Ann Althouse has some tweets from #NotMySuperBowl. We were delighted to find out that it was satire. Here are Ann’s examples:
refuse to accept the results of the AFC and NFC championship games.Tomorrow I’ll be protesting, looting, and rioting. #NotMySuperBowl
But the Packers won the popular vote #NotMySuperBowl
We demand Tom Brady release his football air pressure statements. #NotMySuperBowl
It is our Super Bowl so we were glad to see the tweeters with tongue firmly in cheek. On the other hand, here is an editorial from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Unfortunately, we don’t think they mean it as satire.
There’s no telling how Obama’s legacy might have fared had an atmosphere of bipartisan cooperation prevailed. In our grade book, the now former president gets an A for perseverance, a solid B-plus for economic management and another A for good conduct. But he leaves office with conspicuous incompletes on foreign affairs and overall leadership courage.
Perhaps it is time to start tweeting. #IWishHeWasReplacedSooner.