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Your Predictions For The First Barack Obama and Mitt Romney Presidential Debate

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With the first presidential debate (and our 1st birthday) just around the corner, we're in heavy prep mode at Gay Voices HQ.

Though we're not taking any bets on the debate tomorrow, we are curious to hear your predictions for it. We asked our Twitter family to give us their predictions and rounded up a few of our favorites.

Do you have any predictions for this first debate? Do you think Romney has any game changers up his sleeve?

Let us know in the comments what your predictions for this first debate are. According to reports, Romney is working on some zingers. We can't wait to hear them.

P.S. Don't forget to RSVP for our birthday party tomorrow night if you're available. We'd love to see you!

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