Here is what you do. Every time during the debate, Iggy says, or does these things, you drink. Seeing as it is a weeknight, I leave the choice of drink to you.
1. Eyebrows, anything with his eyebrows moving...DRINK.
2. Shoulders shrugging...DRINK.
3. Says, "I"...DRINK.
(Maybe we should make this just count the number of times instead, because if we drink every time he says "I", we won't last past the 5 minute mark.)
4. Points his finger...DRINK.
5. Says, "A _____ if necessary, but not necessarily a _____. DRINK.
6. We will have to raise taxes....DRINK.
7. Any reference to Americans or the US, such as "I voted for Kerry" or "the US is my country too". ..DRINK.
8. Coalition, alliance, ...DRINK.
9. Pretending he is just an average Canadian...DRINK.
10. Any reference to "didn't get it done"...DRINK.
11. Lies about not voting in other countries, or voting in Canada...DRINK.
12. Likes his junk touched...DRINK.
13. Likes ladies underwear...DRINK.
And the big one:
14. Any time he refers to himself as being Canadian!...DRINK.
(I suspect we are going to be double drinking because he will try to use the "I am Canadian" line, which means we drink because of the "I" and the "Canadian". )
Okay, your mission is to add to the drink game. To my lefty trolls, this is not about Harper, if you want it to be, go create your own game.
To start the game off, we have the first comment that really illustrates why Iggy is not Canadian:
More comments like this one should be easy to find. So, get your beer and popcorn ready! Let the games begin!
While Mr. Ignatieff was gone, I emigrated to this country from Scotland, married a Canadian girl, had two sons, lost my wife to cancer, married again, had another child, saw one son go off to join the Canadian forces, had a thirty year career in entertainment and I don't even get to vote. I used to but Pierre Trudeau and Bill Bennett took the vote away from landed immigrants.
Do I have a grasp of Canadian politics?
Of course I do.
Do I feel qualified to represent Scots in a General election?
Certainly not. I'm completely out of touch with respect to British politics.
To imagine that I could somehow go home and hold the highest office in the land after a thirty year absence? That would take a heck of a lot of arrogance.