Found October 22, 2012 on
All good things must come to an end. Alas, tonight is the last evening to collectively get sloshed while watching Barack Obama and Mitt Romney duel it out in a Presidential Debate over foreign policy. America! Democracy! For BroBible’s previous presidential debate drinking games, click here, here, and here. Have your adult beverage of choice ready? Ready to vomit your brains out in two hours from too many buzzwords, zingers, and Twitter snark? Great! Now let’s do this! Without further adieu, presenting our official Presidential Debate drinking game, foreign policy edition.
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