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If the GOP Primary Candidates Were Pizzas

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The purpose of a presidential primary debate is to help voters decide which candidate they want to lead the country, with each question tailored to provide voters with crucial information that they need to make the right decision.

Remember when John King asked Herman Cain, "Deep Dish or Thin Crust?" Well that's the kind of information Republican voters need to know! Unfortunately, only Herman was able to provide this crucial information to the voting public. Luckily, you can check the menu below to help you decide which candidate to order! Delivered in under 30 months or your next term is free.

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