And sometimes they change the rules in the middle of the game. I won't name names, but certain organizations I may or may not have been fairly elected to the position of Vice President of Public Relations for the Raider Republicans have decided that the first election didn't count. You see, despite agreeing to the original date of the election, my opponent decided not to attend the meeting with the election. So when my organization of an indeterminate nature met again this week, my opponent decided to call a redo on the election. And since he was friends with most of the higher ups, they decided to let him give his prepared speech while I was supposed to make something up on the fly to compete. It did not help that he had brought in a healthy supply of his friends and attendance was down from the last meeting. But I fought well. Just not well enough.
Suffice it to say, I'm no longer a member of that organization. I prefer not to associate with people who have such a vague concept of the rules. It's the same reason I stopped hanging out with Oliver North, Bill Bellicheck, and the 1918 Chicago Black Sox.
P.S. I have a funny one in the works. Don't worry.