We've got a couple of very (very very) important events coming up for ol' New England in the next few days - First being the Super Bowl
(Have you heard about this? Apparently this little team called the Patriots are playing some team called the Giants? Anyone?)
and the second is Super Tuesday.
Or is it Super Duper Tuesday? Can we make a decision on this please?
When my secret lover, Tom Brady, and the Pats annihilate the lesser Manning brother and his team there will be a scheduling conflict between the rolling rally and Super Tuesday.
The problem is this - The rally needs to be held on Tuesday, due to the fact that Brady and seven other players need to leave for the Pro Bowl on Wednesday, and if you haven't caught on yet from the name the Massachusetts primary is that same day.
Will people be interested in voting in the primary if they're too busy packing up their families to head to Boston to celebrate the Patriots' 19-0 season? Will they choose to vote before or after the rolling rally or will they even bother? And if they bother but then partake of a few too many spirits during the celebration before voting do we need to chance all the "Bill Belichick for President!" write in votes?
What would you do?
First, are you planning on attending the rolling rally if the Patriots win? Will you still vote in the primary if you do? But more importantly, are we risking a jinx by even speaking about this?
Forget everything I just said. Just forget this discussion ever came up, okay?
Nope, no talk of rallies here.
*backing away slowly*