Tony LaRussa: The St. Louis Cardinals manager is a “a supporter of what Arizona is doing. If the national government doesn’t fix your problem, you’ve got a problem. You’ve got to fix it yourself. That’s just part of the American way.” For whatever reason, a bunch of Tea Party supporters showed up at Busch Stadium this week, prompting LaRussa to say he thinks they are “correct” on “a lot of things.” He didn’t elaborate. All indications are that LaRussa was not drunk when he conducted this interview. [ESPN, Post-Dispatch]
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