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Choon Choosday: Animaniacs – Presidents

8 November, 2016

So, who tonight will add their verse to the end of this (now outdated but still catchy) number by Animaniacs? Technically, of course, if Hilary wins she will get a second mention, but you know what I mean.

Those of you who have been reading me for a while might remember this post from four years ago. I’m feeling quite pleased(if that’s the right word) that I got one of the candidates right; I wonder how different would things have turned out if I’d got the other right? And by tonight (tomorrow morning for us in the UK) we will know if I predicted the result.

I’m not getting involved in the devisive debate on who should win (or who deserve to lose slightly less than the other, which seems to be the criterion many are using) but as I always say before an election – vote on the basis of facts not hearsay or headlines, vote on what is best for the nation not just for you, but above all MAKE SURE YOU VOTE.

So, without further ado, here are the Animaniacs…


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