Thursday, March 08, 2007

Tiger Woods.......For Governor, Senator or..President??...........Don't Laugh

Make that President, Tiger doesn't settle for 2nd best. Don't discount it one day. Say what you want about Tiger (I love the guy) he has a mind of steel, ice runs through his veins and is just a flat out winner. There is no BS with this guy, it's all about winning, and nobody does it better than Tiger.

Maybe "Pops" was right, his father Earl Woods had this to say about his son.... "he will transcend this game and bring to the world a humanitarianism which has never been known before. He's qualified through his ethnicity to accomplish miracles. I don't know exactly yet what form this will take but yes, he is a chosen one. The world is just getting a taste of his power".

Heavy stuff.

And best of all: He's a Republican. Tiger has made several trips to Fort Bragg to visit the troops, even did a 2 week stint there, training with the military. His father did multiple tours in Vietnam and was a Green Beret. Check this out......Tiger Woods to host PGA tribute to TROOPS.

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- After dominating the golf world for the last decade, is Tiger Woods considering a foray into politics?

The professional golfer, who was in Washington on Wednesday to officially announce that his foundation will host a golf tournament in the Washington area next summer, did not dismiss the possibility he might one day have political aspirations.

Asked at a National Press Club event if a political future was in the cards, the 31 year-old did not rule it out, saying he has had experience "meeting influential people in the political arena" but does not know where his "future lies."


In a Townhall column last month, Herman Cain suggested 2016 as the date for a Tiger run. I respectfully disagree. As a fan of the game, I want to give him plenty of time to rack up his 25 or 30 majors, which he'll be doing well into his 40s. For all of the political junkies out there, how about eight more years to speculate about Tigermania.

Here's the plan: Woods wins the 2023 Masters at 47 (Nicklaus was 46 when he last won at Augusta) which is just the lead-in he needs to launch his exploratory committee. It'll be a late start -- but look at it this way: raising money won't be a problem for him.

The next JFK/Jackie Onasis?

2 Comments:

At 7:42 AM, Anonymous antone - seattle said...

My fellow brother is a Republican? I'm not surprised, actually never even thought about it before. His dad raised a good one, the chosen one? If there is going to be one, he fits the bill.

A.

 
At 1:53 PM, Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

ah a Republican..I didnt know that Joe...thanks!..great and different posts here..always a treat!

 

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