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Old 10-09-2013, 02:51 PM  
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Mike Ditka's Biggest Mistake



In 2004, Mike Ditka mulled a run for Illinois's vacant senate seat. The prohibitive favorite was state senator Barack Obama, and the Republicans couldn't find someone to go against him. Committee chair George Allen, son of the hall of fame coach, met with Ditka (who described himself as "ultra-ultra-ultra conservative") and urged him to run. Ditka considered it, but eventually declined, citing his busy schedule. It still eats away at him to this day.

As noted by the Atlantic Wire, Ditka spoke at the opening of a North Dakota oil facility last week. (He had "no idea" why he was there. "My secretary sets everything up.") He said not stopping Obama's rise to power remains his greatest regret:
"Biggest mistake I've ever made," Ditka said. "Not that I would have won, but I probably would have and he wouldn't be in the White House."
I'm not saying someone should write a sequel to The Man in the High Castle set in an alternate universe where Mike Ditka became president, but I'm totally saying it.

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Old 10-10-2013, 11:53 AM   #16
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Case in point; what I posted wasn't supposed to confuse you.
He's not confused. He's just performing the necessary contortions to shill for the Democratic party. It's expected.
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He's not confused. He's just performing the necessary contortions to shill for the Democratic party. It's expected.
True, but as dyed in the wool as he is, he does say some funny stuff from time to time...a lot more entertaining than the drivel coming from most of the libs in this forum.
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True, but as dyed in the wool as he is, he does say some funny stuff from time to time...a lot more entertaining than the drivel coming from most of the libs in this forum.
Sure, I think he has a great sense of humor. I tend to avoid discussing politics with him because he won't veer from the party line. In a way very similar to Direckshun. When he paints himself into a corner he just pretends not to understand and moves on.
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