Rep. Anh 'Joseph' Cao invited to President Obama's Super Bowl party
What's better than watching your team play in the Super Bowl? Rep. Joe Cao (R) of New Orleans was planning a trip to Florida when he got an even more exclusive opportunity: President Obama asked the first-termer to watch the game with him.
"We decided to pick the White House over Miami," the "die-hard" Saints fan told us. "Actually, my daughters [5 and 6 years old] are more excited because they want to see the president's daughters."
Last year, Obama invited about 75 guests over for a Super Bowl party: The game on the big screen, movies for the kids and snacks for everyone. But the bipartisan list might be cut by the snowstorm: Cao's family, for instance, is set to fly here Saturday. Either way, Cao predicts a win: Saints 38-24.
The Reliable Source
February 5, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
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