The Redskins Rule is a trend involving National Football League games and United States presidential elections. Briefly stated, there is a high correlation between the outcome of the last Washington Redskinshome football game prior to the U.S. Presidential Election and the outcome of the election: when the Redskins win, the incumbent party wins the electoral vote for the White House; when the Redskins lose, the non-incumbent party wins. This coincidence has been noted by many sports and political commentators and has held true in every election since 1940, except for that of 2004.[2
Tuesday, January 20, 2009; The Republican Leadership Pledge a campaign of obstruction against everything President Obama wants or does, even before the President had one night in The Oval Office. Do Not Ask What Good We Do: Inside the U.S. House of Representatives
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