By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
As the Miami Heat's lead skyrocketed Thursday night from 5 just after halftime to an insurmountable 24 by the end of the third quarter, their fans outside the AmericanAirlines Arena decided it was time to celebrate the team's second NBA championship in six years.
There is no need to over-analyze the Washington Nationals' just-completed homestand. After dropping two of three to the Philadelphia Phillies and then getting swept in three games by the New York Mets, the Nationals only could concede what they probably already knew.
"This is the best game they've ever had _ the best final. It's unbelievable how they stepped up. It's not just one person. It's everybody," Hernandez said.
Orlando Hernandez, 33, noted it had been a team effort, with major Game 5 contributions coming from supporting players Mike Miller, Mario Chalmers and Shane Battier.