A politician, of course.
Typical….straddling both sides of the fence. Maybe he should be fielded a series of questions to determine where his real loyalties lie.
Aww, geez. And Richardson is one of the people I could see myself supporting next year.
Although I’m not a big fan of Rudy Guiliani politically, I find it refreshing that he’s never pretenced to be anything else but a Yankees fan. He grew up one, and that support has never wavered. As a fan, I can respect that.
Then again, try to imagine if Guiliani said his dream is to be Ted Williams playing left field in Fenway. He would probably lose all 2 or 3 votes he would otherwise get in the Northeast! Of course, Hilary is both a Cubs fan and a Yankees fan. Don’t know how that really works; the most pathetic team and the most successful, arrogant team.
Personally, I don’t think it’s so inconsistent. It’s not like he’s from Connecticut, where people have to make a hard and fast decision as to whether they’re SFs or YFs. Living in New Mexico, I’m sure he could appreciate he good things about both teams. Richardson grew up at the time when Mickey Mantle was GOD, and then he went to Tufts in the late 60s, when the Sox were fielding some fun teams. If I recall correctly, Richardson was a pretty good college ballplayer himself, before he hurt his arm.
> What’s Worse than a Yanksfan or a Soxfan?
Easy one; a WFAN.
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