Politics is a thirsty business. Business Insider has the details, and a map, of per capita consumption among states and the District of Columbia (though not a state) comes out on top. At 25.7 liters per capita, the residents of the nation's capital outpace Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kentucky, Utah, Kansas, Mississippi, and (bottom-dweller, consumption-wise) West Virginia combined.
So do you think this rate of consumption is a hindrance to things getting done in Congress? Or is most of the real work done over a glass of Cabernet?