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Albert Pujols: Tony La Russa Leave Albert Be, You Go Adore Glenn Beck !

ST. LOUIS - MAY 12:  Manager Tony LaRussa #10 of the St. Louis Cardinals celebrates with Albert Pujols #5 after the game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on May 12, 2006 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri. The Cardinals defeated the D-Backs 5-3.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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al asifyouknowSenior Analyst IAugust 28, 2010

According to a report on ESPN.com Tony La Russa announced that Albert Pujols will appear with him in a Glenn Beck event at the Lincoln Memorial where Rev. Martin Luther King made his famous civil rights speech.

Here is a quote from the great Tony La Russa:

"I made it clear when we were approached: I said, 'If it's political, I wouldn't even approach Albert with it,' " La Russa said, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, of the "Restoring Honor" rally set for the Lincoln Memorial. "I don't want to be there if it's political."

I said the great Tony La Russa, but after reading that quote the words naïve or not intellectually curious came to mind, but then again he may just be a real Glenn Beck zombie.

Nothing wrong with that, everybody has the right to their opinions.

Can we all agree on that?

Reasonable folks do understand that anything Glenn Beck does is political, a way of self promotion and lets not forget a plan to laugh his way all the way to the bank.

Oh! Just in case you want to know, the yearly income information varies from 18 to 35 million, either way that’s a lot of dough folks.

Good for him, I don’t like the guy, just my choice, but you got to admire his business plan; hate always sells and he is the master of it.

The great boxer Muhammad Ali said he could hit you with a jab before you could blink your eyes

Mr. Beck tops that in spades: he can throw a jab, a hook, kick you in your privates, and walk away with another million and a big smile.

Good for him, God bless him.

Albert Pujols should ask his manager to mind his own business and not get him involved in what could turn out to be an embarrassment for MLB. Some of the posters brought to those events are very offensive; look them up I won’t give them play here.

That alone should give Pujols a hint; staying home may be the prudent thing to do.

Agree?

Sr. Pujols por favor no se deje usar come un instrumento politico por Toni LaRussa, usted sole le debe ser un buen jugador en el campo.

Nada mas!

Mr. Tony La Russa should go and enjoy his day off at the big Glenn Beck event and let Albert hang out with his buddies; that should make everybody happy.

As always, especially on this article, this is just a fan's opinion and from what I understand everybody has one and I thank God for that.

Enough said.

 

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