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Even Mitt Romney Thinks Arizona’s Governor Should Veto The Bill That Could Cost The State Super Bowl XLIX
There’s a bill on the desk of Arizona governor Jan Brewer that will become law in five days if she does not veto it. Senate Bill 1062 would give religious people in Arizona the ability to refuse or restrict services to gay people based on their beliefs.
Mitt Romney was at the Marquez-Pacquiao fight and he apparently had primo seats, good enough for this awesome reaction shot to Marquez’s knockout punch.
The Definitive List Of Who Athletes Are Voting For, So You Can Decide If You’ll Hate Them From Now On
Well, the presidential campaign’s over, and I’m happy about it. And nothing makes me realize just how happy I am more than seeing what the end of the campaign came to last night: interviews for both candidates with Chris effing Berman. After the jump, see him talk to Mitt Romney and hare in my joy that we’ve reached the end.
According to a report from Sports Business Journal, both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney have reached out to ESPN about appearing on the November 5th telecast of Monday Night Football, when the Philadelphia Eagles will visit the New Orleans Saints.
The Creator Of Friday Night Lights Is None Too Happy That Mitt Romney Adopted The Show’s Most Famous Slogan
If you watched (the TV show version of) Friday Night Lights, the phrase “Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can’t Lose” means something to you, and you might not be okay with seeing the phrase enter the world of politics. Well, f you weren’t, it turns out you have some good company: namely, the creator of Friday Night Lights.
Wes Welker: “Romney Sounds Like He’s Using His Own Words. Obama Sounds Like He’s Using Someone Else’s.”
There was a presidential debate Wednesday night and don’t Twitter know it. Athletes from all sides of the aisle came to be a part of it. Click through for the makeshift pundits and be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Woody Johnson Would Take Mitt Romney In The White House, Even If It Meant The Jets Never Got To Visit
Jets owner Woody Johnson’s job is to assemble a team capable of winning a Super Bowl. Meh to that, says Johnson. The Jets owner would sooner see his pal in the oval office than have his football team win a Super Bowl. Feel your last shred of dignity evaporate after the jump, Jets fans.
Obama Saying, “We’re The Miami Heat, And He’s Jeremy Lin” About Mitt Romney Is A Thing That Happened
The New York Times published a story on President Barack Obama yesterday detailing his competitiveness and drive to do well in everything he tries (as well as his fondness for pointing out this personality trait to others). Not surprisingly, that competitiveness currently manifests itself most clearly in an intense desire to beat Mitt Romney in November and avoid becoming a one-term president. How intense? So intense that the sports metaphors came out.