Monday, March 1, 2010

Pitcher John Smoltz, An Anti-American Communist/Atheist Sellout?

This comment appeared a couple of days ago in the Atlanta Journal in response to an article about the Georgia Republican Party's attempt to get former major league pitcher, John Smoltz to run to replace Rep. John Linder (R. GA). Smoltz said that no one had contacted him and that he would not be interested if he was contacted.

Another sign that Smoltz is a sellout. He sold out his country by staying with the Braves when they were owned by the anti-American Ted Turner and his now divorced wife Jane Fonda. He continued to sell out the Braves when they were owned by Time Warner and their vicous anti-American attacks against our military and President Bush in a time of war. He sold out his faith in a 1996 “700 Club” interview when he refused to denounce the atheist Turner. He sold out his country again during the Bush Administration for refusing to stand up against Ted Turner or Time Warner when Turner called Bush “Hitler” or when people in Time Warner like Jack Cafferty of CNN called for Bush’s impeachment. He sold out to his team in 2009 when he backed out a three-year contract he signed in 2007. And finally, he sold out his country by refusing to fight against the tyrants in this government that are supported by Turner and the Braves former owner, Time Warner, in turning the average American into a serf.

I hope you can live with yourself Mr. Smoltz.

The writer of this warped missive, obviously, has some issues with life as we know it. Maybe he has been kidnapped by aliens and brainwashed. Then again, maybe he has been hijacked by teapbaggers or some such group. Regardless, his best bet is to return to his den under the rock.


Doug Robertson said...

Maybe I misread this, but is the guy implying that this pitcher dude is being a sellout because he said he wouldn't run for office? From what is clear how he feels about him, I wouldn't think he would want him to even consider doing so. Weird.

Doug B said...

How warped can a mind be? Still it never fails to amaze me.

Diane J Standiford said...

Yeah, doesn't sound like the writer would vote for the 700 Club sell-out. I read this stuff and wonder if some Southerners just REFUSE to get over that slavery was wrong and, um, they lost. Politicians being decided by religious actions is really horrible way to run this nation.

That Baptist Ain't Right said...

The author of that sheeze can't be the sharpest knife in the drawer.