John Rocker Says He’d Vote for the Devil Over Barack Obama
Former Atlanta Braves’ reliever John Rocker is a bit off his rocker (pardon my horrible pun). We all remember his disturbing diatribe about New York city when he was interviewd by Sports Illustrated. Now, however, John Rocker is back in the news for some more insane comments. This time, John Rocker attacks President Barack Obama. Here is a quote John Rocker gave WND about the president:
“Like hopefully a majority of Americans out there, I’ll be voting against President Obama this year. I won’t necessarily be voting for the Republican candidate as much as I will be voting against Obama. … This country cannot sustain four more years of his cancerous ideology. I have always been a big fan of Newt Gingrich. He is one of the most brilliant people I have ever listened to. Unfortunately things didn’t work out for him, but such is our democratic process and a large reason America is the great nation it is. It seems that Governor Romney will be getting my vote, although be it somewhat by default. I would vote for the devil himself over Barack Obama which would actually be tough though as he seems to already be a supporter.”
Alllllllllllrighty then. I am by no means an Obama supporter, but the devil might be a stretch. This just goes to show John Rocker is still completely insane, and doesn’t care about anything he says to the general public. I actually enjoy people like John Rocker. The type that calls it like they see it, even if it is a bit cuckoo.
John Rocker finished his career with 88 saves, a 3.42 ERA, and an 11.7 K/9 innings. In truly ironic fashion, John Rocker had a 6.66 ERA in his final full season in 2002 with theTexas Rangers.
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