Guess we can kiss a college football playoff goodbye now, too.

Desperately seeking something they can: do right? Finish? Get some positive press for?

Whichever. All of them. None of the above. Dunno. The story:

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is considering several steps that would review the legality of the controversial Bowl Championship Series, the Justice Department said in a letter Friday to a senator who had asked for an antitrust review.

My support for a college football playoff system is well documented. But…besides the obvious question of: why in the world can’t the U.S. government find something more important to do than to muck around in football

Okay, yes, you’re right. There’s very little in life more important than football. That just proves my point: if government would just stick to mucking around in that tiny subset of things that are more important than football, this country would be a much better place.

They wouldn’t have very much to do, you see.

Besides that, though: do we really want a government with this government’s track record mucking around in our football? With this administration’s track record?

Health care; cap & tax; Guantanamo Bay; bringing the troops home; repairing America’s reputation in the world…how are all of those Important Goals going?

Badly. They’re going badly. Which, hey, from my perspective, for some of those to go badly is a good thing. The point is: so far, whatever President Obama mucks around in, it goes badly.

So please, President Obama, don’t help! College football will do fine without you!

(Posted by The TrogloPundit)

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