Found November 06, 2012 on Throw The Flag:
It’s no secret that today is election day and I’m sure your Facebook and Twitter feeds have been filled with nothing but political opinions. Well, an Alabama fan (@JonChumbler) decided to change that for us. He wrote in Nick Saban (The Alabama Crimson Tide Head Football Coach) and Jay Seawell (The Alabama Crimson Tide Head Golf Coach). Maybe it’s time for a change in a country. Maybe we need to start oversigning, beat our rivals, and win National Championships. Vote Saban and Seawell in 2012! ROLL TIDE!
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