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Did Anyone Actually Change Who They're Voting for Based on Last Night's Debate?

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Last night's presidential debate was allegedly held for the purpose of getting the "undecided" voters to pick either President Obama or former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.

However, here's a conversation we have yet to hear in public, in private, or even on the Internet:

"Hey, Billy, who you votin' for?"

"Shit, Ricky, I don't know. I'm waitin' for the debates."

Even among people who aren't rednecks, we still haven't heard this conversation.

So, given that the consensus from the "lamestream" media is that Romney won the debate, are there any new votes for Romney? Or, are there any new votes for anyone?

Cast your vote below:

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