Presidential Jewelry Debates

After the first presidential debate between John McCain and Barack Obama, we may not know much, but we can be assured that both presidential candidates will not fail us in the realm of fashion.  Both are savvy to the most important issue of all: jewelry.*
McCain: And I’ll tell you, I had a town hall meeting in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, and a woman stood up and she said, “Senator McCain, I want you to do me the honor of wearing a bracelet…” And I said, “I will — I will wear his bracelet…”
Obama: Jim, let me just make a point. I’ve got a bracelet, too…
Sorry.  This is out of my usual topic range by a lot, but I couldn’t resist. Somehow, everything seems funnier in a transcripted version.  
*Note: taken completely out of context for satirical purposes…

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