According to a few news articles, there's a 15 year old boy that's running for president, as an independent candidate. No, I'm not kidding either, as he already polling around 9 percent in North Carolina. My question to you guys is this...would you vote for a 15 year old boy named Deez Nuts for president? Why or why not? And how do you feel about the whole thing about a 15 year old boy even running for president to begin with? Please discuss.
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I'm afraid the election is too crucial for pranks like this. Disenchanted voters need to select a candidate who at least represents some of the beliefs they have.
Wasting a vote by being silly could affect the election outcome and result in a winner that no one is happy with.
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