Tim Tebow to speak at Republican National Convention

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The Republican National Convention won’t have #Tommy. But it will have #Timmy.

According to the New York Times, former (but still aspiring) NFL quarterback Tim Tebow will speak at next week’s event in Cleveland. Which will make him, frankly, the most accomplished quarterback in town, from a postseason standpoint.

Other scheduled speakers from the world of sports include UFC president Dana White and golfer Natalie Gulbis.

Brady isn’t on the list; Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump had said he planned to ask Brady to speak at the event.

Tebow is scheduled to speak on the fourth and final evening of the event, which will end with Trump’s speech accepting the party’s nomination.

In a fairly recent FOX News profile, Tebow hinted at a future in politics. Next week’s speech could be his first major foray into the arena. Barring a change in the Constitution, however, the earliest he could run for the office Trump currently seeks would be 2024, since Tebow isn’t yet 35.

Tebow also wasn’t born in the United States. Not that that issue has ever been discussed by the current Republican nominee regarding any Democratic or Republican presidential hopefuls.

130 responses to “Tim Tebow to speak at Republican National Convention

  1. I’ve said this before and will repeat it: For a presidential election in the not-too-distant future, we will see Tim Tebow (Republican) vs. Michael Sam (Democrat). Each is a huge hero to the respective bases of those parties. It’ll be hilarious to watch them debate each other.

    One more reason to be a Libertarian.

  2. I truly believe that Tim has something in him that we as a whole lack.
    Even though he could not sustain a long career in the NFL I believe that he will be successful at a very high level in anything that he involves himself with.

  3. Of course he is. Have you seen their platform? They claim to have learned from the past and now have a “big tent” for their followers. After the smoke and mirrors are pulled away, the tent is again revealed to be the same old shoe box full of failed, reactionary planks and “ideas” that play only to the religious conservative zealots. Tebow fits right in.

  4. 99% of blacks are good Christians and believe in God and the story of Jesus.

  5. Tebow is super religeous,like a minister of God and thats what Trump and his Repubs need desperately.His only hope of becoming our next President is devine intervention because the Repubs are a team and Trump is their quarterback,and not a good one, and their only hope of winning is a hail mary which is really a fail mary.

  6. Tebow, show us your birth certificate. LOL

    Seriously, this is the best Trump could do? A washed-up, never-really-was NFL quarterback who was dumped by four different teams? This is your star speaker for the convention? God, how pathetic are the republicans? I’m going to love watching the GOP implode on national television.

  7. Meanwhile rumor has it Titus Young and Joseph Randle are the headliners at the DNC convention soon after.

  8. I’d vote for Tebow now, if only possible. At least he’s an actual conservative unlike the so-called Republican frontrunner.

  9. Of course he would, I wouldn’t expect anything else. It’s just one circus after another in town.

  10. I wonder if he’ll equate his toughness and mastery of throwing a ball while in college to knowing what’s best in a tough geo political climate wrought with racial tensions and an ever growing socioeconomic divide.

    I mean he is the most experienced to speak on those matters, he beat Alabama a few years ago!

  11. Tebow was better at portraying an NFL qb than being one, just like Trump is better at running for president than he could possibly be serving as one.

  12. ReligionIsForIdiots?

    Actually PoliticsIsForIdiots as well.

    Name ONE thing your government has done for you that has dramatically changed your life for the better in any way. And If the best answer you can come up with is legalized pot, that should tell you something.

  13. If he could have won the primaries he would have been president. A reality TV star against a lying criminal who’s failed at everything she’s done outside of escaping punishment for violating rules, telling the truth, and following the law.

    What a year.

  14. bigpete07 says:
    Jul 14, 2016 8:03 AM
    So….Jesus wants tax cuts for the rich?

    yeah, it’s weird how Xtian Conservatives claim how they want a biblical government when it comes to teh gays & abortion, but the second anybody mentions what Jesus said about helping the poor & how it’s easier for a camel to fit through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich person to get into heaven, they scream “Godless Communism!” i find it very peculiar that they seem to value a cherry-picked verse out of Leviticus over THE ACTUAL GOSPELS. but then again, they justified slavery with the Bible.

  15. Anyone seen the Democratic party lately? Everyone making fun of the right needs to pay attention. Not sure which is worse…. they’re both dreadful. We are screwed either way.

  16. Will Tebow show off his belief in Jesus by striking a “Tebowing” prayer pose before giving his speech at the Republican National Convention, or does he save those glory moments for really important stuff like football games?

  17. I not sure if Tebow is the most accomplished ex-NFL in Cleveland next week. Bernie Kosar was a native of those parts and still lives up there – you’d better check he isn’t popping into town to get his groceries!

  18. Public schools?

    Roads?

    National Defense?

    >>medialovesthecowboys says:

    Name ONE thing your government has done for you that has dramatically changed your life for the better in any way. And If the best answer you can come up with is legalized pot, that should tell you something.

  19. medialovesthecowboys says:
    Jul 14, 2016 8:17 AM
    ReligionIsForIdiots?

    Actually PoliticsIsForIdiots as well.

    Name ONE thing your government has done for you that has dramatically changed your life for the better in any way. And If the best answer you can come up with is legalized pot, that should tell you something.

    —————-

    Get educated. Seriously.

  20. I love the unbiased selection of comments here by the moderator.

    It’s not gonna work she’s already tanking in the polls. She sucks as a candidate.

  21. Yeah, roads are good. Laws against indiscriminately polluting the water and air in the name of profit…also nice. There are only like a million other examples of WHAT GOVERNMENT DOES OUT OF SOCIAL NECESSITY, but I’m sure your pedantic libertarian viewpoints make sense to you.

  22. wetdentist says:

    yeah, it’s weird how Xtian Conservatives claim how they want a biblical government when it comes to teh gays & abortion, but the second anybody mentions what Jesus said about helping the poor & how it’s easier for a camel to fit through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich person to get into heaven, they scream “Godless Communism!
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    Jesus didn’t forcible take from one group against their will and give it to another for free. And according to the New York Times, conservatives give more to charity than liberals.

  23. Government could screw up a free lunch. The only demo where hills leads is those that make under 30 grand. What does that tell you?

  24. I would vote for Tebow for President! I don’t care that he wasn’t born here.

  25. Liberal media cannot sway this election. The same momentum behind Brexit is the same momentum that will make America great again. We just had enough libs. The Democratic Party has been replaced by the radical progressive party

  26. Parallel to the concept of separation church and state , the state sanctioning of athletic , beauty , or any other contest not over written by money should repulse Americans who subscribe to the spirit and letter of our founding fathers legacy .

  27. People on here saying “oh look who represents the Republicans there so bad “…..

    Go hunker down with Van Jones George Soros and Al Sharpton and tell me about it

  28. The same momentum behind Brexit is the same momentum that will make America great again.

    When was America great? When did it stop being great? Why did it stop being great? Exact years and sources, please.

  29. abninf says:
    Jul 14, 2016 9:07 AM
    wetdentist says:

    yeah, it’s weird how Xtian Conservatives claim how they want a biblical government when it comes to teh gays & abortion, but the second anybody mentions what Jesus said about helping the poor & how it’s easier for a camel to fit through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich person to get into heaven, they scream “Godless Communism!
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    Jesus didn’t forcible take from one group against their will and give it to another for free. And according to the New York Times, conservatives give more to charity than liberals.
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    and Jesus didn’t say anything about teh gays & abortion, but it’s the hallmark of “conservative” Xtianism. also, some of those “charities” that conservatives favor are oftentimes nothing more right wing tax shelters

  30. gotitan says:
    Jul 14, 2016 8:10 AM
    I think you have to be born in the USA to be president.
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    Surprised others are up-thumbing this, because it’s a myth – a misinterpretation of the requirement of being a “natural born” citizen. SCOTUS hasn’t ever actually clarified it but in practice to be a natural born citizen you can be born outside in certain circumstances, the most obvious simply being American parents who are at sea or living outside the US but haven’t taken residency or citizenship in that country. And technically if the US was to ever expand, adding a state, there’s still the historical clause that allows people born in that new territory to become eligible as pre-existing citizens at the time their homeland “adopted the constitution”.

    There’s other potential routes – what if you were born on an American ship or military base (one that was technically under US jurisdiction) to refugee parents who were stateless, or to a single mother who died without being identified? International law would deem that child American by birth. But if that oddball situation arose in a presidential candidate I think SCOTUS would have to decree.

  31. Tebow and Trump have about as much in common as I do with Tom Brady.

    Nothing against Tebow but he seriously can’t be excited about a bigot like Trump becoming president. I lose a little faith in humanity the more this campaign drags on and the more I see people backing a guy like this. I don’t think he has a genuine or compassionate bone in his body and the only thing he cares about is himself. He just wants to win and it all boils down to fragile ego at this point.

  32. Politics, Tebow and Trump in the same article?

    I’m predicting this to be the most commented article for at least a month.

  33. Tick tock tick tock, enjoy your spineless America while you can you jellyfish liberals. It’s coming to an end soon. All of your silly crusades are coming to an end and I love it.

    Hail to the Redskins from this Patriots, Panthers, Broncos, and Cowboys fan.

  34. One more Christian hypocrite speaking for the party that rapes people for the rich. This is like David Duke speaking at an NAACP dinner.

  35. Just another religious nutjob supporting what is probably the most anti-religious candidate of all time.

    Funny how these idiots claim to love both the Bible and the Constitution, without having any practical knowledge of either one.

  36. Make America great again! I can’t wait for Donald Trump to be president. Once this country get’s back on the rails, silly articles like the Redskins name, deflategate, and Johnny Manziel should die off as they should.

  37. tonyzendejas says:
    Jul 14, 2016 9:20 AM
    The same momentum behind Brexit is the same momentum that will make America great again.

    When was America great? When did it stop being great? Why did it stop being great? Exact years and sources, please.
    -————

    It is called a colloquialism. Sorry I reached over your head. You should look up colloquialism. And America was great before your generation got here stupid. We win wars and build bridges and send dudes to the moon. We don’t make reparations to losers, and we don’t make apologies

  38. He’ll be preaching to the choir. Glory Glory Hallelujah. And if W was there he would dance another highly inappropriate jig!


  39. JSpicoli says:
    Jul 14, 2016 9:09 AM
    Government could screw up a free lunch. The only demo where hills leads is those that make under 30 grand. What does that tell you?

    That you’re either lying or badly misinformed.

    Oh, I think it’s that you don’t know how to read a chart.

    I believe you badly misinterpreted the chart listed at fivethirtyeight in their “The Mythology Of Trump’s ‘Working Class’ Support” article.

    Of all the candidates (at the time there were still 5, btw) Hillary had the biggest chunk of the <$30k demo. However, of her own supporters, the highest amount of support she got was from the $50-99k demo. In fact, 49% of her support came from those making $50k+.

    It's hard to find newer polls based on income demo, but this quote from redstate.com is telling:

    "Likely voters with annual family incomes of $30,000 to $75,000 in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin back Clinton over Trump, 46 percent to 39 percent"

    Oh I know, facts and sources, something internet trolls don't believe are relevant. I bet you believe Brady is actually guilty of something, too.

  40. When Tebow was playing his press conferences were a study in how not to give a direct answer to even the most basic question. He’d make a great politician. He’s got the “stay nothing of substance” part down pat.

  41. i find it interesting that we have people who are afraid of intellectuals and other people who deride people who are religious.

  42. Part of 2016 GOP platform:

    – Gay conversation therapy
    – Marrige is between one man and one woman
    – Porn is a public health crisis

    The Republican Party hates Muslim who want sharia law but want to force their comic book fairy tail on us. BTW, Muslims also believe in a fairy tail and need to also be mocked.

  43. denverdave3 says:
    Jul 14, 2016 7:58 AM
    Nice unbiased piece, Florio.

    Tebow’s compassion and positivity is exactly what the black athletes and the country need.

    ________________________________

    More racism. Just what we need this week.

  44. harissonhits2 says:

    ” enjoy your spineless America while you can . . .

    Hail to the Redskins from this Patriots, Panthers, Broncos, and Cowboys fan.”

    ————————————————

    You have 5 favorite teams?

    Talk about spineless.

  45. And America was great before your generation got here stupid. We win wars and build bridges and send dudes to the moon.

    America hasn’t “won” a war in 60+ years. And I’m positive you weren’t involved in that one.

    The bridges we once built are now falling apart because your generation screams “LOW TAXES, FREEDOM!!” at any suggestion of non-military spending.

    We sent dudes to the moon thanks to brilliant engineers and mathematicians and forward-thinkers. And now ANTI-SCIENCE is your generation’s new religion.

    And my generation didn’t just “show up.” It was raised by your generation. Good job!

  46. Look at all the desperate left wing haters here..

    Tebow scares you because he is man of God and you blame God for all your unhappiness

  47. “Jesus didn’t forcible take from one group against their will and give it to another for free. And according to the New York Times, conservatives give more to charity than liberals.”

    Jesus followed the Mosaic Law which required a tax to the poor. The same law that exists in the Sharia Law. Jesus was not talking about only charity. His discussions about charity were an exclamation point on followers who were paying the poor tax just to follow the law, not for the compassion of fellow humans. But paying the poor tax WAS a requirement.

  48. longtimefanh8tr says:
    Jul 14, 2016 9:33 AM
    A huckster for religion speaking for the ultimate huckster. Sounds about right.

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    Ironic that a Clinton supporter would call somebody a huckster.. You cant make this stuff up.

    Tebow helps humanity all his life. What have you done besides spew hate?

  49. As a Christian who has actually studied the Bible, it’s amazing at the ignorance of posts here by people commenting who obviously have never even picked up one.

    All you absorb is the lies from the left wing media sitting in front of your boob-toob

  50. FoozieGrooler says:
    Jul 14, 2016 9:39 AM
    Just another religious nutjob supporting what is probably the most anti-religious candidate of all time.

    Funny how these idiots claim to love both the Bible and the Constitution, without having any practical knowledge of either one.

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    Amazing that you, someone with zero knowledge of the Bible, can be the expert on others faith

  51. Look at people argue over whether they should vote for the clown or the criminal.

    #noneoftheabove

  52. His not being born in the USA isnt really an issue- he was born to missionary parents in the Phillipines. John McCain was born in Panama to military parents. And, yes, Obama was born in Hawaii- that subject is long been beat.

  53. I’d say the soldiers of Iraq and Afghanistan believe we won those wars. A new virus spreading in isn’t the result of losing the war its the result of the region and a failed state not able to defend itself.

    I’d honestly like to know where these bridges are that are falling apart. The DC area got a sweet, new big one a couple years ago.

  54. Lots of good things with TT. High profile athlete who never got in trouble but his beliefs make him a target which is too bad. Not a believer but if his faith keeps him on the straight that’s ok, just don’t expect me to follow you because of your religion. Ain’t happening.

  55. Cornerstone, thats interesting that you’re talking about other people’s ignorance for getting their news from the ‘boob toob’ when you sound like you get your news from a book written 3,000 years ago

    #flyingspaghettimonsterisrealtoo

  56. “araidersfan says:
    Jul 14, 2016 7:15 AM
    I’ve said this before and will repeat it: For a presidential election in the not-too-distant future, we will see Tim Tebow (Republican) vs. Michael Sam (Democrat). Each is a huge hero to the respective bases of those parties. It’ll be hilarious to watch them debate each other.

    One more reason to be a Libertarian.”

    Dear god, you don’t really think this, do you? Michael Sam is a hero to the liberal base? Are you high?

  57. collectordude says:
    Jul 14, 2016 10:24 AM
    You go, Tebow.
    Give these liberals/democrats/leftist etc. HELL!!

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    Yes, Tim Tebow is terrifying.
    PS- He would disapprove of your language choice.

  58. until we get money out of politics not much is going to change. we’ll probably rollercoaster back and forth from conservative to liberal government. whichever entities can afford the most lobbyists will probably get things done in their favor, under the premise of “it benefits everyone”.

    SuperPACs that are separate from the political candidates will continue to have deep pockets, and those on the polar opposite ends of the political spectrum will continue to run the most negative political ads.

    However as a registered undeclared voter I will continue to consider candidates from both parties in an effort to find those that are willing to work with people from both sides of the aisle in order to get things done that are in the best interests of the most people possible. Something which has been lacking greatly the last 7 years but used to be a staple of government.

  59. Who cares if Tebo speaks? He’s a socially conservative evangelical.

    If he could actually enact his evangelical principles, much of the right would freak out since he’d make helping the poor a top priority.

    Genuine evangelicals are largely understood by the left and the right. Sure, the evangelical isn’t going to put up with same sex marriage, etc. But much of the evangelicals position is awfully generous.

    As usual, the internet is good for tribalism, bad for nuance.

  60. wetdentist says:

    and Jesus didn’t say anything about teh gays & abortion,
    ======================================

    Jesus affirmed marriage and sexuality in Matthew 19:4–6.

    And I don’t think anyone was yet sick enough to come up with the idea of pulling a baby out of it’s womb and killing it.

  61. We need the Separation of church and State more than ever. Do we want to be theocratic nations with medieval views catering to religious fanatics like Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, the Vatican, Indonesia, etc, or a modern and secular nation?

  62. “abninf says:
    Jul 14, 2016 11:07 AM
    wetdentist says:

    and Jesus didn’t say anything about teh gays & abortion,
    ======================================

    Jesus affirmed marriage and sexuality in Matthew 19:4–6.

    And I don’t think anyone was yet sick enough to come up with the idea of pulling a baby out of it’s womb and killing it.”

    No, they let them be borne and then exposed them on hillsides to die of exposure instead. It was a common practice.

  63. Wow, lots of Tebow hate. How the heck were some of you brought up? Guy spent his college spring breaks traveling to 3rd world countries and giving aid to impoverished children. That’s the kind of person we hope our kids grow up to be.

  64. The GOP is not a one man operation and Tebow knows being there doesn’t associate him with everything Trump. Trump will not be like Barry ruling by fiat. He will have to run the ideas that come out of his mouth through Congress. A GOP Congress and a Trump presidency would be pretty middle of the road. Careful on trade deals, border security before increased immigration, greater scrutiny of people coming to the country from war zones (apparently that’s controversial believe it or not), he opposes entitlement reform because he’s a populist so that means to make programs work he’s going to need crazy economic growth which means tax hikes and regulatory relief that a GOP Congress will happy give him. Sounds pretty flipping awesome.

  65. This just released: The democrats have announced that Johnny Manziel and Lamar Odom will be speaking at the democrat convention! And the democrats praise Clinton for recruiting them.

  66. last time I checked Tebow was not running for president was he? his parents are both U.S. citizens so it does not matter where he was born. he has not tried to hide where he was born unlike your muslim hero.

  67. metalhead65 says:
    Jul 14, 2016 11:33 AM
    last time I checked Tebow was not running for president was he? his parents are both U.S. citizens so it does not matter where he was born. he has not tried to hide where he was born unlike your muslim hero.
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    “he has not tried to hide where he was born unlike your muslim hero.”

    So your head really is made of metal? Weird.

  68. “revren10 says:
    Jul 14, 2016 11:42 AM
    At least when tebow speaks it will be the truth unlike that American murdering lying Hilary.”

    So you’re one of those undecided voters, still on the fence?

  69. Is he going to speak in tongues and handle snakes? That would be so cool.

  70. Just met Tebow last week, here in the Philippines at the airport (carrying his own bags) after weeks of helping the poor here. Outstanding human being. Great leader, heisman trophy winner and 2 time National Champ… But most importantly he’s a great person and always positive. And Yes he’s a Christian.

    Yet everyone on here is bashing him? For what? Because he isn’t the most accurate passer? (Yet still won 2 Natl Titles) What else do you have? He actually stands for something? And talks about it. I can tell you one thing… Tebow could do a lot more good in politics than anyone on here with all their negativity.

  71. ReligionIsForIdiots says:
    Jul 14, 2016 7:17 AM
    My name says it all. Poor people.
    ==============================
    Well it’s true that your name says it all about you. Which is nothing at all. Pretty sad really.

  72. I though the funniest/scariest part of Hillary’s speech was when she attempted to seriously say that she will attempt to build people’s trust in the govt – she said that within a week of lying under oath to virtually every question in the inquiry.

    This election will be like the playoff game where you want both teams to lose but realize one of them has to win.

  73. Has anyone checked Tebow’s birth certificate(s) to see if he was really born again?

  74. bannedfromchoirpractice says: Jul 14, 2016 12:04 PM

    Has anyone checked Tebow’s birth certificate(s) to see if he was really born again?

    ***********************************

    No. That document, along with his complete history has been sealed. Then forged.

    Oh wait… that wasn’t him.

  75. Everybody’s on the edge of their seat waiting to hear what a 30 yr old Virgin has to say.

  76. Tebow is an outstanding person. Hate on his qb skills but if you hate the person the issue is with YOU.

    He is a uniter that the GOP desperately needs. Young, energetic, and not old and stiff….before u call him a hating Christian, realize that he left his vacation to come home and see his gay former teammate after the Orlando shooting.

  77. When asked if Tebow’s decision to speak at the convention would potentially change Brady’s mind, the famous New England Patriots quarterback said, “Heh, to use a Donald Trump term, that guy’s a looooooooooooooser. Did you see how many points we beat him by the last time we played?”

  78. I just watched the FBI directors speech on Hillary. Pretty sure he said, “I might not prosecute her, Mr. and Mrs. Voter but you all should feel free to do so.”

  79. “stevejjones says:
    Jul 14, 2016 12:23 PM
    I just watched the FBI directors speech on Hillary. Pretty sure he said, “I might not prosecute her, Mr. and Mrs. Voter but you all should feel free to do so.”

    She’s clearly the more qualified and serious of the two choices, as well as evincing a better temperament and more prudent. HOWEVER, Hilary also appears to have a serious secrecy and paranoia problem. I’ll be voting for Hilary because Trump is a joke and vulgar, but I will be praying that Hilary does not have some kind of self-inflicted Nixonian flame-out after she gets in office.

  80. I suppose Trump’s pal David Duke had conflicting events. I really don’t understand these people, I try but their ignorance is unprecedented.
    If Black Lives Matter is a terrorist group like the GOP claims, then the GOP is a white supremacists group. The sad part is these uneducated fools would actually benefit from liberal policies, they are just too dumb to actually comprehend proposed bills.

  81. “carcettiformayor21211 says:
    Jul 14, 2016 12:19 PM
    Anyone remember the whole Tebowing craze? Lol”

    My Steelers do. 🙂

  82. steeltroll says:
    Jul 14, 2016 11:47 AM

    “revren10 says:
    Jul 14, 2016 11:42 AM
    At least when tebow speaks it will be the truth unlike that American murdering lying Hilary.”

    So you’re one of those undecided voters, still on the fence?

    Nope I certainly won’t be voting for Hilary like you will. guess the death of American’s means nothing to you or the fact that she lied to the FBI. I’m just happy my vote will nullify yours, since you believe in a socialist evil woman

  83. What has the country become when a role model, who’s always genuinely concerned for others, and not a hypocritical liar like most, gets mocked for his behavior?

  84. I do not share Tim Tebow’s religious beliefs, not by any stretch. But he seems like a genuinely good person with a strong moral compass who tries to do the right thing. We’ll never be in a place where all Americans agree on politics, religion, whatever. But one thing we should all insist upon is a baseline of integrity and common decency in our leaders. Mr. Trump has neither. He is a disgrace. I may not agree with Tim Tebow’s religion, but I admire his character. I would happily accept a president with whom I don’t agree if I thought he was a good person who would do what he thought in his heart was right. Neither Trump nor Clinton gives me the impression they are that kind of person. Instead of calling each other idiots for not agreeing with our views on affirmative action, taxation, immigration, let’s maybe try to at least get candidates who are people of conscience, and will try to do right. This election, we are 0 for 2 on that front.

  85. It’s like the poor kid who asked the beauty queen to the prom – shes washing her hair that night. He can still go with his cousin. She’s always free.

  86. LOL.

    Trump IS desperate, isn’t he? Plus, I find it odd that a highly religious Tebow would be supporting Trump, who has run his campaign on bigotry, hatred and xenophobia.

    Oh well. But how much ‘clout’ does Tebow possess, anyway?

  87. wetdentist says:

    but then again, they justified slavery with the Bible.
    ———————————————————-

    Well, actually the Apostle Paul actually undermined slavery, which was extremely common in many 1st century cultures, in his letter to Philemon.

    Also, the Abolitionist Movement was fueled in large part by Christians.

    Anti-religious zealots would do well reading the actual Bible & history.

  88. Greed is a sin that cannot be contained into a singular income bracket.

    It is readily visible across the entire spectrum.

  89. revren10 says:
    Jul 14, 2016 12:49 PM

    Nope I certainly won’t be voting for Hilary like you will. guess the death of American’s means nothing to you or the fact that she lied to the FBI. I’m just happy my vote will nullify yours, since you believe in a socialist evil woman
    ______________________________________

    Did you vote for W. the second time around? Did the deaths of 5k+ american soldiers mean nothing or the fact that he lied to the American people about WMDs?

  90. “The country has fallen victim to the Great Divider, that’s what.”
    ——————-

    You know this year’s election is bad when you can’t decide which candidate deserves that nickname the most.

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