A quick recap: after the Patriots dominated the Colts 45-7 in the AFC title game last Sunday, longtime Indianapolis columnist Bob Kravitz reported that the NFL was investigating whether the Patriots had used deflated footballs during the game. The reason for doing so would be because of the rain and slickness, an underinflated football might be easier for the Patriots players to handle in adverse weather conditions.
Their diehard fans just will not hear it though. No matter how much you explain that it's the NFL and the officials, not the Colts, who are investigating this, they'll say, "Yeah, but there are no facts that prove they were cheating!" Really? 11 out of 12, and it was an "accident?"
***Huckabee "stunned" by Obama's two-faced speech. Well, sir, you shouldn't have been even a little surprised.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee says he came away "stunned" at how easily President Barack Obama talked about bipartisanship out of both sides of his mouth on Tuesday night at the State of the Union address — and how vividly the speech demonstrated Obama's inability to find common ground with his opponents.
"That's how you govern, and he just has never understood the art of governing," Huckabee, a likely Republican presidential candidate in 2016, told "MidPoint" host Ed Berliner on Newsmax TV Wednesday. "And it was never more clear than it was last night in the State of the Union."