I know liberals are supposed to be bleeding hearts who waste foolish time and energy on behalf of the underdogs of the world, but this is ridiculous:
In one of his last public speeches before retiring, Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens on Monday bypassed talk of the court's deep ideological divide and the battle to replace him and instead talked to a Chicago legal group about his beloved Cubs.
The Chicago native recalled one of his most precious boyhood memories — watching Babe Ruth hit his famous "called shot" for the New York Yankees in the 1932 World Series with the Cubs.
I guess I shouldn't pick on him. I'm a diehard Bears fan, and except for the glorious 1985 season, it's been one heartbreak after another. You know what bears are, don't you? Yeah, just bigger cubs.