Special Olympics Bowler Challenges Obama: 'I Can Beat the Prez'

In the wake of President Barack Obama's insensitive gaffe on Thursday's "Tonight Show," a Special Olympics bowler, with a staggering 266 average, has marvelously challenged the current White House resident to a match.

Such was first briefly reported by TMZ Friday, with an elaboration by the Detroit Free Press Saturday:

On Friday, a Special Olympian from Ann Arbor fired back: "I can beat the president."

Kolan McConiughey has rolled five perfect games in his life -- including a 300 last fall in Lansing while competing in the Special Olympics.

Below the fold is a truly heart-warming video about McConiughey:

If Obama has any character, he'll take Kolan up on this challenge, and promise a sizable donation to the Special Olympics if this remarkable young man beats him.

Stay tuned.

Noel Sheppard
Noel Sheppard
Noel Sheppard, Associate Editor of NewsBusters, passed away in March of 2014.