[crscore]Lindsey Graham[/crscore] says the day Barack Obama leaves office will be a national holiday.
The candidates in the CNBC undercard debate on Wednesday were asked if the day after the Super Bowl should be a national holiday.
Governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal, said “Absolutely when the Saints go back and repeat.”
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum bragged about how the Steelers were usually in the Super Bowl, and it was already a national holiday.
Former New York governor George Pataki explained that as a “long-suffering Jets fan” he would “absolutely not” want the the day after the Super Bowl to be a national holiday.
Graham said that a “national holiday would be the day that Commander in Chief Barack Obama doesn’t have that job. But unlike these other three, I want to win New Hampshire. Go Tom Brady, go Patriots!”