Cheering for Patriots this Super Bowl Cause They’re from a Democrat State

New England Patriots

New England Patriots

Super Bowl LI is tomorrow as I write this. The New England Patriots are in it against the Atlanta Falcons. Generally, I hate all things Patriots, having been a Peyton Manning fan for about two decades since he was in collage. I’m also not a fan of cheaters, never mind repeat cheaters. However, I’ve recently decided there are some things worse than the New England Patriots, and that includes those with no regards for people, their rights and who are hypocrites to everything they say and try and force upon others. That would be those supporting whoever that guy is in the White House who thinks he runs the world and is above the law.

In 8-11, the most recent US election, Georgia voted Republican and Massachusetts voted Democrat. As a result, I’m going to put my pride aside and support the team I’ve hated so much over the years. Seriously, it’s just football. A little cheating ain’t right but it’s just a minor part of life. This whole other political thing, that messes things for everybody, even those who don’t live under that umbrella like me in Ca-na Land.

This Super Bowl, I’m going to be supporting the New England Patriots instead of the Atlanta Falcons cause the Patriots play in a Democrat state. I realize the city of Atlanta voted Democrat, and that Matty Ice played at Boston College in Massachusetts. However, I’m looking at the bigger picture which is what so many Republican supporters fail to see.

Now, this is just a harmless action and it’s just for fun. I’m not going to be too miffed if the Patriots lose, let’s just say it that way. But for the small sake of picking a team to support that isn’t of much interest to me, political lines is the critical factor on which I’m going to make my decision this year.

No more people from Republican states in the White House! (re winning team visit)

GO PATRIOTS! (swallows pride) 😉

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