Support your favorite political candidate from the Obama/Romney Presidential debates with an interactive t-shirt from Digital Dudz.
The first debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney happened Wednesday, October 3, 2012. Millions of Americans and Canadians were glued to their television sets watching the Republican Romney and Democrat Obama candidates go back and forth on topics about American Medicare and Unemployment rates at the University of Denver.
With two more of the Obama/Romney Presidential debates to go there are still plenty of opportunities to show your support for your preferred side. These Blue Obama and Red Romney t-shirts include the face of the candidates with cut-out eye slots. The Digital Dudz website provides an app for your Smartphone to download eye animations. Once the animation is downloaded, you tape your phone to the inside of the shirt and watch as the eyes dart around, as if the candidates were actually alive.
Support the Obama/Romney Presidential Debates With These Tees
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