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'''Sportsman of the Year''' is an annual prize given by ''Sports Illustrated'', to [[politically correct]] athletes rather than the [[Greatest Conservative Sports Stars]].  The exceptions that prove the rule are when an unusual '''''shared''''' prizes were given to Mary Lou Retton in 1984 (before she appeard at a [[Republican National Convention]] and Curt Schilling in 2001 (before he was outspoken in support of [[Scott Brown]]).
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'''Sportsman of the Year''' is an annual prize given by ''Sports Illustrated'', to [[politically correct]] athletes rather than the [[Greatest Conservative Sports Stars]].  The exceptions that prove the rule are when an unusual '''''shared''''' prizes were given to Mary Lou Retton in 1984 (before she appeared at a [[Republican National Convention]]) and Curt Schilling in 2001 (before he was outspoken in support of [[Scott Brown]]).
  
 
Exemplifying the judgment of the [[liberal media]] in selecting Sportsman of the Year was their choice of [[Lance Armstrong]] in 2002.
 
Exemplifying the judgment of the [[liberal media]] in selecting Sportsman of the Year was their choice of [[Lance Armstrong]] in 2002.

Revision as of 20:18, 21 January 2013

Sportsman of the Year is an annual prize given by Sports Illustrated, to politically correct athletes rather than the Greatest Conservative Sports Stars. The exceptions that prove the rule are when an unusual shared prizes were given to Mary Lou Retton in 1984 (before she appeared at a Republican National Convention) and Curt Schilling in 2001 (before he was outspoken in support of Scott Brown).

Exemplifying the judgment of the liberal media in selecting Sportsman of the Year was their choice of Lance Armstrong in 2002.