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Obama's invited Super Bowl guests

From NBC's Ken Strickland
So White House press secretary Robert Gibbs says President Obama invited some congressional folks over to watch the Super Bowl, huh?

Here's the we've been able to track down on the Senate side (in between asking questions about the stimulus, of course). 

Steelers are represented by Arlen Specter (R) and Bob Casey (D).
-- Casey: invited and accepted. His office says he's bring "terrible towels" and something called Eat'n Park Cookies' (a Pittsburgh thing we're told)
-- haven't heard back from Specter's office

*** UPDATE *** Specter's office confirms he has been invited, but staff is trying to sort his day's schedule

Cardinals are represented by Republicans John McCain and Jon Kyl.
-- McCain has been invited but will not attend
-- Kyl's office can't confirm he's been invited, but Kyl was planning on watching the game with his family