“If Barack Obama can win Iowa, why can’t I be the general manager of the Falcons?” said Mathis, 40, which makes you sort of wonder why not, indeed?
Oh, I don't know, because being a U.S. Senator is a generally accepted qualification for being president, but being a summer intern is not for being a general manager? The fact that Moore figuratively nods at this mind-blowingly naive statement makes me wonder how Moore's editors could have let this piece run in a reputed publication. This article deserves the race war that follows in the comments.
Since Terence has established that qualifications are irrelevant and tribal loyalty is paramount, I hereby nominate my former camper Max Pollock, who just finished his final season as a walk-on linebacker at Michigan, for the Presidency of Kenya.