2012 Presidential Election Drinking Game [Pic]

Submitted by: cobrakiller 4 years ago in Games

Have some fun with your friends as we watch the future of your country unfold.
There are 17 comments:
Male 37,774
VV @cobrakiller: That`s why I objected so much! Lolz!
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Male 7,611
5cats, you might die if you tried to play alone.
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Male 37,774
@cobrakiller: oooo! ic! I missed that it`s a "Team Game". My mistake!

(It`s still silly though)
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Male 7,611
5cats, Under rule# 3, it states that it would be best not to drink every time your team wins a state, but take turns within your team. If you plan on watching alone [or just the only person of your beliefs amongst your group], then you, Auburn, Crakr, Ollie, etc., should have your team here on IAB and split drinks.
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Male 37,774
@inaria: Actually, history shows that multi-party systems CAUSE polorization of the parties!
Consider Israel (just for example because I`m familiar with it, there`s 20+ countries just the same)) They have proportional represention, which means if you get 10% of the Vote? You get 10% of the seats!
That means that if 3% of your country are (again, just for example) NAZIs, then the Nazi Party gets 3% of the seats in Parliment!!!
ANY lunitic fringe group who can muster even 0.5% support will WIN SEATS!

And in that system you don`t vote directly FOR a candidate, but rather for a LIST with that party`s leader on top...

It leads to coalitions, gridlock and FEQUENT calls for election...

Just FYI!
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Male 10,855
On top of which, by this logic I should vote Romney because he is going to win my state without any doubt.
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Male 10,855
@lauriloo

As Misfit-Mutt put it it`s not about the odds its about principle. I CANNOT agree with either of the big two candidates, thus I don`t want either one of them to win. As much as I want MY third party to win, I will accept the outcome regardless.
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Female 1,515
@ lauriloo if you think about the amount of people using the same thought process as you, and just voting for the lesser of two evils instead of a third party candidate that they actually might like better, that`s a lot of voters. If everyone decided to just vote for who they actually like, the third party platform might actually start becoming more of a mainstream decision instead of just republican or democrat. And, lets face it, America needs more than two parties, or risks getting more and more retarded polarized politicians.
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Male 37,774
So you`re going to have between 20-30 shots in one night?
Or is "take a drink" meaning "have a SIP of a drink"...

To complex, this be teh stupid...
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Female 349
@Lauriloo
It`s better to vote for who you believe in the most, than to be a sheep.
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Female 349
"...this will be a sober night for you." Riiiiiiight.
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Female 1,803
"I didn`t vote for either of these parties so I`m not eligible"

If you voted third party, you automatically voted for the candidate you definitely DIDN`T want to win. Voting for someone you know has no chance of winning means you didn`t vote for the candidate that HAS a chance of winning and is closest to what you want in a candidate.
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Male 66
Another one here that will be sober, as a matter of fact the entire night shift at work are not eligible for this game.
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Male 5,094
Go Greens!
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Male 878
There`s a good chance the election won`t be settled tonight.
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Male 10,855
I didn`t vote for either of these parties so I`m not eligible
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Male 7,611
Link: 2012 Presidential Election Drinking Game [Pic] [Rate Link] - Have some fun with your friends as we watch the future of your country unfold.
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