By Ken Blackwell January 23, 2007 Reposted from; Town Hall
Although Los Angeles Dodgers’ center fielder Willie Davis was widely considered the fastest man in baseball throughout the 1960s and 70s, he is perhaps more often remembered for a remark he made following game two of the 1966 World Series against the Baltimore Orioles.
In the fifth inning Davis committed three errors on two consecutive plays. L.A. lost the game 8 to 4 and was swept in the series. When asked about his less than stellar performance, Davis dryly remarked, “It ain’t my life, and it ain’t my wife, so why worry?” Even more important than his amazing speed, Davis had extraordinary perspective.
More than once since the release of the November 7, 2006 general election results, I’ve given some thought to Mr. Davis’ quip.... While the results of the 2006 election represent a temporary set back to me......
In more than thirty years of pubic service one thing I have learned is that the only way a cause is truly lost is if the army is scattered and resolved to defeat. We are not defeated. Indeed, there is still work to do. More...
Ken Blackwell is the former Secretary of State of Ohio.
Ken Blackwell does not even understand the basic concept of being on a "Team". In thirty years he learned pretty darn good how to SCATTER an army!
We are not defeated? ONE MILLION VOTESHe thinks he has more work to do? There is no doubt this man intends to run for office again.
He can't even get his story straight - LA got shut out that game much like Ken in his election!
Maybe it it's how he figured the bonuses 9x0= $80,000
1966 World SeriesGame 2
Good story Ken!! Will you please move out of OHIO?