Two Denver Gals Offer a Delicious Antidote to Voter Apathy

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Anti-Nausea Pills dull voter distaste for November election and Persuasion Pills urge voters to consider a preferred Presidential candidate.

Caution: One to five pills (it's just candy) can trigger an urge to vote for McCain and Palin.

Fearing voters might stay away from the November polls out of dissatisfaction with both McCain and Obama, two Denver ladies are marketing online their capsule-shaped red, white and blue candies as Anti-Nausea Pills.

Directions on the label for using Anti-Nausea Pills: "Take one to five pills (it's just candy) before voting for the Least Offensive Candidate of your choice."

The gals hope the candies will give people a laugh to ease voter angst over supporting a possibly dubious Presidential candidate. The candies might also remind forgetful voters to cast their ballots.

See why everyone is using the "election aids" at http://www.vote4bestpresident.com

The women also offer Party-Specific Candy.

Valerie and Julie thought other voters might like election candy promoting a particular party, so they offer Republican (red) and Democrat (blue) candies as "Persuasion Pills" for customers who want to highlight either McCain or Obama and their running mates.

Text on the label of red and pink Republican pills: "Caution: One to five pills (it's just candy) can trigger an urge to vote for McCain and Palin."

Text on the label of blue and light blue Democrat Pills: "Caution: One to five pills (it's just candy) can trigger an urge to vote for Obama and Biden."

See why the voting crowd uses good natured humor to spread the word on their choice of candidates at http://www.vote4bestpresident.com

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