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Netroots Knows How to Party?
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Below, a few selections culled from the DailyKos New Year’s Eve party guide:

If your representative is a Democrat, drink a glass of champagne. If your representative is a Republican, say “I’ll do whatever it takes to win next time” and do a shot of hard liquor.

Take one drink for each time you canvassed in 20067 for a Democratic candidate.

Take one drink for each time you phone-banked in 20067 for a Democratic candidate.

If you have accused someone of personally insulting you at DKos take one drink. If you have written a diary about “civility” at DKos take 5 drinks.

Take three drinks if you’ve written a Letter to the Editor in the last month.

Take a small sip for every time you cursed Republicans today. (Just a small one, we don’t want you unconscious for midnight!)

It’s not quite “Auld Lang Syne” (“And we will take a cup of kindness yet for old long ago!”), and clearly no accounting for taste. Still, the Kossacks do their best and, so, here’s hoping 2008 will be the year their doctors finally get the meds blend right!

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