JFK and the New York Rangers!

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    I love politics..and I love the New York Rangers....so when I saw Larry Brooks' column in the NYPost...I got a Chris Matthew's 'thrill up my leg'!!

    Brooks was talking about how the players have internalized the teaching of Coach Tortorella’s, and he says:

    "There is a mindset within the room that is filled with disciples of coach John Tortorella who have bought so deeply into the coach’s precepts, the club now has the feel of a cult to anyone outside the inner circle.

    These Rangers believe in the method of Tortorella’s madness. They will block any shot, take any hit, bear any burden, pay any price, meet any hardship, support any friend and oppose any foe in order to ensure success in the coach’s image they have adopted as their very own."
    Larry Brooks: New York Rangers not trading for Rick Nash of Columbus Blue Jackets keeps team’s chemistry intact - NYPOST.com


    JFK: "We shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, in order to assure the survival and the success of liberty."


    Oh, yeah!!
    Missile crisis??? A mere bag a' shells!

    Bring on those Boston Bruins!!!


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    I thought that idiot Chris Matthews got a "tingle" up his leg. "Tingle". "Thrill". Either way, I'm sure that moron has a Barack Obama poster on the ceiling over his bed, and he gets that "tingle" every night.

    New York needs something to cheer about in the hockey world. Both of their teams have SUCKED for a LONG time.
     
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    do you remeber the Rangers Bruins rivalry of the 70s? Still the best hockey fight i have ever seen. People who think the NHL hasnt reduced fighting should just look at one of those games -- players in the stands -- classic
     
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    Rangers Rule...:thup:
     
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    Too bad they'll be swept by the Canucks!
     
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    Ranger blue runs in my veins!
    Grrrrrrrrr........
     
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    I missed those 'good ol' days'....

    .....but me and 300,000 of my closest friends were at the parade in '94!
     
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    This Rangers team is better than 1994 when they beat the Canucks last time...


    I would concentrate on how to rebuild Vancouver after they lose again...
     
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    That is, if they can get by Washington.

    Oh, that'll hurt!
     
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    Oh, I thought you were going to say the Rangers were good at stopping bullets.
     

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