Obama SOTU Drinking Game!

You can live blog it here! I will be live blogging one next door on WWL.

You have to take a sip of your beverage of choice every time he says “Our Safety” or “Security.”

Make it a long slug if he says “Wall Street” and “Reform” in the same breath without even a touch of a twitch.

Do a shot every time he says “Grow the economy,” or the “Fight.”

A double shot for every time he says “Moving Forward.”

If he mentions that the HCR bill is a good thing in any way, forget the shot glass go ahead and drain half the bottle.

Hit the bong once for any mention of Al CIAduh, and shot gun it to the person on your left if that mention is followed by a “Bin Laden.”

One line of sweet Peruvian Pink if he says ‘Bipartisanship” or “Reaching Across the Aisle.”

Go straight for the mescaline if he saber rattles Iran.

One square of Mr Natural blotter acid if he talks of war in Yemen.

One MDMA if he speaks of “Israel’s Security.”

Tap a vein for street heroine if he claims “Success” in his first year.

If he blames liberals? Just shoot your TV’s.

I figure the live blog will last less than 4 minutes before we all pass out, in desparate need of our stomachs pumped.

The Oracle has Spoken. Be here at 9 for the show. Heh.


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    • Diane G on January 28, 2010 at 00:49
  1. WaPo (I get alerts in my inbox) reports BHO to ask for end of DODT

    ASK for…?

    • Edger on January 28, 2010 at 00:58

    completely farkin’ wrecked by the end of this speech. A total mess.

    If I were you I’d lie down on the rug before he starts, so you don’t break anything. 😉

    • Wom Bat on January 28, 2010 at 01:03
    • TMC on January 28, 2010 at 01:08

    High speed trains are on the Fast Track. Pardon the pun. 😉

  2. susan g has excerpts up already at GS FP. how do they do that?

    We face big and difficult challenges.  And what the American people hope – what they deserve – is for all of us, Democrats and Republicans, to work through our differences; to overcome the numbing weight of our politics.  For while the people who sent us here have different backgrounds and different stories and different beliefs, the anxieties they face are the same.  The aspirations they hold are shared.  A job that pays the bill.  A chance to get ahead.  Most of all, the ability to give their children a better life.

    You know what else they share?  They share a stubborn resilience in the face of adversity.  After one of the most difficult years in our history, they remain busy building cars and teaching kids; starting businesses and going back to school.  They are coaching little league and helping their neighbors.  As one woman wrote to me, “We are strained but hopeful, struggling but encouraged.”

    It is because of this spirit – this great decency and great strength – that I have never been more hopeful about America’s future than I am tonight.  Despite our hardships, our union is strong.  We do not give up.  We do not quit.  We don’t allow fear or division to break our spirit.  In this new decade, it’s time the American people get a government that matches their decency; that embodies their strength.   And tonight, I’d like to talk about how together, we can deliver on that promise.    

    • Diane G on January 28, 2010 at 02:53

    start your dialysis.

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