The sloppy "got" is pervasive. It has invaded music, television, movies, advertising, government, food, clothing -- even religion. "Got" often makes the speaker or writer seem like a semi-literate hillbilly, ghetto-dweller or recent immigrant.
I've got to go.
I've got you, babe.
As sloppy English becomes more widespread, it seems normal and acceptable. That's a shame.
That's wonderful, but it's sloppy English, and it's unnecessarily sloppy.