Washington pol Joe Fitzgibbon isn't taking the Seahawks' loss very well
Say you're a state rep from Washington and you just watched your hometown Seahawks lose to the Cardinals. What's a proper reaction? Probably the opposite of politician Joe Fitzgibbon.
This NFL season we've had our fair share of domestic political voices, namely opportunists looking to chime in on the Redskins name.
And Rob Ford, who's not even a politician in the the ol' U.S. of A, yet routinely chimes in on the Redskins name.
There must be something about that United States-Canadian border.
Tell us how you really feel, Tweetgunner Joe.
And with the state representative being a Democrat and all, it wouldn't be an ill-advised tweet without a little ribbing from his Republican chaps.
We await the response from the Phoenix political machinery.
UPDATE: We're all just too serious it turns out.
Lawmaker who called Arizona a "racist wasteland" tells me people are taking his sports trash talk too seriously.— Mike Baker (@MikeBakerAP) December 23, 2013
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