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I think Halloween stores predicting the next president is just a way for them to get more business, and the key word is that they claim to have predicted the last three or four presidents, but it is easy for anyone to say that they claim to have done something; it's just silly that they are basing such an important thing on something as trivial as a Halloween mask, and I think most people dress up as the candidate they don't like, anyway. I would never dress up like my fave candidate.
by otter77 on 10/28/2012 12:46:56 PM
by xoxojillianxo on 10/28/2012 12:12:00 PM
My friend last year dressed as Obama, but he and his family are republicans. This isn't going to be a precise prediction, but it'll be funny!
by kenzi143 on 10/28/2012 10:53:13 AM
To be honest, I'd never dress up as a president for Halloween. The election and politics are already in the media enough. I don't want to be a walking ad
by myfatsquirrel on 10/28/2012 10:36:06 AM
Ummmmm... I probably wouldn't go so far as dressing up as one XD
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