Florida men got Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tattoos

- During an election year people go all out in support of the candidate of their choosing. That includes bumper stickers on their cars, annoying posts on their Facebook pages, and of course tattoos of their favorite candidate.. Wait, what??

Two Florida men decided to go all in with their picks for president, one with a tattoo of Hillary Clinton on his arm, the other a portrait of Donald Trump on his leg.

Ron Morrison told Fox 13, “Instead of talking about her winning I wanted to do something to prove it. Put my money where my mouth is.”

The Clinton tattoo took three hours while the Trump tattoo took 13. But you know what they say, “Pain is temporary, pride is forever,” because both men are thrilled with the results.

Morrison gushed, “Oh it’s absolutely gorgeous, I mean, I couldn’t ask for a better one.”

The man with the Trump tattoo said, “Couldn’t have possibly asked for a better tattoo. This is the best Trump tattoo I’ve ever seen.”

Yes, but it might be the only Trump tattoo that we’ve ever seen but it certainly is “huge”. The question remains, what if their candidate doesn’t win?

Ron Morrison has a plan, “She kind of looks like my mom when she was 20 or 30. I can always put ‘mom’ under it, I guess, but I like the way it looks.”

This in no way makes us even more worried about the future of our country!

We wish both of these tattoo’s luck in the upcoming election. 

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