As President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney face-off for the third and final presidential debate, Anheuser-Busch InBev will be working their magic behind the scenes.
The 2012 Presidential Showdown kicks off at 6 pm (Pacific time) this evening. I’m expecting a spectacular face-off of blood, sweat and tears as Obama swings a left hook for the 47% and Romney calls for a 2-minute time out. As one of the most highly anticipated debates since Slick Willy and Bush Sr., you’ll want to make sure to catch all of the political action.
Of course, this is also the perfect opportunity to get your Democrat and Republican friends together for a grand ‘ol presidential drinking game. You know, the kind where you drink every time your candidate says, “I believe in America ” or “The economy.” The Rules: Take a hearty swig every time your candidate utters any of the above (see image) words or phrases.
Warning, expect to get severely inebriated and for red, white and blue sparks to fly tonight. Ah, America.
“Mr. Speaker, the President of the United States…” that’s how it starts. Creators of the The State of the Union Address Drinking Game 2011 Marc Melzer and Howard Deutsch have taken the annual state of the union address to the next level, by tying it to the idea of extreme inebriation. Ready to get drunk, but need a viable excuse or drinking game? The website for the game has the entire list of rules, regulations and reasons to drink. For those in need of a quick over view, or how normal television-based-drinking-games are conducted, a drink is either a shot or a good gulp of beer…and different events that appear live on the telecast call for a different number of drinks to be consumed. All you have to do is watch the speech and play along. This year’s State of the Union address is scheduled for Tuesday, January 25, 2011 at 9pm Eastern. Drink on DrinkBeasts, drink on!
According to the latest report from the NYDailyNews, our current President, Mr. Obama, has a cholesterol level of 209. This is a “borderline-high” number, especially in comparison to his level of 173 back in 2007. According to that same article, the president does seem to bum the occasional cigarette (and currently is on the nicotine gum), but all that is probably secondary to the amount of times we caught the President Foodbeasting over the past couple years. Here are a few memories: HauteLinks, Ben’s Chili Bowl
While this video may have some age to it, even our current president, Mr. Barack Obama, has been no stranger to publicly visiting rather delectable eateries and showing off his love for food. Maybe he’s already working for re-election?
Haute Links restaurant has put together a new menu item curiously called the “Obama Dog”. The Chicago-style item is rumored to be around until the end of April. For $2.99, here’s what can be expected: an all-beef hot dog, tomato, onions, neon green relish, pickle spear, sport pepper, mustard, and celery salt all on a poppy seed bun. (PicThx Daylife, Thx IrvineRetail)
Starting today, Inauguration Day, Del Taco restaurants present the Del Breakfast Bowl. The bowl, priced at $2.99, contains hash brown sticks, scrambled eggs, jalapeno bacon, chili, sour cream, cheddar cheese and cilantro. Dabble a little Del Scorcho on this piece, and you’ll be set for the Inauguration ceremonies later today!