A: Fred Karger's sexual preference.
What's worse for me:
It was not quite a Joe Namath-style guarantee of victory, but President Obama came close on Wednesday when he declared that he's heading to the Super Bowl if his beloved Chicago Bears make it to the game.So what's worse: a happy President but a Bears win, or the entire Tea Party suddenly becoming bandwagon Packer fans? (Except for Limbaugh, who will stick with his Steelers.)
At the end of a quick media spray of his Oval Office meeting with Chinese President Hu Jintao, Obama was asked by a journalist if he's planning to head to the big game on Feb. 6 in Dallas.
"If the Bears win, I'm going no doubt," Obama said matter-of-factly.
If nothing else, Obama perhaps put a little bit more pressure on "Da Bears" this weekend because they first have to beat their rival, Green Bay Packers, in the National Football Conference championship game.
Let's put it this way: I've been a Packer fan a lot longer than I've been a Democrat. And as a Cheesehead who survived the painful mediocrity of the 70s and 80s, I've earned it.
And doesn't the Legislature have important things to do like firing the state employees, cancelling pre-school and disenfranchising voters? Nope, looks like we get to waste a couple days on dove hunting again.