Dan Pfeiffer – Mr. Irrelevant
posted at 10:45 am on May 20, 2013 by Duane Patterson
I realize the gang here was all over all the relevant irrelevance spouted by Dan Pfeiffer, addressed mainly by subject. But it’s worth noting that for the first time in American culture, we now have two reigning men that are Mr. Irrelevant. And I don’t think Dan Pfeiffer played much football.
In an annual tradition that began in 1976 by former player, businessman and part-time actor Paul Salata, the very last person picked in the NFL draft each year, sometimes 450 selections after the draft commences, hosts a week long golf tournament, regatta, roast, and presents Mr. Irrelevant with the Lowsman Trophy, which is of course the opposite of the Heisman Trophy. The trophy itself strikes the same pose as the Heisman, except with the player fumbling the ball.
Until yesterday, Mr. Irrelevant lived only in the hearts of minds of only the most loyal followers of the draft. Thanks to his stunning performance on the Sunday show circuit yesterday, Mr. Irrelevant should now forever be linked to Obama special assistant Dan Pfeiffer, who saw the law, the Benghazi talking points, and where Obama was the night of the attack last September 11th on our consulate, all as being irrelevant.
Now if only we could undo the damange of Obamacare and make the rest of the administration just as irrelevant. The country would be far better off.
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