Red Sox Go to the White House

Bush League

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The Guys in the White Hats Head to the White House

Schilling and the Republican Red Sox (Players) Are Fired Up to Meet with The President

"America needs a leader who makes sure they have everything they need to get the job done, a leader who believes in their mission and honors their service, a leader who has the courage and the character to stay on the offense against terrorism until the war is won. That leader is our commander in chief, George W. Bush.

"One of the best things about playing in the World Series was seeing the footage of soldiers cheering for the Red Sox in Iraq, it was great to know that we could make them feel closer to home and do something to put a smile on their faces, while they were on the front lines. Those troops deserve all of our support, and all of our thanks.

"And there's something else we can do for them. We can make sure we elect a president who supports them every step of the way."-- 11.01 Curt Schilling in Wilmington, Ohio

Meanwhile Theo "Howard Dean Lives!" Epstein, Larry "Hillary in 2008!" Lucchino, and John "I've Got the Planes and Lawyers Ready to Challenge the Election in Ohio!" Henry Will Attempt to Get Past the Secret Service on Pennsylvania Avenue

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"It's been four days and I'm finally starting to believe the Red Sox won the World Series, but it's been four long years and I still can't believe George Bush is President of the United States."-- 10.31 Sox GM Theo Epstein at John Kerry rally in Manchester, NH

"In October, New England won the World Series. And in November, New England's favorite son is going to win the presidency of the United States." -- 10.31 Sox owner John Henry at John Kerry rally in Manchester, NH

BDD is a feature of Boston.com. All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

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