Packers-Bears: If Bears Go To Super Bowl, Obama Goes, Too

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - The President of the United States has plans to go to Super Bowl, with one caveat.

He says he will go if his favorite team wins the NFC Championship Game, and that favorite team happens to be the Packers' arch-enemy.

According to CNN, President Barack Obama announced Wednesday that he will head to Super Bowl XLV in Dallas if the Chicago Bears are there, meaning if they beat the Green Bay Packers.

What would happen if the Packers go?  Consider the fact that the President will speak in Manitowoc, less than an hour from Lambeau Field, three days after the NFC Championship Game.

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