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    Re: The Beer Summit - What they were drinking

    Quote Originally Posted by celticlord View Post
    If we're going foreign....

    Never see it around my area. At least, I don't think I have. Shoooot, it's supposed to be great stuff, too!

    But on the domestic front, had one of my friends snagged me one, and saved it for a few months, I would have gone with Surly Darkenss. Always wanted to try that.
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    Re: The Beer Summit - What they were drinking

    Quote Originally Posted by celticlord View Post
    If we're going foreign....
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    I'd say just go with this, it's easier to drink.
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    Re: The Beer Summit - What they were drinking

    Quote Originally Posted by OxymoronP View Post
    With all the choices in the ****ing world you choose Bud ****ing Light?

    I am seriously now questioning Obamas reasoning abilities.
    Maybe it was one of those average joe credibility moments
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    Re: The Beer Summit - What they were drinking

    Quote Originally Posted by kaya'08 View Post
    Your a bit annoying. The dear leader comments and the constant critisim (somehow youve managed to link Obamas policies with his choice of beer) is rather irritating.
    Come on. While we are on the subject of politics and alcohol, make it into a drinking game. Every time he makes a Dear Leader reference, make yourself a bit more happy by drinking!
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    Re: The Beer Summit - What they were drinking

    This my ex-wife's favorite beer.

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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: The Beer Summit - What they were drinking

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    Bud Light and non-alcoholic beer?



    I'm sorry, but that's seriously gay.

    PLEASE....if Obama hadn't gone with a blue-collar mass produced American beer...all the right-wing wackos on this board would have been either calling him "Elitist" or "Anti-American"

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    Re: The Beer Summit - What they were drinking

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    PLEASE....if Obama hadn't gone with a blue-collar mass produced American beer...all the right-wing wackos on this board would have been either calling him "Elitist" or "Anti-American"
    That's not true. If Dear Leader had picked a decent beer such as Shiner Bock or Stroh's, I'd be snarking because it would be painfully obvious that an aide had done his beer choosing for him.

    Besides, if Dear Leader had picked something like Colt 45 or Schlitz Malt Liquor, you'd be outraged that Dear Leader would play into the classic stereotypes.

    (Kaya, that's three drinks for you)

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    Re: The Beer Summit - What they were drinking

    Quote Originally Posted by Soapiestdevil View Post
    I'd say just go with this, it's easier to drink.
    Only if you have a doobie to go with it.

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    Re: The Beer Summit - What they were drinking

    Quote Originally Posted by celticlord View Post
    That's not true. If Dear Leader had picked a decent beer such as Shiner Bock or Stroh's, I'd be snarking because it would be painfully obvious that an aide had done his beer choosing for him.

    Besides, if Dear Leader had picked something like Colt 45 or Schlitz Malt Liquor, you'd be outraged that Dear Leader would play into the classic stereotypes.

    (Kaya, that's three drinks for you)
    Puh-lease Celtic. If he had chosen anything other than Miller or Budweiser...you would have been the first one here claiming he was either Elitist or Anti-American....No doubt about it.
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    Re: The Beer Summit - What they were drinking

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Puh-lease Celtic. If he had chosen anything other than Miller or Budweiser...you would have been the first one here claiming he was either Elitist or Anti-American....No doubt about it.
    Girl, get a grip. Miller and Bud are horrible beers, right down there at the bottom of the beer food chain with Dos Equis and Corona.

    Shiner, Strohs, Old Milwaukee, Pabst Blue Ribbon, are all solid blue collar manly type beers. Dear Leader had a perfect opportunity to ditch some of his girly-man image and Dear Leader blew it, big time.

    (Kaya, that's two more drinks for you)

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