Chicago Bears QB, Jay Cutler said he’s voting for Mitt Romney


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Chicago Bears quarterback, Jay Cutler was asked on his weekly segment on  WMVP-AM 1000, who he would be voting for this  election.

“That’s a touchy subject,” Cutler said initially. “Yeah, I have been following the debates and everything. I do live in Tennessee. I’m voting for Mitt (Romney) this election season.”

Cutler then quickly asked co-hosts Waddle and Marc Silverman their voting choice.

“I’m voting for Mitt Romney, as well,” Waddle said. As many in attendance at Tommy Nevin’s in Evanston booed, Waddle added: “That’s what this country is all about: choice.”

Silverman then said, “I’m voting on Tuesday… I’m voting for the President.”

President Obama endorsed the Chicago Bears last night during Monday Night Football. In the halftime interview with Chris Berman, Obama said the Bears have the best defense in the league, and that Peanut Tillman should get Defensive Player of the Year in the NFL.