From Bingo to Spin, Debate Night Looms
By Garance Franke-Ruta
It's the night of the vice presidential debate and that can only mean one thing: Bingo!
Well, that and spin.
While McCain spokesman Brian Rogers was busy sending out e-mails warning reporters "be sure to be on the lookout for Joe Biden's tall tales," young Barack Obama supporters in Northern Virginia were prepping for a debate watch party at SoBe Bar and Bistro in Arlington, where, according to a release, "They will also be participating in presidential trivia and Palin Bingo games."
That Palin Bingo game has been ping-ponging across the web today, asking users who print out its Bingo cards to place coins over boxes when Palin speaks such phrases as "Hockey Mom," "Maritime Border" and "Country First."
E-mails to the contacts on the game Web site were not immediately returned, but even money is on them being Biden backers.
Posted at 8:42 PM ET on Oct 2, 2008
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