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  • Election Results Drinking Game - 2006 Version

       November 07, 2006

    Tonight you can sit back and watch the election results like a responsible, sober adult or you can play my election results drinking game. I refuse to endorse either option, it's your very own "Decision 2006". Whatever you choose to do, have fun. Here are the rules:

    1. Any report of voter fraud - 1 drink.
    2. Any time a race is declared for a candidate with less than 1% of precincts reporting - 2 drinks
    3. "Diebold" - 3 drinks
    4. "Liberal media bias" - 2 drinks.
    5. Any time someone mentions Michael J. Fox - 2 drinks
    6. "Gay marriage" - 1 drink
    7. A gloating Joe Lieberman is interviewed - 2 drinks
    8. Kinky Friedman wins in Texas - 1 delicious margarita
    9. Hillary Clinton's 2008 run for the Presidency is mentioned - 1 drink
    10."bloggers" - 1 drink
    11."control of the House" - 1 sip (let's not get out of control!)
    12. A race is declared and then undeclared -3 drinks
    13. A conservative commentator blames a defeat on Tom Foley - 2 drinks
    14. "stem cells" - 1 drink
    15. Any time a candidate is referred to as being opposed to "immigration" rather than "illegal immigration" - 1 drink
    16. John Kerry defends himself - 2 drinks
    17. Any time Iraq is mentioned when discussing a state race - 3 drinks
    18. A celebrity is interviewed for their election night insight - 2 drinks
    19. The network talking head busts out the whiteboard - 3 drinks
    20. "negative campaigning" - 1 drink
    21. "Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi" - finish the whole bottle

    Posted by at November 7, 2006 01:31 PM

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    #  November 7th, 2006 2:01 PM      james
    #  November 7th, 2006 4:42 PM      kris
    I should have added:

    22. If Britney Spears' divorce overshadows the entire election - 5 drinks  
    #  November 7th, 2006 5:48 PM      themandownthehall
    Dang, Kris, everyone's already drunk based on #1. Frauds being alleged somewhere in nearly every state.

    Doesn't really matter though, the thought of speaker Pelosi has the booze flowing gaurantees lots of drinking...

    Have a good night everyone. It's going to be an interesting night.  
    #  November 7th, 2006 9:06 PM      REV
    - CNN (Communist News Nutwork) mentions "Bring those stupid troops home!" Drain 2 pints of EverClear!  
    #  November 8th, 2006 8:44 AM      PennyTWienerdog
    There is no God!! There is not enough alchohol on this planet to deal with Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the House. Impeachment proceedings start in 5..4..3  
    #  November 9th, 2006 9:04 AM      Kate
    If I had seen these "game rules" a couple of days ago, I might have taken up some serious drinking!  



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