As is Tiger Woods to Phil Mickelson. And Barack Obama to Hillary Clinton.
Sportsmanship’s been on display a lot lately, more off the field than on. We’re getting a good education in what makes an iconic figure in a chosen field, be it baseball or golf, politics or film.
It’s not lost on Prairie that the stench of corruption has followed one man from Texas baseball to the “hardball” practiced by the White House team.
If you haven’t yet seen it, check out this 60 Minutes report on the political show trial and
This is stuff straight out of the old Soviet. Sorry times we’ve come to, indeed.
The man from Texas tells us he’s the decider, the commander in chief, the one lookin’ for those WMD under the desk in the Oval, that he doesn’t have a problem with dictators as long as he gets to be one.
On his watch, under his command: Hugh has a list that’ll knock your eyes out. The Siegelman story is only the latest.
In the meantime, though, give a thought to the power of a smile, and words of hope, and the seasoning to win and win and win again.
And never trust the smile of a man without lips. Nor truth in his heart.