Thursday, March 01, 2007

Bush honors Heat, but with mixed emotions - NBA -

NBA champs honored at White House 'even though you beat a Texas team'

George W. Bush, Shaquille O'Neal
President Bush looks up to Miami Heat center Shaquille O'Neal in the East Room of the White House during a ceremony honoring the 2006 NBA Champions on Tuesday.
Lawrence Jackson / AP


Bush devoted most of his comments to praising individual Heat players for their charity work.

Riley gave Bush a jersey and then told the audience: “I voted for the man. If you don’t vote you don’t count.”

Addressing reporters later, Riley denied that he had injected politics into the ceremony. “I’m pro-American, pro-democracy, I’m pro-government,” the coach said. “I follow my boss. He’s my boss.”


So a positive comment about Dubya is "injecting politics". I loathe the LSM.

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