May 28, 2010
You know the deal!
I think that Judson will get kicked out of the election because he’s only 12 and npt 35 and up and he didn’t tell them how old he really was.
I think that Judson is going to get booted out of the election because he isnt 35 only 12.
I think that Judson won’t be able to run because he is only a kid and there are rules to run for president! But I would like to see him try because that would be a big accomplishment for a kid!
i predict that there might be more people in the united states that is running for school president.
Judson will have a hard time getting the people to vote for him because other people will want him not to win.
I agree with Ronnie but I would like to see him try!
I think Judson will win.
I think Judson is going to be trying to win the election but will be kicked out in the middle of the process but I still want to see him try!
I think that some people might vote for Judson!
i think that judson is too small to run for president because he has to be 35 or older and he is 12.)
i think that judson will lie to publicity, again, about the things he’ll do if he’s elected president!!! He’s already lied once.
I think next Judson Moon will go on Tv shows, and radio stations to strengthen his campaigne.
i think that all the stuff that judson said he was going to do is not going to come true.Well paparazzi is following him where ever he goes they are even outside of his house.
i think whats going to happen is judson is not going to go on any tv shows because they keep on calling him and judson is getting annoyed.But after all he will go on the shows because he wants to become the President Of The Untid States Of Ameaica.
i think that judson will become president because he’s jst a kid and if he does become president then he would be the first kid president and people would want to vote for him.
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