Wall Street Journal reports Teddy seeks meeting with Obama, McCain calls it a “vast left wing conspiracy”

The Nationals are seeking a tête-à-tête between racing president Teddy Roosevelt and Barack Obama, as Arizona Senator John McCain calls Teddy’s losing streak a “vast left-wing conspiracy being organized by pinko commie liberals,” according to Saturday’s Wall Street Journal. The front page story by diplomatic correspondent Neil King, Jr. caps a week in which the … Continue reading Wall Street Journal reports Teddy seeks meeting with Obama, McCain calls it a “vast left wing conspiracy”

Barack Obama joins the Let Teddy Win movement

President Barack Obama has thrown his support behind the Let Teddy Win movement, the White house said Thursday. Obama was responding to Republican Senator John McCain’s call for a congressional investigation into the Washington Nationals’ conspiracy against racing president Teddy Roosevelt in a video report that aired Tuesday on ESPN’s E:60. White House spokesman Jay … Continue reading Barack Obama joins the Let Teddy Win movement

Photo: Racing presidents at the White House on July 4

The Washington Nationals’ racing presidents made yet another appearance at the White House yesterday, joining president Barack Obama and his family for an Independence Day barbecue honoring military heroes and their families. The appearance was part of a renewed effort by the Nats’ organization to embrace the military this year. The First Lady also appeared … Continue reading Photo: Racing presidents at the White House on July 4

Racing presidents chase White Sox Southpaw on Segways

The Washington Nationals returned to town Friday night for a short homestand of interleague play against the Chicago White Sox and Kansas City Royals, sandwiched at either end with starts by rookie pitcher Stephen Strasburg. President Barack Obama joined the sellout crowd on Friday to see his beloved White Sox take on the Nationals new … Continue reading Racing presidents chase White Sox Southpaw on Segways

Racing presidents attend White House easter egg roll before opening day game

It was indeed a busy day for the Washington Nationals racing presidents. While Nats fans were lining up for the opening day festivities at Nationals Park, the racing presidents were across town, further cementing their new roll as DC-area icons. For the third straight year, George, Tom, Abe, and Teddy were invited to participate in … Continue reading Racing presidents attend White House easter egg roll before opening day game