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Debate Drinking Game
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The Republican and Democratic debates are back to back tonight, and if you’re planning on watching both I don’t recommend being entirely sober. So take a sip of your favorite adult beverage if:

Anyone says “change”
Anyone refers to Romney’s flip-flops
Anyone mentions Wyoming (two sips if it’s someone other than Romney; Charlie Gibson counts)
Romney mentions the Olympics
Huckabee uses alliteration (i.e. calling for a “flatter, fairer, finite, and family friendly” tax code)
McCain mentions the surge (two sips if a Democrat mentions the surge)
Giuliani mentions 9/11
Ron Paul mentions monetary policy
Obama says “hope” (two sips if he says “hopemonger”)
Edwards says “corporate greed”
Edwards says “fight” (two sips if he mentions blood or kicking butt)
Hillary says “experience”
Bill Richardson is asked a question where his non-viability is assumed (i.e. why haven’t you dropped out, who’s your second choice, etc.)

Finish the glass if Hillary cackles. Finish the bottle if Hillary drops the n-bomb.

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