Charles Barkley may be the least censored individual on television. Considering the popularity the Hall of Famer has brought to TNT's NBA broadcasts and the sports Emmy he recently won, Barkley isn't likely to have his antics toned down.
That said, Barkley took it to the edge again Sunday night. While TNT aired a clip of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney at Boston's TD Garden during the Celtics-Hawks game, Barkley, an admitted Democratic (but former Republican) heckled the candidate.
"We're going to beat you like a drum in November," Barkley said. "Don't take it personally. You seem like a nice guy, but you're going down, bro."
As usual with Barkley’s questionable comments, in-studio host Ernie Johnson appears to quickly try and change the conversation.
Barkley has considered the idea of running for governor of Alabama twice, as a republican in 1995 and a democrat in 2010. He also told New Republic in 2008 he was apolitical.
Romney, the governor of Massachusetts from 2003-2007, watched the Celtics game with his wife, Ann, and friend Bob White about 12 rows deep at mid-court, according to the Associated Press.
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