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  • Everyone watches it

    From 6:00P.M. To until the game ends, everyone in the United States is glued to their televisions watching the Super Bowl. Last year NBC said that practically 50% of America was watching the Super Bowl. Having work the mext day or having school the next day is okay but it is unfair to the students who have tests the next day. All teachers should not be able to put a test the next day if they know that most of their class is going to be watching the biggest televised game in the country. Lets be honest also, the Super Bowl is exciting from start to finish, you don't want to miss it. You don't want to leave your seat because even the commercials are exciting! And lets not forget about the Halftime show with some very respected artists performing. The whole event is something that no American should be left out on because we all know the next day everyone is talking about it. So I say make it a National Holiday and let every American enjoy this event that brings us all together. Lets not have anything to stress or worry about this next Super Bowl Monday.

  • Super Bowl Should Be Holiday

    The day of the Super Bowl should be a holiday because many people already call-in or pretend to be sick that day anyways. This'll be a holiday Americans can enjoy. (Not saying you can't enjoy the other ones). There are many pros and cons to both sides of the argument, but overall, I say yes!

  • Super Bowl Should Be Holiday

    The day of the Super Bowl should be a holiday because many people already call-in or pretend to be sick that day anyways. This'll be a holiday Americans can enjoy. (Not saying you can't enjoy the other ones). There are many pros and cons to both sides of the argument, but overall, I say yes!

  • It Shouldn't Be A Holiday

    Super Bowl Sunday should not be a national holiday. For one, not everyone watches football or care for the sport. The NFL's championship game also has no significance at all outside of being a big day for sports fans. There are many other things that should get consideration before the Super Bowl.

  • No, the Super Bowl should not be a national holiday.

    Football is a loved sport in America and the Super Bowl is probably the apex of sporting events, but making it a national holiday would be taking things a bit too far. There are no other sporting events that are marked as national holidays. The Super Bowl needs to be kept as a sporting event.

  • Day after

    If you're going to make anything a holiday make it the day after the Super Bowl so people can party to their hearts content and not have to bumble into work the next day. Not really a fan of this idea either, but it makes more sense than making the day itself one.

  • Making the Super Bowl a National Holiday Would Demean Real Holidays

    National Holidays should be meaningful, if not emotional, days that are meant to unite an entire nation. Take Memorial Day for example: this holiday asks every member of our nation to remember those who have died to protect our rights. The Super Bowl is an event that promotes a sport, which has little actual relevance to the past and future of our country. Making the Super Bowl a national holiday would be a disgrace to the true national holidays.


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