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Tony Dungy and His Conservative Views Say Barack Obama Is ‘Great for Our Country’
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Sep 1st 2008 11:31AM by Ryan Wilson (author feed)
Filed under: Colts, NFL FansNearly two years ago, Tony Dungy became the first black head coach to win a Super Bowl. He’s also considered one of the nicest guys in sports, a committed family man, and a devout Christian who also has strong views on homosexuality, and gay marriage, in particular.

In the past, Dungy has shared his thoughts on what he would do if he had a gay player on his team, and has supported the Indiana Family Institute, “a conservative policy organization that has sought to make gay marriage specifically illegal in the state of Indiana.”

So it’s with some surprise that the Colts head coach would be such a big fan of the Democratic nominee for president, Barack Obama. From Peter King’s MMQB: “I pay a lot of attention to it. I never thought I’d see it in my lifetime and until [the] Iowa [primary], I still had my doubts whether it would happen. It’s thrilling. It’s important. When we won the Super Bowl, people said to me they never thought they’d see an African-American coach in that position. But this is so much more significant, obviously. It’s great for our country.”
–Indianapolis coach Tony Dungy, on Barack Obama winning the Democratic presidential nomination.

I asked Dungy if he’d be interested in making an appearance with Obama, if the senator asked.

“I would do it,” he said, smiling broadly.This isn’t the first time Dungy has praised Obama, but it paints an interesting portrait of a deeply religious man who also appreciates the struggles of African-Americans in this country.Continue Reading




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