Yesterday, our website collected plenty of comments on posts about former Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, who's now signed with the New England Patriots. The following take, on an item that spotlighted the Boston Herald's "GOOD GOD!" headline, maintains that Tebow's bad press can be traced to his faithfulness.
Steven M Palmer writes:
Profess Islam as your religion of choice and America will bend over backwards to insure they don't "offend" you. Call Christ your main man and it's your turn in the dunk tank. This is one of the many things wrong with America today.
For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.
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