So you think the Super Bowl is a good game to watch on TV? Well, I’m not sure if that was the case a few years ago, but today it’s certainly the game of the season. And when you think about it, isn’t that because of the fact that we are in the midst of another Presidential Election?
The game that we love to watch as the Super Bowl, for whatever reason, is made even more special when the date changes to fit the period of time that the election will be held. Now, as a matter of fact, you could argue that the Super Bowl is even more important in this Election Season because we are living through one of the most volatile political times that this country has ever seen.
So, obviously, the Super Bowl, with its combination of music, glamour and entertaining athletes, is the only way to really have fun and enjoy this wonderful game that we all love. And by fun, I don’t mean a jock or a prissy girl in their mind.
If you ask me, I think the Super Bowl is more than just a game – and to make it that much more important, we will have an election soon. And I am all for it. No matter what side of the fence you are on, you should be proud of your vote.
Then there’s the fun factor when you see the team you root for meet your expectations and they win! You know it’s been a long and hard fought season, but let’s face it; when it comes down to it, winning is all that matters. In fact, it can be so much fun, you might forget about the election and enjoy the game alone.
As long as you’re not watching the game on the tube, I think you will agree with me that the Super Bowl is a must watch if you love sports. Maybe you have some other games to watch and will watch the game on cable TV instead.
I don’t care where you go – whether it’s on your TV or on your computer, the Super Bowl has never been more important. Make it count this year!
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