Get your Cabbage Patch candidate doll on eBay

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cabbage patch kidsWith only a week to go, the 2008 Presidential election has reached fever pitch. Are you a fiercely loyal voter? Wondering what you're going to do on November 5th when the election coverage slows down? Can't imagine life if the other team wins?

Here's one way to keep your favorite candidate around. Starting Thursday, four very unique Cabbage Patch Dolls will be put up for auction on eBay -- one to represent each of the Presidential and VP nominees. Yep -- Barack Obama, Joe Biden, John McCain, and Sarah Palin will each have a "kid" that looks just like them ... and you can own it!

Best of all, 100% of the proceeds are going to a very good cause -- the Marine Toys for Tots program, which provides Christmas presents to needy children. But be sure to get your bid in on time; the auction ends on November 4th.
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