There is a right and wrong answer to the question. It is completely fair for a senator to actually have an answer to the question we he assumes his position, rather than being a blank slate.
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The funny this is that being a "villain" means that you don't act "within the acceptable norms."
Though Meyer claimed he was being a "hero," he was actually adopting a "villain" persona, and the other players had to act outside the confines of the game to get back at him.