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Published: Tuesday, Jan. 28 2014 5:55 p.m. MST

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Anti Bush-Obama
Chihuahua, 00

I wish people cared about their dying country as much as they cared about this ridiculous football game. Do people even care that if they go to this game that they will be having their 4th amendments violated? Obviously not, if they're going to be attending this equivalent of a Roman Gladatorial event.

DEW Cougars
Sandy, UT

Well, maybe we don't have to worry about this OOPS stuff that keep coming to this Super Bowl during half time. Remember Michael Jackson sister, Interesting,

Mister J
Salt Lake City, UT

to Anti Bush-Obama

Its a game. Relax. The flaws of SB48 are; 1 )the donkeys are representing the AFC, 2) the 1/2 time entertainment, & 3) its being played in NJ

Herriman, UT

One of the beauty of sports is that it gives us the chance to take a break from thinking about our "dying country." Life is too short.

Cottonwood Heights, UT

@Anti Bush-Obama: you may want to take note that there is NEVER a 4th amendment violation when you consent to the search. By entering the venue, everyone has consented to be searched. On another note... Lighten up!

Rural sport fan

You do know that the people that are serving our country, that obviously care enough to risk their lives for it, will be watching this game?

This game is a part of the rich tapestry that is America. Don't like it? Don't watch it. I'll make you a deal, we can trade apathy...you miss this one, and I'll miss every MLS championship ever played.

Meanwhile, the rest of us will be watching men who excel at something, who have worked to hone their skills to an extremely high level, as they try to reach the ultimate goal in their chosen profession. Yeah, they get paid obscene amounts of money, and yeah, it can be pretty brutal. But on the best days, at certain times, it is art.

At least they won't be satisfied with playing not to lose, as our politicians (and soccer players) seem to do.

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