Proving that even Gov. Rendell can be upstaged on an Eagles matter, the fall-out continued Wednesday from President Obama's call to Jeffrey Lurie in support of the Eagles giving Michael Vick a second chance.
The president actually had a point, whereas Rendell's insistence that postponing Sunday's game amid a killer snowstorm was just silly, talk-radio posturing. (Keep in mind: this is an end-of-term governor angling for a TV talk show.)
But snow melts and the president's critics are here to stay, it seems. That explains why the call to Lurie became fodder for a Fox News tool (or fool), who said Vick should have paid the ultimate price for cruelly abusing our four-legged friends in dog fights. (See video.)
More interesting - and instructive - was the column by former White House aide Tevi Troy in which he opined that presidents should stay away from football, period.