball game and that they’d both love it. F’ball, f’ball…

      • Anonymous

        I can assure you that if I attend a football game it would be minus sweet Olive Oyl. When I played the clip she slammed the door because couldn’t take the football soundtrack from down the hallway. She says the only reason she married me is because I wasn’t a football fan, (I don’t believe her though).

        • Is_Sense_Common

          Toongoon, I love ya man, but I gotta say, this non-football thing is kinda shocking to me. I feel like I don’t even know you anymore! I’ll try to look past this and just share the politics… ;-)

          • Anonymous

            Hmmm. Quite a predicament I got myself in…..I’m gonna have to down a can of spinach. Uck, uck, uck.

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

              Don’t worry toon- I’ve never been a huge football fan either, but I remember watching Tebow when he played in Florida (it was almost a requirement in this state!) so, I don’t mind at all watching him now. He plays well and although I don’t know the sport that well, good players make it fun to watch.

              • Anonymous

                Well, I’m not completely oblivious though, he has been fun to watch. :-)

        • Jeffrey Hardin

          LMBO, Finally another anti-footballer that makes me feel good enough to come outta da closet, Thanky Toongoon, oh man, I am past my drop zone :) I hope this post don’t look X rated?

          • Anonymous

            Ah, we’re cool man. I just think there’s something funny about the ball, it doesn’t seem to roll right.

            • Anonymous

              Like a liberal?

  • Anonymous

    At first I thought it was a referee, but if you look very close at the 1:12 mark (20 yard line), it appears to be Bill Maher trying to run down the sideline to tackle the runner and thwart Tebow. Good luck, Billie boy.

  • Anonymous

    Great game, great overtime play by the Broncos. Love all the Tebowing.

  • Anonymous

    What a happy thread this has become tonight!

    Gotta love Tebow and the Broncos!

    Go, team!

  • blackbird

    Thanks Scoop, that was beautiful. Tebow got a rocket for an arm, right on the money in stride to Thomas. Sweetttttt.

  • Is_Sense_Common

    I was SOOO hoping you’d post this! With not much to cheer about over the past few months (in news or sports), this one felt great to watch!

  • Anonymous

    aZjimbo, crusadermark, & any other Tebow haters. if you don’t like it, CHANGE THE CHANNEL. yall sound like a bunch of libtards.

  • Anonymous

    It seems many are okay with homosexuals coming out of the closet, but prefer Christians go in, and stay in… Go TeBow

  • Anonymous

    “According to Drudge, it turns out that Tebow threw for 3:16 yards. Ha!” (Scoop)

    Ain’t that somethin’? This game was awesome! Timmy beat Big Ben, in overtime and threw a John 3:16 in there to boot. Just like the verse he wore on his undereye shadow before. The symbolism as well as the realism, is inspiring.

    • Anonymous

      One more tiny item.

      Wooooooo! Weeeeeee! Wow!

    • Anonymous

      It’s prophetic Rshill!

  • K-Bob

    Shorter Version Anti-Tebow Rant:

    But… but… but if Tebow gets all the positive acclaim, that must be taking away any chance I have for acclaim. It makes me feel small and unworthy. And it’s all your fault for liking him instead of me.

    It’s the same belief in “life as a zero-sum game” that drives leftist thinking. It’s why people who never buy lotto tickets will buy one when the lottery is over 100Million. It’s why most struggling authors get sick every time they wander into a bookstore and see all the thousands of books being sold by other authors.

    Life is big, folks. The economy is even bigger. There’s room for lots more millionaires, even if Bill Gates seems to have all the money. Anyone can be a success, and that’s what Tebow represents.

    Besides, I’d rather see Tebow’s face and “praying in public” plastered all over the media than see anyone from MSNBC doing anything whatsoever.

    • Anonymous

      I read this with patriotic background music in my head. If you want folks to throw money at you, offer a great product. It ain’t rocket science.

      Tebow’s product is great.

      • http://profiles.google.com/ajtelles Art Telles

        In public – In private…

        I recall that Jesus said something like, uh, yeah, if you acknowledge and lift up the son of God in the public square, the son of God will lift you up in the private presence of his Father.

        So, in a certain sense, to lift up Tebow with a verbal pat on the back is to lift up Jesus also.

        Sounds good to me.

        Art

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Florey/100002838321254 Mike Florey

    I’m surprised the media hasn’t made more of Tebow’s blatant left-handedness. He doesn’t even TRY to hide his southpaw tendencies. We all know how those lefties try to proselytize us right-handed people to their insidious leftiness. I, for one, have always had my suspicions about left-handed people. Why, they may be just as insidious as those clannish Jews or Christians. Left-handed people should be kept away from our children. They should never be elected to public office or a position of public trust./

    P.S. Eat it, Maher.

    • Anonymous

      LOL Mike!

  • Anonymous

    For those of you who don’t *get* it, I’ll sum it up for you. Us Christians have subject to persecution for decades. If Tim Tebow were a Muslim and insisted on getting on his knees, facing Mecca and praying to Allah, his “rights” would be demanded by all of the progressives, the ACLU, and every other group that has succeeded at marginalizing Christians worldwide. Whether God fearing or not, average citizens have had ENOUGH with the political correctness.

    • Anonymous

      Agreed!

    • LadyLiberty2000

      Couldn’t agree more!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_B3PV7CIYVQLOGB2Q74MD4FEZUQ BobJ

    John Elway has THE DRIVE. Tebow has THE PASS!

    • Anonymous

      That was a heck of a pass. Kudos to Denver for a Team effort!

  • reliapundit the astute blogger

    AWESOME.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/David-Govett/100000633498801 David Govett

    What a thrilling run by Thomas. I bet he didn’t even hear the thousands of fans yelling. It was an old-fashioned footrace for all the marbles. He’ll never forget it.

    • Anonymous

      WE’LL never forget it. WoW!

  • Anonymous

    WOOT! Tebow Fever! With my Eagles out, I’m rooting for Denver!

  • Dan

    i paused the DVR to reply to a comment here on TRS … and after about 20 min. i sat down to watch the over time and what do you know ….11 sec and OVER!!!!!way to go Tim…now go and kick some New England Butt……..

    • Anonymous

      Yep, it”s payback time in New England!

      • KenInMontana

        I don’t know Hip, the Patriots aren’t anywhere close to being as riddled with injuries as the Steelers were. Denver is going to be facing a rested, predominately healthy, well oiled machine in New England. I don’t see the end result being a whole lot different than their last meeting. That said, I’m pulling for Houston, they stand a decent chance of getting by Baltimore, but my “gut” instinct is telling me New England will be facing Green Bay in the Superbowl.

        • Anonymous

          Hence the “mania” in “Tebowmaina”. If Denver won all the games they were slated to win and lost all the games they were supposed to lose there wouldn’t be this infatuation with Tebow!

          • KenInMontana

            He is a talented young man to be sure, although I will withhold my final “judgement” on him until the end of next season, to see how he matures as an NFL quarterback and how opposing teams adjust to him. As far as facing New England goes though, Denver’s defensive secondary will really need to step up or Tom Brady will disassemble them again, an offense vs offense game against the Patriots is a proven losing proposition. That said I have always subscribed to the “On any given Sunday” school of thought when it comes to football, which is “On any given Sunday, any given team can beat any other team”, although in this next game Denver really has their work laid out for them and will succeed or fail as a team, one man can inspire and lead a team, but he can’t carry the day on his own.

            • Anonymous

              Ken. my friend, you keep trying to discount the miraculaous element in Denver. Yes, on paper NE will slaughter them, but if I were a gambling man I would no longer bet against Denver this season.

              • KenInMontana

                Actually I agree with what Tebow said during the regular season, (paraphrasing him here) that God has better things to do than play a hand in the outcome in something as insignificant as a football game. BTW I don’t bet on games, way too many variables involved, I am a pretty fair poker player though I haven’t played that in several years. ;)

  • Anonymous

    I love the fact that Tebow praying gets under some people’s skin. People that easily distressed should develop some resilence or just stay home, alone. The world doesn’t just belong to them. Talk about intolerance. Keep it up Tebow.

    • Anonymous

      Charm, when Tebow prays it elevates God and lowers man. One of the hardest things to do is to humble yourself, especially in this me me me society we live in. That’s part of why why it gets under peoples’ skin

    • Anonymous

      He does seem to bring out the inner Stalin of his detractors. Change the friggin channel if you don’t want to hear or see him praising or praying. Some of the haters sound like they’d burn his book if he wrote one. :o

  • Anonymous

    Perry/Tebow 2012

    • Anonymous

      Shoot – beat me to it…. I was going to say Paul/Tebow 2012!

  • Anonymous

    That was awesomely gangster!

  • http://black-avenger-1.livejournal.com/profile VirusX
    • Anonymous

      A bit of comedy to end the weekend?
      I think that oughta scare enough Islamist’s to start torching church’s before the Christian’s can get to the mosques.

      • Richard Laycock

        You laugh but if Tebow wins the Superbowl I’ve got a list of mosques to target if CrusaderMark is willing to let me join up.

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      OH GOOD GRIEF! (sorry about the shouting, but that’s incredibly moronic!)

  • Jeffrey Hardin

    Brian,
    the bible is speaking of hypocrites, not Tebow’s :) How many times did Jesus pray to the multitudes who gathered to see & hear him teach, and he taught them how to pray. And Brian, Tebow as a Christian who prays for both teams and all team players as was reported from his own lips. Every Christian I know, prays not for themselves, but for all to be kept safe from harm and injury. Your picking off one of the most anti-Christian corps ever to be splayed and butchered? And with all due respect Brian, you come across as a diluted atheist, as you are apotheosizing
    to none other than Christians who know better :)

  • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

    I had heard about him throwing 316 yards! Good for him, good for the Broncos! :-D

  • Anonymous

    I’m LOVING this!

  • Anonymous

    That young man’s first thought in victory is to acknowledge The One who allows him to draw each breath …. The One who put him together in his mother’s womb, and by Whose Will he and his mother are even alive today … and meanwhile …

    #HatersGnashTeeth #HatersTearOutWispyLocks #HatersKeepOnHatin

    HA! DEO GRATIAS

    *__*

  • Anonymous

    This has been a fun thread. Good night sports fans. :-D

  • http://twitter.com/bteacher99 Brenda Morton

    Wow, wow, wow!

  • Anonymous

    I tweeted BillyBoyMaher this earlier *__* (saw the reference on Twitter first)

    @billmaher #Tebow score 29v23 hmm… Proverbs 29v23 “A Man’s pride brings him low, but a man of lowly (meek, humble) spirit gains honour”.

    • Anonymous

      I quoted you in a post… http://whopsucker.com/?p=1616

      • Anonymous

        really BC, that looks to be a most unsavoury website, from the URL alone!

        are you still harbouring ill-will toward me or Gov Palin or both?

        • Anonymous

          Not you, but I have went from being Palin’s biggest fan to someone who can’t stand her — because of the harm she has done to the conservative movement.

          FIrst she went on a bus tour across America, making people think she was going to run. How many good conservatives didn’t get into to race because of her Paris Hilton bus ride? How many dollars were wasted on funding her vacation? How many people didn’t support someone else because they thought she was running? Why? What was the point?

          Then she drug out the process as long as possible, so that she could to go on Fox time after time and to not give an answer one way or the other, and trick people like you to send her your money.

          Now she is doing it to ou again. She is letting the vote rediculious movement go on and on.

          • Anonymous

            are you the kind of person who harbours grudges for years and years, or do you usually ‘get over it’ after a few months or weeks BC?

            • Anonymous

              I am done with Palin. Once your eyes are open to what she is, you can’t close them again.

              • Anonymous

                oh

                so you are a person that holds grudges indefinitely then?

                • Anonymous

                  I will not support someone who treats her people like fools.

                  I gave her more than enough chances, but her conventional thinking, her sopport of RINOS, her Paris Hilton bus ride to nowhere, her bad mouthing conservatives, her being a media whore and her dumbass slogans changed my mind.

                • Anonymous

                  very well BC

                  have a good life

                  *__*

            • Anonymous

              Do you want me go back and repost what you have said about Gingrich? Once you out it out there, it is there forever.

              Now you are trying to spin her husband endorsing this person as a positive…

              You are a fool

              • Anonymous

                I still believe Newt is terribly and irrevocably flawed, and Gov Palin won’t endorse in the Primary

                she has always said that her husband is totally ‘independent’ though, he makes his own decisions

                this move is strategic – there is a big game of chess going on politically and the players are The Restorers v. The GOP Establishment

            • Anonymous

              I’ve been giving some more thought to this move – I think it *is* designed for NH, even though there are only 12 delegates at stake … because Romney has been steadily going down in the polls there, yesterday 35%, and many undecideds

              it is ‘flex wasilla muscle’ time I reckon

              they are gonna probably try and bring up Santorum to challenge Romney in SC, where Newt’s 3 wives won’t do so well

              Baaaahahaha cough bahaaaaaahaa

              • Anonymous

                do you have any cough drops BC? that sounds like a nasty virus you have there

                we shall see how things work out in SC

                once NH is over, it probably won’t be long before Restorers HQ kicks into action wrt Santorum in SC

          • Anonymous

            BC, I think you are trapped within conventional thinking boundaries and hence your reaction to Gov Palin’s words and actions

            but nevermind – you are in company with mostly everyone else …. you are part of the ‘crowd’, and that is a safe place socially to be

            *__*

            • Anonymous

              Palin’s Husband is endorsing Newt Gingrich… That is being part of the conventional crown stuck in the rut of conventional establishment GOP thinking.

              That is your crowd.

              My crowd is with straight-up conservatives. Who would never endorse John McCain or Newt Gingrich.

              You missed your chance to support the truly not for sale.

              • Anonymous

                are you a chess player BC?

                • Anonymous

                  I have an elo rating of over 1800

                • Anonymous

                  oh …

                  is that good?

                • Anonymous

                  United States Chess Federation ratings

                  The United States Chess Federation (USCF) uses its own classification of players:[7]

                  2400 and above: Senior Master
                  2200–2399 plus 300 games above 2200: Original Life Master[8]
                  2200–2399: National Master
                  2000–2199: Expert
                  1800–1999: Class A
                  1600–1799: Class B
                  1400–1599: Class C
                  1200–1399: Class D
                  1000–1199: Class E
                  800–999: Class F
                  600–799: Class G
                  400–599: Class H
                  200–399: Class I
                  100–199: Class J

                  In general, 1000 is considered a bright beginner. In 2007, the median rating of all USCF members was 657.[9]

                  The K factor, in the USCF rating system, can be estimated by dividing 800 by the effective number of games a player’s rating is based on (Ne) plus the number of games the player completed in a tournament (m).[10]

                  K = 800 / (Ne + m),

                • Anonymous

                  wow, congrats BC

                  it’s only political chess that you don’t understand

                  could be cos of your emotional involvement with MB I suppose

                • Anonymous

                  I guess character really don’t matter to Palin and her followers.

                  It is just something you say…

                • Anonymous

                  you don’t appear to be able to appreciate the big picture BC

                • Anonymous

                  You are supporting a bought and paid for RINO supporting turncoat.

                  Here is the big picture — from c4p.

                  ——————————–
                  A RINO is Born in NY

                  Posted on August 02 2011 – 1:12 PM – Posted by: Nicole Coulter

                  My first encounter with the RINO creature was during a 2009 special congressional race in NY 23rd CD in upstate New York. I watched that race closely for several reasons. For one I’m a New Yorker, and for another Governor Palin was backing the Conservative candidate instead of RINO Dede Scozzafava because of Scozzafava’s horrendous record in the state assembly. This was a supposed Republican and yet Scozzafava supported abortion rights and same-sex marriage and voted for higher spending on New York’s state budget. Huh? As this campaign progressed I got back-to-back shockers. First, Newt Gingrich who I naively had assumed was Mr. Conservative really turned out to be a “Big-Tent” Republican.

                  Both Obama, Gingrich Show Teddy Roosevelt Some Love

                  Posted on 23 December 2011.
                  Guest Submission by J. Armstrong Campaign ’12: Two leading presidential candidates wrap themselves in the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt. TR was in some ways a decent leader, but the example of America’s first progressive president isn’t one to follow today. In recent days, both GOP hopeful Newt Gingrich and President Obama have cited […]

                  What Line Must Newt Gingrich Cross for Conservatives to Disown Him?

                  Posted on December 14 2011 – 10:05 AM – Posted by: Abie Rubin

                  Gingrich Lacks the Character to Carry the Conservative Banner; Updated With Video: Newt Sounds More Like Obama Than Obama

                  Posted on November 29 2011 – 3:15 PM – Posted by: Abie Rubin

                  After election night of 2008 had passed with Obama having emerged victorious, many conservatives were disappointed to hear that a powerful McCain ad had gone unaired due to McCain’s refusal to mention Obama’s anti-American Pastor. The ad, leaked after the elections were over, highlighted the very different paths the two candidates had taken as young men.

                • Anonymous

                  nope I don’t support gingrich

                  but I support using him, using romney, using santorum, using whomever, to rescue America

                  (when I say ‘using them’ I mean, using their Campaigns)

                • Anonymous

                  LOL wiping away tears!!

                  She will be giving money you sent to support Gingrich.

                  Palin – The bought and paid for……. pppppppppathetic!

                • Anonymous

                  calm thyself BC, I beseech thee *__*

                  you don’t want to get to the position of requiring medication – you’re too young to go so early down that road!

                  *__*

                • Anonymous

                  Fact are facts…
                  Is Palin’s husband not endorsing a Newt?

                  Maybe you need to up your dosage of Prozac

                • Anonymous

                  yes Todd is endorsing Newt – there is a reason for that

                  I think they want Newt to come up in the polls in NH as Romney has been steadily falling, and there is a large group of undecideds

                  and also, they want him to come up in SC and challenge Romney there too

                  I think they will try to get both Santorum and Newt to climb in SC to ward off Romney

                • Anonymous

                  I thought she was going to run?

                  “Vote Ridiculous”

                  ((((( Give Me Your Money 2012)))))

                  High five!!!

                • Anonymous

                  LOL

                  you are peeved indeed BC!

                  I believe Gov Palin will run .. in the General later, if mercy is shown to America by Divine Providence

                  *__*

                • Anonymous

                  What are you going to say when you find out that she is not running?

                  Think of the hours and hours you have wasted on that bought and paid for dipshit.

                • Anonymous

                  I thought you said already that she wasn’t running …(scratches head)

                  have you changed your mind BC?

                  *__*

                • Anonymous

                  No why?

                • Anonymous

                  oh … I was confused when you asked ‘when I find out … etc etc’

                • Anonymous

                  Newt’s Attack Ads
                  http://whopsucker.com/?p=1706

                • Anonymous

                  BC – that website name is repellent … I don’t think you understand me very well if you think I would even pass my mouse over that link, let alone open it

                • Anonymous

                  It is only repellent if you have a dirty mind

                • Anonymous

                  huh?

                  I don’t like the word ‘sucker’ used in any context

                • Anonymous

                  “Watch It Sucker”

                • Anonymous

                  hmmm … are you revealing your inner ‘peeve’ again BC?

                • Anonymous

                  Sarah Palin Rudely Cut Off On Fox News — the rest of the story http://whopsucker.com/?p=1727

                • Anonymous

                  Welp she has done it… She has given you Newt on a silver platter.

                  She is baught and paid for, just like I told you. I guess he is better than Romney.

                  You should have been helping Bachmann… She is a true conservative who is not for sail.

                  *__*

                • Anonymous

                  read my posts on C4P

                • Anonymous

                  No I think that for once she is right; it is time to pull behind Gingrich. She sold us true conservatives out, but that is how the game is played.

                  Mission accomplished for your RINO king maker…

                  No amount of delusional hopeful nonsense is going to change what is…

                  She is a Newt backer and now — as sad as it is — we are on the same team.

                  It is time for you to accept what Palin say’s and quit trying to spin it into some master plan.

                  It is every bit as dumb as if I was holding out the hope that somehow Bachmann would get wrote in after they realized their mistake.

                  Hey that was the plan all along. They will know that Romney is the inevitable winner and rally behind the Teaparty darling and everyone will hand over their delegates to MB. All she has to do is endorse Newt to keep the debate going for a little while longer while plan B developers.

                  Pretty dumb, dumb, DUUUUUUUUUMB!

                  Huh?

                • Anonymous

                  I don’t think for a minute that Gov Palin thinks that either Newt or Mitt are strong enough to defeat the DEM ticket in the Fall

                  or even desirable if America is to be restored

                  it is good however for Newt to stay in this race and for him and Mitt to vet each other exhaustively and expose ALL their baggage thus weakening them both

                  “Candidates will be *coming* and going”

                  I think the DEM side may be involved, and there are gamechanging events pending

                  at this stage I think TampaBay could make the decsion but both Newt and Mitt will be extremely weak by then

                • Anonymous

                  Even when she says one thing, you say she is thinking another?? You are going to keep your delusion going until after the election and then come up with some crazy 2016 BS.

                  I think you know that she is not running… you are just keeping on because it is a form of entertainment.

                  You are just not that stupid

                • Anonymous

                  I listen to all her words BC

                  key word “unconventional”

                  key phrase

                  “Candidates will be ‘coming’ and ‘going'”

                  *__*

                • Anonymous

                  Sorry for the spelling. This phone does not always put down what I type. Going yes, but Exodus, Palin said she was not running; plus, now she has endorsed Newt.

                  It could not be more clear.

                  It is time for you to follow her lead.

                • Anonymous

                  BC

                  Gov Palin did not endortse Newt – she said if she and her family lived in SC they would pick Newt from the available choices

                  she definitely wants Romney to not get the available 25 D (winner take all)

                  if she had endorsed Newt she would get on the Campaign Trail for him – she won’t endorse in the Primary

                  what she does want is a strong enough Candidate to stay in the Race and vet vet vet Romney fully, and at the same time get Newt fully vetted also

                  thus they will both become fully exposed wrt judgments, record, character, principles, values

                  and so they will weaken each other more and more as the race goes on

                • Anonymous

                  “and the Delegates will have to decide whether to bulldoze ahead with a limping not credible Nominee, or look for a RESCUER

                  Deo Volente —————> Madame45″

                  That is the ravings of a lunatic!!

                • Anonymous

                  I seeee ….

                  you must be acquainted with some very strange “lunatics” BC …. where have you met such people?

                • Anonymous

                  Palin is right. It is time to come together with a united front to beat Obama. And she is also right to endorse Newt.

                  Heart has the tools, he has the grit, and he has that mojo to beat the Moonbat Mesia

                  Sic’em Exodus

                • Anonymous

                  Gov Palin knows that neither of these two can beat The 0 because neither of them will be able to cause a raging Conservative Base to come to the Polls in Nov, and that is what will be required to defeat the LSM-protected DEM ticket (whether The 0 or someone else is on it)

                • Anonymous

                  Sale

                • Anonymous

                  ??

                • Anonymous

                • Anonymous

                  is that the cavuto link BC?

                • Anonymous

                  And no I am not peeved — I just call them like they really are.

                • Anonymous

                  very well BC

                  you definitely appear more composed … now

                  *__*

                • Anonymous

                  Palin is no chess player, or she would have beat Obama in election.

                  The only chess she has been playing is with you. She has tricked you into wasting your time and money for nothing more that to finance her vacation.

                  She knew she was not running and led you on, and she is still doing it.

                  She has caused harm to the conservative movement, and now they are endorsing RINOs. And instead of seeing it for what it is, you are trying desperately to twist what is into what is not.

                • Anonymous

                  we all have different views BC

                  we shall have to wait and see how things play out

                  *__*

        • Anonymous

          The irony meter exploded when she said that Bachmann should tell her people to go support a conservative candidate that has a better chance of winning. Sadly, Palin may be too dumb to recognize her own hypocrisy.

          This is a woman who is to date turning a blind eye to her mindless hoard, who are still hanging onto the hope that Palin will jump in the race. Shame on her for selfishly stringing those poor dummies along.

          How many conservatives are not voting in the Iowa caucus because of the idiotic “vote ridiculous” campaign? What is she trying to do, hand electoral votes to Romney?

          This dingbat is helping the RINOs like she did when she dumped the Teaparty to endorse McCain for Senate. She could stop it by taking her own advice; if she had one ounce of integrity she would.

          But she won’t. She doesn’t seem to care that they are wasting their time and money, as long as she gets to crank her mug up on FOX news and share in her stupidity .

          • Anonymous

            hmmmm ….

            did uyou ever see the movie “Grease” with John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John BC?

            Every time I read one of your comments I hear the strains of that song sung by O N-J …

            “Hopelessly devoted to you-ou-ou … hopelessly devoted to you …… ”

            Why is that I wonder?

            *__*

            • Anonymous

              Who is hopelessly devoted to who?

              This is how most people see Palin…

              http://whopsucker.com/?p=1348

            • Anonymous

              Who is hopelessly devoted to who?

              This is how most people see Palin…

              http://whopsucker.com/?p=1348

              • Anonymous

                you and your Michelle BC

                another song that fits your relationship w/MB is that one by The Beatles’ (you may be too young to know about this one tho)

                “Mee-chelle, ma Belle …… ”

                (I don’t know any of the other lyrics very well tho *__*)

                • Anonymous

                  The perfect song for Palin is

                  Gin And Juice – Redneck

                  With so much drama in the L.B.C.
                  It’s kinda hard bein’ GRIZ Palin double- Grrrr!! Grrrr!!
                  But I, somehow, some way
                  Keep comin’ up with funky ass shit like every single day

                  Rollin’ down the street, smokin’ endo
                  Sippin’ on gin and juice, laid back
                  With my mind on my money
                  And my money on my mind

                • Anonymous

                  we see Gov Palin through two quite different prisms I reckon BC

                  *__*

  • Anonymous

    Well people, I didn’t intend to stir up such a hornets nest. However, I’m no “libtard” or atheist as some have said. I have voted Republican for over 40 years and worship every Sunday. But when I’m watching football, I don’t want distractions from the game, be it dancing, taunting or anything else. I also find zealots of all stripes highly amusing, their charity so blatantly absent while they profess their faith.

    I leave you with this thought:
    “And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners (and footbal
    l fiel

    to be seen by men. I tell you the truth, they have received their reward in full. But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you. And when you pray, do not keep on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words. Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him.”
    Matthew 6.

    • Anonymous

      ” But when I’m watching football, I don’t want distractions from the game, be it dancing, taunting or anything else.”

      Then watching football must be hell for you. The distractions include: at least 6 annoying commentators per game, cell phone commercials, beer commercials, insurance commercials, car commercials, truck commercials, investment company commercials, sideline “reports”, half-time shows, “home-town” profiles, pre-game projections, game-time analysis, player profiles, network promotions, NFL disclaimers, time-outs, penalty flags, crowd shots, instant replay, game breaks….

      I like football… when they play the game.

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada
      • Anonymous

        I was referring to some people who have posted here, not Tebow. Good for him. Puts his money where his mouth is.

      • Anonymous

        I liked his comment at the end of the second link – “I don’t need this bonus. I can easily live off of my regular salary. That’s what I’ll use to pay my mortgage, get a car, and finance my addiction to hookers.”

        nice sense of humor.

        • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

          :-D

  • http://twitter.com/politiJim PolitiJim

    Tim Tebow Ain’t God (but he can be an example in other ways for conservatives) – http://www.politijim.com/2012/01/tim-tebow-aint-god-barack-aint.html

    Great win. I am convinced they will beat NE making the story even more fantastic and will meat the Baltimore player in the AFC championship who said, “We don’t need God on our sideline.” We’ll see if he’ll change his mind after that.

  • http://twitter.com/Winston80 Winston

    very cool

  • Mike Lee

    Good for him and the Broncos. After all the garbage that has been heaped on this guy, I am very happy for him. I am an atheist, but I am rooting for Tebow just to see the lefty heads explode. :)

  • Anonymous

    I find it fascinating that after almost 700 posts on TRS, one little post about Tim Tebow has got the most response. We have the most radical, racist, left wing liberal, arrogant etc president in the history of this country and nowhere near the response. A president that has stomped on the Constitution and spent millions of $s on vacations and Tim tebow throw the football deems more important. Maybe that is why the country is in the shape its in? Just a thought.

    • Anonymous

      Maybe the number of posts is also an indication that next November Obama will lose by an unprecedented margin.

      • Anonymous

        I pray you are correct.

        • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

          are you praying in public now?

          • Anonymous

            /cheers publicly (/smiles privately)

          • Anonymous

            If I am and anyone does not like it, to bad.

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            From: Disqus
            To: hike110@yahoo.com
            Sent: Monday, January 9, 2012 8:54 AM
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            AmericanborninCanada wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
            are you praying in public now?
            Link to comment

          • Anonymous

            Good question. :-D

    • Anonymous

      Tebow is emblematic of the Leftist’s constant destructive erosion of the fabric of this nation.

      Tim Tebow is a humble man who represents all that made America great. He does not fit the “narrative”. He disproves the entire house of cards that the Progressives and Liberals have built. That is why the media tried to destroy him, at Florida, during the Super bowl, and now at Denver.

      Tebow beat them at they own dishonest game not because he, one man, could counter their dishonest onslaught, but because he believed in himself, his faith, and God. He is grateful and unwavering in his faith.

      He serves as an example for us to not give up faith, to use the tools God gave us and to keep fighting the evil that we have let take over the Nation on which God has shed his grace.

      We have forsaken that and we have a lot of work to do. Tim Tebow shows us it can be done.

      • Anonymous

        I am not talking about Tebow the man but Tebow the publicity hyped qb.

        • Anonymous

          Then you should not be railing about Tebow. You should be complaining about the abuse he gets from the media. You must obviously know that he’s not the only player to thank God for his accomplishments, as it is only through Him that those accomplishments are acheived.

          The media has hyped his actions, he has not. What those anti-Christians didn’t count on was the vast support that people like Tebow would receive. It irritates Bill Maher to no end and for that I’m thankful for the media hyping it up.

          • Anonymous

            I do not pay attention to the anti tebow religion stuff. It does not bother me about his religion. Its strictly a football/ media issue for me. Simply tired of hearing about tebow.

            • Anonymous

              So then you admit that it’s not Tebow’s fault what the media tries to hype and how they go about it. Good. It sure sounded different from all your other posts.

              • Anonymous

                Absolutely. No way you can fault Tebow. I just don’t think he is anywhere as good as a NFL qb as the media is making him out to be.

                ________________________________
                From: Disqus
                To: hike110@yahoo.com
                Sent: Monday, January 9, 2012 8:40 AM
                Subject: [trscoop] Re: Watch Tebow beat the Steelers in overtime

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                Nukeman60 wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
                So then you admit that it’s not Tebow’s fault what the media tries to hype and how they go about it. Good. It sure sounded different from all your other posts. Link to comment

      • Anonymous

        Amen sister.

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      Maybe because sometimes folks need a break from all the crap and get enjoyment out of something so simple as a God fearing young football player who along with team mates has re energized the game? Not only that, but have sparked an interest in many who never used to pay so much attention to football.

      A couple of people have posted on this, that it’s been a refreshing happy story, and I agree.

      • Anonymous

        Yes. Very good point. This politics stuff gets very heavy at times.

        ________________________________
        From: Disqus
        To: hike110@yahoo.com
        Sent: Monday, January 9, 2012 8:54 AM
        Subject: [trscoop] Re: Watch Tebow beat the Steelers in overtime

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        AmericanborninCanada wrote, in response to aZjimbo:
        Maybe because sometimes folks need a break from all the crap and get enjoyment out of something so simple as a God fearing young football player who along with team mates has re energized the game? Not only that, but have sparked an interest in many who never used to pay so much attention to football.
        A couple of people have posted on this, that it’s been a refreshing happy story, and I agree. Link to comment

  • Anonymous

    Tim Tebow smacks down Rapelisberger. Liberals loud & lachrymose in lament. Munch on that, Maher.

  • http://www.facebook.com/robert.mahoney Robert Mahoney

    Excuse the blasphemy, but I like to think of this as God’s way of flipping the finger to Bill Maher.

  • Anonymous

    So sad to hear/read the haters out there about Tebow. Here is a positive role model for our children; a godly man who plays hard and does his best. A man who loves Christ and is not afraid to show it and tell it to the world. What’s there to hate? Unless of course you hate Christ.

  • Anonymous

    My wife and I are very happy for the young man. She will sit and watch some when he is playing. We will be watching saturday night. This is coming from a long time Packer fan.

  • Anonymous

    Tim is the kind of young man we should want our children to emulate.
    That Dymarious is pretty good too…so fast…great touchdown run.

  • Anonymous

    I saw it live and I was jumping up and down the whole time DT was running, shouting “run! run! go! go!go!” I really thought once it came to overtime the Broncos would lose, but then a miracle happened (a well practised, hard-fought for, team effort). Miracles do happen……. Eat your words talking heads!

  • StNikao

    Interesting about this game. Tebow’s favorite Scripture is John 3:16. He threw for 316 yards and averaged 31.6 yards per completion. (Even Tebow couldn’t have managed that on purpose)

    To doubters…Tebow has pretty healthy stats for his first year out, way above average for a novice pro.

    Here they are again (thanks to Blackbird below):

    First 10 NFL Starts:
    Marino 8-2
    Tebow 7-3
    Brady 7-3
    Favre 6-4
    Elway 4-6
    Montana 3-7
    Young 2-8
    Manning 2-8
    Aikman 0-10

    • StNikao

      Another coincidence, that was my 316th comment.

  • bobemakk

    This is one heck of a football player, AND I do believe his faith in God has a lot to do with it. The lamestream media should mind their own business and let this young man express his own feelings on the football field when it comes to his religious beliefs. He is a role model for young people, how long has it been since we’ve had a true “role model” in any sport? God Bless Tebow!!!

  • Eve

    What a great game, watched it live and then the clips over and over, can’t get enough. He is a talented football player and even better a “true” role model.
    Looking forward to the NE game and Denver sending them home.

    Go Denver Go Tebow!!!

  • Anonymous

    Should Denver lose next week, two things are certain to happen. One, those detractors in the media will say, ‘Ha, God didn’t help you win this one did He? Must mean there is no God’. And, more importantly, two, Tebow will still praise God and give Him the credit for allowing him the abilities to play the game he loves.

  • Anonymous

    Forget that jesus, I’m giving my life to my lord and savior…..Tim Tebow.

    Praise the Bow

    • Anonymous

      That’s not even humorous.

  • Anonymous

    Rothlisberger. Multiple allegations of sexual assaults.

    Tebow. High moral values.

    Karma gonna get you.

  • Lech Dharma

    Thanks for posting the winning play. Unfortunately, I was in a restaurant at the time, and was unable to hear or watch the OT part of the game. That being said, is Tim Tebow the premier quarterback of the league—or another John Elway? Too soon to tell. Is Tebow a class act and an inspiration to sports fans who are tired of mouthy prima donnas and lavishly-paid “criminals”? ABSOLUTELY!!!

  • Anonymous

    A true thing of beauty!!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YR5PCB7LI34WHI5OX3BYK57PJQ Tom

    John 3:16 or Matthew 6:6?