Former Redskins TE is running for Congress and boy is he going hard
Clint Didier, a former tight end for the Washington Redskins, is running for Congress in Washington state’s 4th congressional district on a limited government platform.
Among his other ambitions, Didier wants to eliminate the Department of Education and withdraw the United States from the United Nations. He also wants to fully repeal Obamacare and abolish the Federal Reserve.
Glenn Beck interviewed the former NFL player on his radio program Monday, and asked the man how he became so passionate about current events.
“I’ve got four children. I got five grandchildren. And I’ve lived the American dream,” Didier said. “I got to play in the NFL. Three Super Bowls. And it was all when Ronald Reagan was the president and this country was united. We had our first black quarterback by the name of Doug Williams, and I caught a pass from him in Super Bowl XXII. And since then we’ve been on a slippery slope going downhill.”
I am not sure if he is going a little overboard, but the United States does need an overhaul.