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Yes, We Can videos

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Obama's "Yes, We Can" concession speech in New Hampshire last month (transcript) was yet another inspiring piece of oratory, especially the last few minutes of it.

As probably everybody but me knew, will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas turned parts of the speech into a music video, which I also really liked, despite not recognizing a single one of the celebrities featured in it. (Vardibidian had a different take on that aspect.)

But what if some musicians decided to give similar treatment to another candidate? What if, for example, john.he.is put together a music video of a McCain speech?

I suppose it's a bit of a cheap shot, but I found it very entertaining--even more so after I went and watched the original.

Vardibidian also points out an entertaining fake ad for Romney. Anyone else got pointers to good fake political ads?

(Huckabee's Chuck Norris ad doesn't count, 'cause it's not fake.)

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I thought the speech was good. The music video made me stop addressing valentines and really pay attention. It gave me chills. I only recognized Marlee Matlin and that's just because she was signing.


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