November 02, 2006

How to choose the next government

The 3 main political party societies are going on a bar crawl tonight. This led to a conversation between a few of us in my kitchen last night. Obviously the main aim of tonight’s bar crawl is to have a good time but one of us came up with what I thought was a really interesting idea, even if a little controversial. This idea was whoever drinks the most should form the next government. Who needs elections when you have alcohol deciding the next government? This could be the perfect solution to voter apathy!

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    You sure you’re not a lib dem?

    02 Nov 2006, 22:33

  2. I’m a Tory. This post was intended as a joke. I’m not seriously advocating replacing elections with drinking competitions.

    03 Nov 2006, 12:49

  3. no muslims in the next government then?

    09 Nov 2006, 13:32

  4. Read the above comment (number 2) of mine and you will see that I do not in any way advocate replacing elections with drinking competitions. I do not want to exclude anyone from the next government (apart from maybe criminals). This is not a serious post. It was intended as a joke!

    09 Nov 2006, 14:40

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