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Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
WKW,

I should be used to the hyperbole employed by you liberals, but one sentence in your blog needs further explanation.

If Tiger were to express his political preference publicly, how would that put his livelihood at risk?

And how would his voting (or not voting) be of importance to "the fate of the nation?"
12/13/07 @ 14:09
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
WKW,

I should be used to the hyperbole employed by you liberals, but one sentence in your blog needs further explanation.

If Tiger were to express his political preference publicly, how would that put his livelihood at risk?

And how would his voting (or not voting) be of importance to "the fate of the nation?"
12/13/07 @ 14:10
Comment from: Peter Nevins [Visitor]
Your point is well made. And golf has to have some of the most conservative politics of any sport! But I can understand, when you are as strapped for cash as Tiger must be, there's no room for speaking your mind...
12/13/07 @ 17:58

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