Finally! A debate game the whole family can play. Even the Romney family.
Barack Obama brings up Big Bird? One chicken wing. Mitt Romney brings up Big Bird? All the chicken wings.
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Any time a candidate steers a foreign policy question toward a reaffirmation of America's relationship with Israel, take a bite of bagel with a schmear of pandering.
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1%, 47%, 53%, 99%, or 100%. Divide your pizza into the mentioned proportion and consume either the larger or smaller share, depending on whether you're a Real American or not.
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If Obama mentions Michelle, eat as much organic kale as you can stomach.
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Either candidate tells a story about meeting a (possibly invented) member of the middle class: throw the food of your choice at the screen.
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Either candidate pronounces Social Security as Sosal Sicurity, stuff your mouth with marshmallows while saying "chubby bunny."
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Any time Obama starts an answer with "Look" or Romney attempts a laugh (depending on your partisanship), eat whatever snack you find most comforting.
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