(chrisTwire SportsDesk)—Tebow is the greatest thing to happen to mankind since Jesus. His power is derived from Tebowing a practice of prayer that gives him more power than Ronald Regan and George w Bush Combined.
There is nothing in the constitution about separation of church and state. There is nothing in the constitution that prohibits prayer in schools, and there is certainly nothing in the constitution that prevents Tebowing.
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
We have long complained that America is falling behind, we all read the news reports about how American kids are lagging in math and science, while personally I blame our inclusion of girls in the testing results, Tebowing could cure these stats and put America back on top.
Look at others who Tebow has inspired to greatness:
An American soldier Tebowing
Yankee first baseman Mark Teixeira and golfer Ben Crane
Bill Maher Tebowes after God gave him the power to climb a tree
After scoring against the Washington Capitals, Los Angeles King Jack Johnson Tebowed his celebration. The defenseman also tweeted to Tebow himself, saying “@TimTebow thanks for letting me borrow your move last night. Proud to be associated with a winner like you. #donewithrespect
Broncos linebacker Von Miller gave the movement some legitimacy when he paused during a team practice to honor his quarterback
Lindsey Vonn kneels before taking the podium after winning a competition in Colorado, the home state of Tebow’s Denver Broncos
Linebacker Stephen Tulloch of the Detroit Lions Tebowed to celebrate his sack of the quarterback who made it famous
UFC Champion Jon Jones takes a Tebowed knee with his championship belt
Crew chief Danny Stockman, Jr. and driver Austin Dillon pose with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship trophy after winning it in 2011