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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Tiger Woods

Someone on Morning Joe said that if Tiger Woods wins the Masters, he won't be invited to the White House. I was completely taken aback by that. It's not like he's harbored terrorists or something serious, he cheated on his wife. Not that I don't think that's serious, but goodness, it's rampant. And he's one of the most famous athletes in the whole world - the idea that he would never stray seems extremely quaint. I'd go so far as to say that any woman who marries a celebrity athlete (or, really, any celebrity at all) is awfully naive if she expects him to remain faithful. There's just too much opportunity and those people are encouraged to think of themselves as above the rules. Anyway, I don't really think his personal life is anyone's business, or relevant to this athletic accomplishments. If he wins the tournament and the winner is usually invited, then he should be invited. At least IMHO.



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