One Step Closer to Reality…

In keeping with today’s impromptu blog post theme of dreams involving whiskey, it appears the news is beginning to get eerily similar to a dream I wrote about here last summer:

The . . . dream took place at a Democratic Party presidential debate that utilized a new, two-part format. The first part consisted of a traditional debate, while in the second part, each candidate had to slam back seven shots of whiskey, then give a presentation and hold an open question-and-answer session with the audience.

On CNN’s web site, the following story appeared yesterday:

Clinton Takes a Shot . . . Of Whiskey

. . . Sen. Hillary Clinton relaxed in Crown Point, Indiana and took a shot of a different kind – Crown Royal whiskey.

As part of its vital function in reporting only the most serious news we all need to navigate this uncertain world, CNN helpfully added the following photograph:

Hillary Clinton throws back a shot of Crown Royal

Of course, nobody actually ever reads this blog, but in the highly unlikely event someone from the Clinton or Obama campaigns happens to stumble across this:


I think it would be a great idea to have a Presidential debate in the format described above. After seven shots and open questions from the audience, it would become painfully obvious exactly where each candidate stands on every issue, whether he or she initially intended to reveal their actual positions or not. We in Pennsylvania are positively aching for that kind of candor. If you still need convincing, we’ll all pretend to be undecided!


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