Obama can't seem to know when to verbally hold 'em, and when to fold 'em.

President Barack Obama just a few weeks after telling millions of American business and corporation owners, "You didn't build that," has now set off the millions who subscribe to "Tebow mania." Obama was recently a call-in guest on a Columbus radio station morning show during his campaign stop there. He weighed in on the New York Jet's latest acquisition, as well as Penn State.

Obama said Mark Sanchez, the Jets' incumbent starter, "Led them to the playoffs two years in a row."

While everyone knows that, and the two-headed QB system could result in controversy.

Obama's remarks were really not necessary, according to critics. As for Penn State,  Obama said he was a great admirer of the program but supports the NCAA's over-the-top penalties.

By the way, the owner of the Jets is a big Romney supporter.