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Spin Control

Who says you can’t have fun with elections?

he candidates may be trying to carve each up in little pieces, but folks on the Internet can still have fun.

Case in point, the USARPS League -- which stands for the United States of America Rock, Paper, Scissors League, in case you're wondering.

Rock, Paper, Scissors, the kids' handgame, used to require at least two people willing to shake their hands in competition.

But the league has a new online game for one, where you can compete, via mouse, with animated characters.

Appropos of the season they call it

Barack, Paper, Scissors.

(We can't make stuff like this up.)

For those of you who think this can't be a real sport league, Spin Control 2.0 can only say: It must be real; it's sponsored by a beer company.

Click on the image above, or the link, if you want to play.

The Spokesman-Review's political team keeps a critical eye on local, state and national politics.