You know what they say: You can't spell Tebow without using J-E-S-U-S.
Wait, they say that, right? Someone must say that, otherwise Tim Tebow's lawyers wouldn't be filing a suit claiming that the use of Jesus' name on a Jets-style logo infringed on His Holy Copyrightness (a/k/a Tim Tebow.)
Here's the offending shirt and ad copy:
The shirt itself is green, or white, and while it makes no reference to Tebow himself, the ad copy surrounding it does rely on a lot on Tebow -- saying that now he's in New York, it's "Jets for Jesus" time, which, I'll note, is already a group on Facebook.
You know what group I look forward to seeing on Facebook? "I Got Suckered into Buying Facebook Stock even though there's no real way to monetize that site and GM just pulled it's ads off it because nobody clicks ads on Facebook."
GM also, by the way, announced it won't run an ad in the 2013 Super Bowl broadcast, calling the ads "too expensive."
What do all these things have in common? Let's do the math:
Obama was elected president +
The federal government then took over GM +
GM now won't advertise on Facebook and the Super Bowl, which are the two biggest things in the world that everyone pays attention to even though nobody really likes them and they're usually boring unless they involve Eli Manning +
Jesus is forced to raise money by selling t-shirts +
Lawyers threaten to sue Jesus over that =
Godless communism is ruining America because we elected a Kenyan president.
Math never lies, people. Even though it's all based on unproveable assumptions. In other Tebow-related news, just like his idol/Trademark infringing Savior, Tebow brings a lot to the table when it comes to inspiring people via meals. Jesus had his Last Supper, Tebow has his New York sandwiches, the munching of which shows his clear leadership abilities to teammate Darrelle Revis:
"Some people have it and some guys don't," Revis [told reporters] "I just think the passion, it's the passion within, of him wanting to be a leader, wanting to win. You see it all the time - eating lunch you see it. Walking down the hallway you see it."
What is it, exactly, that you see? The ability to hurl thunderbolts and/or turn into a swan, apparently. Added Revis:
Which means that if Revis is right, we can look forward this scenario: The Jets, in about game 3, trailing the opposing team by 14, have the fans getting restless after Sanchez hurls another interception. As he trots off the field, we'll see Rex Ryan bellowing
“He’s like that cartoon character Zeus."
That's right. Just like Jesus is every superhero, now Tim Tebow is every God.