The Florida Gators win the national championship and crybabies from Utah to Washington, D.C., are complaining. In the latest protest, 12 members of Congress voted against or abstained from voting for a resolution commending the Gators on the championship. Some opposed the resolution because of the BCS.

But at least one voted against Florida for more understandable reasons—good old fashioned SEC hatred. According to the AP story you can read embedded below, “A spokesman for Rep. Bobby Bright, an Alabama Democrat and Auburn University graduate, said his reasons for not supporting the measure were simpler: He simply couldn’t bring himself to support a school that is such a bitter rival of his state’s universities.”

At least that makes more sense than lawsuits and the threat to nationalization the college football national championship process.

But what the hell, Washington wants to nationalize everything else these days, why not college football? The government does such a good job on everything else. Right?

8 thoughts on “One vote against Florida and the BCS”

  1. Yea our tax $$$ need to be doin important stuff like keepin the broke man broke!

    Is hussein gone yet?

  2. Nice retort will be the one here to take someone elses thoughts and spin it your direction, LIKE TURN LEFT turn left not not right turn left!
    Stupid ass fukboy!

  3. Florida beat eleven bowl teams and two #1 ranked teams. To vote against this measure is rediculous.

    Jelously is not a virtue Mr. Bright.

  4. Not really omni florida gators and your superman really did not impress me that much.the way your super man talks u can really see where he has taken a few to many hits to the head and want be shit in pro football.

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