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(Boulder Daily Camera)   A sports bar is actually a great place to watch the debates. Chicken wings for some, miniature American flags for others   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, American flags, Delaware Democratic Party, University of Denver, Colorado Republican Party, security increase, Fred Storck  
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2012-10-04 08:13:49 AM  
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Summoner101: Studson: We watch them at Manual's tavern in virginia highlands. It's a great way to play drinking games and get in lively debates.

If you're drunk enough and the bar isn't packed, you can even debate Obama yourself!

Well, when you do win the debate, the dems will blame the bartender.
2012-10-04 11:03:32 AM  
1 vote:
Let's Go Donkeys! *clap clap, clap-clap-clap*
2012-10-04 08:20:20 AM  
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meanmutton: RandomAxe: Political affiliation is mostly a sportsfan thing anyway. It's only a matter of time until Congress gives up the business suits for uniforms with corporate patches and we have donkey and elephant mascots romping around the Capitol.

I just hope the Dems never trade for a tool like Ryan or Santorum.

As long as broth side starts recruiting from the foreign leagues, we'll be okay.

No need for a LaPen or Hollande.

Stupid autocorrect... "broth" should be "neither"
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