Well, ya know, when you talk about Carlos Boozer you're talking about a power forward from Alaska. Not some Washington insider, he's like you and me.
Listen this isn't some Washington insider who isn't Joe Six-Pack. Carlos Boozer does what me and John McCain try to do, which is show the American people that we need a change. We need to shore up this economy, just like Carlos Boozer, who is, ya know, a former Alaskan who also isn't an insider, but Carlos Boozer needs to heal his hamstring.
You know, Carlos Boozer is injured. Say it ain't so, Carlos! I think it's a good barometer, here, as we try to figure out if this is a good time or bad time for Carlos's hamstring, is to go to a Jazz game and turn to any Joe Six-Pack and say, how is Carlos Boozer's hamstring?
And I'll bet you, you're going to hear some fear in that fan's voice, fear regarding the few hamstrings that Carlos Boozer has in his legs. Did he just take a major hit with that hamstring?
Fear about, how are we going to win games? A fear, as Jazz fans, perhaps, how we're going to score points and make more baskets than other teams.
The barometer there, I think, is going to be resounding that his hamstring is hurting and the Utah Jazz have not provided the sound oversight that Carlos Boozer needs.
We're tired of the old hamstrings as usual. And that's why, with all due respect, I do respect Carlos Boozer's performance on the US national team, but I think Alaskans are craving something new and different and that new energy and that new commitment that's going to come with signing Trajan Langdon.