Stick to politics

This seems like one tortured analogy.

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Is Jeff Sessions confusing Tommy Tuberville with Paul Johnson?

It would be a lot funnier if he mocked Tubs for that mythical 2004 natty.  And it probably would sting a lot more, too.

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15 responses to “Stick to politics

  1. ASEF

    Tuberville as Georgia Tech? Not going to resonate in Alabama. Tuberville as Notre Dame? That would cut deep.

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  2. The 984

    Auburn used to be known as Chop Block U before Johnson got to Tech.

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  3. Muttley

    Metaphorically speaking, though, when someone is standing with you, (and you need at least one other guy), that’s the best time to chop block them.

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  4. Butler Reynolds

    Perhaps targeting would be better than a chop block. On second thought, would it even do anything to such a small target?

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  5. The Dawg abides

    Does Tubberville actually have a platform besides “Hey, I used to coach at Auburn “?

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    • Doug

      Don’t forget his courageous stand against Sharia law, which is about as relevant to the average American voter as whether they’re allowing school prayer on Neptune.

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    • mycr0ft

      His campaign is selling reusable straws with his name on them so that you can help stand against the left’s war on single-use plastics by…[checks notes]…reusing straws?

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  6. Ben

    I’m living through this senate race in real life, and it’s worse than a circus act.

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  7. duronimo

    Short attention span theater … Sessions, a big supporter of Trump .. huh?

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  8. Michael Broome

    Sessions knows the State of Alabama is 1/3rd AU and 2/3rd UA. He’s playing the percentages as a politician in a primary ought to play them.

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  9. TimberRidgeDawg

    Waiting for Paul FInebaum to weigh in

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