Obama wants Super Bowl decided by negotiation?
President Obama is hosting a Super Bowl party tomorrow and former Senator Fred Thompson said Obama wants it decided by negotiation.
In politics, there's always an occasion to slam the opposition. Even the Super Bowl presents an opportunity. And the president is the top target.Skip to next paragraph
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But he's doing everything right. He's watching the game. He's hosting a Super Bowl party. And if last year is any indication, the game will take precedence over everything else -- including the commercials.
Doesn't make any difference to former senator and presidential candidate Fred Thompson though. He's using the Super Bowl to take a jab at the First Fan.
Earlier today, Thompson took to Twitter to needle him.
Like Thompson or not, that's a pretty good line.
By the way, nine members of Obama's cabinet will attend the White House Super Bowl party tomorrow and at least eight members from Congress will be there. The list includes: