Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Curt Schilling, a pretty fair country pitcher for several teams--he was longest with the Phillies--maybe wants to run for the Senate. We're talking about the Massachusetts seat once held by Edward Kennedy. Schilling says he's mulling it over and saying that stars have to align (not that metaphor, he's not that articulate) before he makes any kind of decision. Hey, Curt, listen up. We don't need another millionaire right-wing senator in Washington. You'd just be another Jim Bunning, without the perfect game or membership in the Hall of Fame. Stay home, dude, the last thing we need is another dunder-headed jock in the U.S. Senate.