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There are some other important elements to this discussion. The President is no fair-weather fan (though cynics may point out PA has many more electoral votes than AZ). In fact, before becoming a Bears fan, he was an ardent Steeler booster. It is also worth noting that Pennsylvania-native, Vice President Joe Biden is also rooting for the Steel Curtain to crush the opposition, too.
THE PRESIDENT: I have to say, you know, I wish the Cardinals the best. Kurt Warner is a great story and he's closer to my age than anybody else on the field, but I am a long-time Steelers fan. Mr. Rooney, the owner, was just an extraordinary supporter during the course of the campaign. Franco Harris was campaigning for me in Pittsburgh. So --
THE VICE PRESIDENT: Coach signed up with you, too.
THE PRESIDENT: Right, Coach Tomlin was a supporter. So I -- you know, I wish the best to the Cardinals. They've been long-suffering; it's a great Cinderella story. But other than the Bears, the Steelers are probably the team that's closest to my heart.
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