Why blame Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari or his players for their poor play when you can just blame ‘liberal socialism’ for all your perceived problems? (Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports)
We don’t want to call this radio caller ‘Chester the Molester’, because that’s just mean (we’ll leave the exceedingly cruel jokes to you, and hopefully there are plenty).
Instead, we’ll call good ole Chester, a Kentucky fan obviously upset about his ‘Cats’ missing out on the 2013 NCAA Tournament, just slightly misinformed (Read: completely out of his mind).
Now, we’re just a humble sports blog and don’t really like to venture too deeply into the political realm, but wow. This guy pulled a Rush Limbaugh on this one.
It is not easy to blame “liberal socialism” for everything, but Chester managed to do so regarding Kentucky’s trip to the NIT.
Again, Limbaugh might be proud. As for the rest of us, we’re going to cringe.
, Kentucky fan blames 'liberal socialism' for Wildcats missing the 2013 NCAA Tournament [Video]
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