Today there are a lot of things to write about - Romney's win in Nevada, Gingrich's plan to make it to the convention, Santorum's Colorado gambit, Ron Paul's strong showing in the desert, Obama's war on religion, the fact that if Fast and Furious were a Bush scandal it would have been front page headline news for months now, Iran and Israel seemingly headed for a conflict, the chaos that has come from Obama's Middle East non-policy, the economy, etc. But it's Super Bowl day. Posting is probably going to be light today.
I'm busy making chili and getting ready to enjoy the game, the pre-game, the commercials, the half-time show (even though it's Madonna) and the general atmosphere of Super Bowl Sunday. Neither of the teams in the game were teams I was cheering for this year, but in the past I have followed both teams at times. Not being in an NFL city (yet), I have the luxury of shifting allegiances at will, though I typically follow a team for a few years before moving on. That said, it's difficult to cheer against a team with name Patriots.
Enjoy the game everyone!