I haven’t spoken with Paul, but it appears as though he was expressing his approval of running-mate Sarah Baracuda’s “platform” to Dubya while visiting the White House last week. Wocka, wocka, wocka.
Meanwhile, one fellow NBA-fan cogently pointed out that this may have been the first time that the media, President Bush and The Truth have all appeared together in the same room. It looks like Rajon agrees.
Of course, when it comes to post-championship athlete visits to the White House, no one can top the comments of the man who made this blog possible:
From the Detroit News: To say that Rasheed Wallace is less than thrilled to be meeting President George W. Bush on Monday is an understatement. When asked about the Pistons’ trip to the White House, Wallace said, “I ain’t going to say [shit]* to him. I didn’t vote for him. I’m not excited at all, it’s just part of the thing.”
Said Chauncey Billups: “He ain’t lying, either. He won’t say nothing to him.”
* I’m presuming he said “shit.” The Detroit News article actually says “[nothing]“. But since it’s Sheed, I suppose it could also have been “dick” or “a muthafuck” just as easily too.