By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Bill Khayat lived in Detroit, Atlanta, Baltimore and Detroit again before he turned 9. Bob Saunders was 12 when he had to endure the pain of everyone at school knowing that his father had been fired. And yet, Khayat and Saunders both decided to follow their fathers into the grueling and precarious business that is coaching in the NFL.
"My dad and I do talk general philosophies about coaching, but he has never told me that I need to do things a certain way," Bill Khayat said. "It's nice to have someone who understands what you do and has been through a lot of the same things."