Teddy Roosevelt levels Pirates Pierogi, is 'speaking softly' no longer
President Theodore Roosevelt's foreign policy was famously summed up by his phrase, "speak softly and carry a big stick" -- the idea being that a strong country doesn't seek conflict, but is strong enough to end one when it has to.
It appears that in the case of the Pirates Pierogies and their ongoing feud with the Nationals' Racing Presidents, T.R.'s famous ideology has gone out the window:
Yes, the Racing Pierogies decided to visit Nationals Park on Friday as their hometown squad took on the Nats, and things ended poorly for Potato Pete when he found himself on the business end of an aerial assault from our nation's 26th President.
Let's take one more look, because watching a former U.S. President demolish a pierogi will never not be funny: