The Giants won again, and I just have to say “I told you so.”

I had no doubt whatsoever that the Giants would win game 3 of the World Series tonight, just as I am very confident that they will win the World Series.  Indeed, there’s a decent chance they’ll win the 4th game, bringing the Series to a speedy conclusion.

Why am I so certain?  I’ll just reprint here (with some updates) my post from October 25:

Living in Giants’ country, I’m happy that the Giants are doing so well. They’ve won the first two three games of the World Series, and done so by a comfortable margin. I’m sure that the Detroit Tigers are sad. Very sad. I can imagine some ugly recriminations in the locker room and back at headquarters. I doubt, though, that they’re placing blame where it actually belongs: squarely on Barack Obama’s head.

It was Rush Limbaugh (of course) who first noted the Obama curse: When Obama praises something, it quickly dies. Obama has only to speak at a factory for it to close its doors. He tries to get the Olympics for Chicago — so the Olympics go to Brazil. He attends a climate-fest . . . and nothing happens. He touts and loans our money to a business and it goes bankrupt. Which gets us to the Detroit Tigers. . . .

On Wednesday night, Obama appeared on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show. (This follows appearances on The View, The Jon Stewart Show, and The Letterman Show. News shows — not so much. Obama did speak to the Des Moines Register, but then refused to let the Register publish the interview, relenting only when the Register made its displeasure known. After that, the Register got nasty.) But back to Leno.

On the The Tonight Show, Obama turned his back on the Golden State that has filled his campaign coffers and told America that he was rooting for Detroit’s team (keeping in mind that Michigan seems to be up for grabs):

I will say, I’ve spent a lot of time in Detroit lately, and I didn’t want to let Detroit go bankrupt. So in this particular World Series, I might be a little partial.

With an Obama endorsement hanging over them like a sword of Damocles, is it any surprise that the Tigers have lost the first two three World Series games?

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  • jj

    Though I do have to point out that these two teams once and for all disprove the idea that you have to be an athlete to play baseball.  In the picture above, with your post, I can only imagine the catcher – who looks to be in shape – must be thinking: “please, please, please don’t fall on me, Lard-ass; I’ve ridden horses who weigh less than you do!”  Detroit has one, too, though.  A very bad world series for Michelle Obama’s dietary vision of America.