Why Obama should get 4 more years

The world has changed. Even Republicans — real, official, card-carrying, stuffed-shirt Republicans — are making clever videos now.


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Why couldn’t they have learned how to do this in 2008?

UPDATE: Seems the GOP parody is getting more hits than Obama’s official video. Heh.

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  1. The rainbow unicorn at the end along with the little Obama laugh was the clincher. Maybe Kruiser, Frnak J., Jonah Goldberg or someone is giving advice to the elephants. Whoever did it – Well Done!

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  2. “Why couldn’t they have learned how to do this in 2008?”

    Two words, John McCain. That campaign must have been run by the Dear Woman “guys.”

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  3. Obama Supporter: Hey, come on, go easy on him, “He’s only just one person.”

    Me: No he isn’t. He’s the ‘ephing president of the most ‘ephing powerful country the world has ever seen despite all of his efforts to the contrary.

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  4. Let’s make sure we nominate another Lame-o like Mitt Romney so that nothing like this is EVER seen during the real election. We need more lame ad’s like John McCain ran about how he served in Vietnam (did you guys know that?) yea and he was a POW also! And, he spent many years in Congress crossing the aisle to get important work done on behalf of the American people! Now with Romney, we can re-hash his Olympics experience, his experience building a successful…yawn…business and how he was the Gover….zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  5. No matter who the Republican candidate is, the entire ad campaign should be parody ads just like this one…it’s the only thing the “Daily Show” generation understands.

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  6. Why O-bah-muhh Should Get 4 More Years: Establishment Republicans are the New Surrender Monkeys?

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  7. “Why Obama should get 4 more years”

    And there I was thinking he should get ten to twelve, with a chance at time off for good behavior.

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