There's nothing wrong with sports teams that support their club without reservation.
That concept shouldn't be applied to politic parties however.
We have two warring teams - the Democrats and the Republicans. Both protect their brand jealously, and mindlessly, to the detriment of the American people.
Those two political teams are supposed to be representing their constituents...not pie-in-the-sky ideologies that ignore reality.
The real concerns that most Americans have are seldom addressed in the political arena where the two parties play their games.
Particularly troubling is the practice of voting along party lines rather than for the best candidate. A good example of that is Louisana governor Bobby Jindal's recent op-ed.
He admits Donald Trump is an ass, but says he felt the party is more important, therefore he's going to vote for him.
It's that kind of attitude - take one for the Gipper - that has produced two candidates that are extremely unpopular wih the general public.
The bottom line is voters are going to be stuck this year voting for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Unlike team sports however, there will be no eventual winner, just millions of losers.
Time for me to walk on down the road...