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Take one drink every time:

“Bill 101″ or “Language Laws” is mentioned

“Referendum”, “Separation” or “Sovereignty” is mentioned

“Corruption” is mentioned

“Secularism” is mentioned

The Student Strike is mentioned

Quebec is referred to as “notre pays”

Reporters differentiate between the “nous” and “vous”

the 57% turnout in the 2008 election is mentioned

Someone reads out a #twitter comment

Take two drinks:

“Reasonable accommodation” is mentioned by a news reporter or otherwise

“Bill 78″ is mentioned

“Plan Nord” is mentioned

The “4-5-0″ is mentioned

“ADQ” is mentioned

MNA or candidate is wearing the red square

Take three drinks:

You see a “Patriotes” flag

Québec Solidaire gains a seat

The future NDP Provincial Party is mentioned

The Quebec Nordiques are mentioned

If Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois is interviewed

The “Anglophone Exodus” is mentioned

A student voter says they didn’t vote (on principal or otherwise)

If someone starts talking about a #twitter fight

Take five drinks:

Amir Khadir throws a shoe

The “ethnic vote” is cited in reference to “disappointing” election results

François Legault wins the election

Jacques Parizeau interviewed

Option Nationale, any Independent, or the Green Party wins a seat

If Charest doesn’t win his riding

If the CAQ wins the election

If the PQ wins the election

Take two shots:

Gilles Duceppe makes an appearance at a PQ rally

Finish your drink:

Pauline Marois speaks English

Jean Charest resigns as leader of the PLQ

Jean Charest wins the election

Finish a bottle:

Pauline Marois and the PQ win a majority government

But remember, you can’t complain about the results if you didn’t vote. Go out and let your voice be heard one way or another… Then drown your sorrows in booze.

Stay safe and happy election night!

http://www.forgetthebox.net/mag/quebec-election-drinking-game.php

As an aside, Molson consumption just increased 4-fold tonight.

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Go separatists go!

Canada would be so much better off without the toxic parasites of Quebec its not even funny, not in the least because ditching what's by far the most left leaning province would severely hurt the general leftist cause in the remainder of the country.

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Take one drink every time:

“Bill 101″ or “Language Laws” is mentioned

“Referendum”, “Separation” or “Sovereignty” is mentioned

“Corruption” is mentioned

“Secularism” is mentioned

The Student Strike is mentioned

Quebec is referred to as “notre pays”

Reporters differentiate between the “nous” and “vous”

the 57% turnout in the 2008 election is mentioned

Someone reads out a #twitter comment

Take two drinks:

“Reasonable accommodation” is mentioned by a news reporter or otherwise

“Bill 78″ is mentioned

“Plan Nord” is mentioned

The “4-5-0″ is mentioned

“ADQ” is mentioned

MNA or candidate is wearing the red square

Take three drinks:

You see a “Patriotes” flag

Québec Solidaire gains a seat

The future NDP Provincial Party is mentioned

The Quebec Nordiques are mentioned

If Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois is interviewed

The “Anglophone Exodus” is mentioned

A student voter says they didn’t vote (on principal or otherwise)

If someone starts talking about a #twitter fight

Take five drinks:

Amir Khadir throws a shoe

The “ethnic vote” is cited in reference to “disappointing” election results

François Legault wins the election

Jacques Parizeau interviewed

Option Nationale, any Independent, or the Green Party wins a seat

If Charest doesn’t win his riding

If the CAQ wins the election

If the PQ wins the election

Take two shots:

Gilles Duceppe makes an appearance at a PQ rally

Finish your drink:

Pauline Marois speaks English

Jean Charest resigns as leader of the PLQ

Jean Charest wins the election

Finish a bottle:

Pauline Marois and the PQ win a majority government

But remember, you can’t complain about the results if you didn’t vote. Go out and let your voice be heard one way or another… Then drown your sorrows in booze.

Stay safe and happy election night!

http://www.forgetthe...inking-game.php

As an aside, Molson consumption just increased 4-fold tonight.

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A PQ minority government is projected. I wonder if they'll be able to implement very many policies with that. This is a decent outcome for Quebec, I'm slightly relieved. No party really won, and that's a good thing, because the frontrunners sucked.

Go separatists go!

Canada would be so much better off without the toxic parasites of Quebec its not even funny, not in the least because ditching what's by far the most left leaning province would severely hurt the general leftist cause in the remainder of the country.

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I would expect this government to collapse within 18 months. Liberals will bring in a new leader and the CAQ will be even stronger in the next election. Hopefully enough people will realize what a nutbar Marois is and dump them next time around.

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A PQ minority government is projected. I wonder if they'll be able to implement very many policies with that. This is a decent outcome for Quebec, I'm slightly relieved. No party really won, and that's a good thing, because the frontrunners sucked.

And the leftist cause is bad for Canada, why... ?

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Go separatists go!

Canada would be so much better off without the toxic parasites of Quebec its not even funny, not in the least because ditching what's by far the most left leaning province would severely hurt the general leftist cause in the remainder of the country.

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The polls were wrong again. The pollsters predicted a PQ Majority. The latest result is PQ with 54 Seats and Liberals with 50 seats. A 4 seat difference does not equate to a landslide. Pollsters thought the Liberals would collapse to around 20 seats. So much for predictions.

The Liberals did surprisngly well given their many problems.

The PQ promise a hike to the tax rate for people making over $250,000 and increase in the capital tax from 50 to 75%. Good luck for attracting businesses.

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The polls were wrong again. The pollsters predicted a PQ Majority. The latest result is PQ with 54 Seats and Liberals with 50 seats. A 4 seat difference does not equate to a landslide. Pollsters thought the Liberals would collapse to around 20 seats. So much for predictions.

The Liberals did surprisngly well given their many problems.

The PQ promise a hike to the tax rate for people making over $250,000 and increase in the capital tax from 50 to 75%. Good luck for attracting businesses.

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