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Given the unpredictability of who you prefer to win the election vs. how they will actually do, I'll go with a super bowl win. I wanted Bush to win in 2000, nuff said. If we're talking about would you rather we dig our way out of this economic crisis or see a Patriots Super Bowl, that one is a no brainer. Super Bowl again.... syke
I don't know what I might have said in 2000. Everything seemed fine on the political front. I remember thinking 'just how bad could this guy(Bush) be?' and it had been so, so long since the area's last championship. I can't say for certain what I might have said if this thread's proposition involved fixing last February's indignity. Having all of the NFL bow down to the Pats doing something no other team had ever done would have been appealing...
However, right now, today, There's no comparison. Sure its the nation that got itself into this mess and its the nation that'll have to work its way out; but I see this guy as a catalyst for taking the steps necessary to do it.