Everyone knows how to play Truth or Dare, right?
This election cycle has introduced a variation of the wildly popular parlor game: Truth or Dare. It's called Lie or Dare.
It's really easy (translation, a brain-dead politician can handle it) to play. Each political contestant has the choice of completing a challenge, or telling a lie. Be ready for some whoppers.
Dares are challenges that must be completed by the contestant that they were given to. There's a penalty if a Dare is not completed.
As in, "I dare you to pass a gun control law."
That penalty will be decided by all the politicians playing.
With no limits on what a penalty can be expect pandemonium.
Like what I expect to see in the Republican Convention on July 18th thru the 21st.
Warning! It's no fun if people pick lies all the time. There should be a limit on lies. Say, five. Oh yea!
And a time limit! Pols have a bad habit of droning on about meaningless shit.
Lie or Dare is being played right now in Congress and during this election. As a matter of fact...
Time for me to walk on down the road...