I WONDER IF DICK CHENEY OPPOSES THIS TOO

So they're banging the drum pretty loudly here in Indiana to have the day after the Super Bowl declared a holiday. The national media have picked up on the story as well and are calling for a federal holiday.

For the Super Bowl.

ESPN is currently running a front-page poll that has about 57% "yes" votes for creating a Super Bowl holiday, which means that among both the national media and the general public the idea of honoring the day after a football game with a federal holiday enjoys about as much support (if not more, depending on location) as Martin Luther King Day.

Oh well, we already know how the White House feels about designating more federal holidays. Unless…..no, I'm sure they don't have a problem with MLK. Their objections are certainly general in nature and apply to all holidays equally.

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2 Responses to “I WONDER IF DICK CHENEY OPPOSES THIS TOO”

  1. cerb Says:

    While I'm glad I moved out of Indiana, here in Texas we have "Confederate Heroes Day." That being said, I'd wager a higher population of Texans support having the holiday than Hoosiers.

    It's kind of like all the retards petitioning IU and Purdue to cancel Monday classes after the Super Bowl. They need time to return their Marvin Harrison and Brian Urlacher jerseys because everyone knows at least 75% of the IU student body just started to love football when the Colts and Bears got into the Super Bowl.

  2. Nick Says:

    Oh yes, now I remember why I hate everyone.