Blogroll Me! How This Old Brit Sees It ...: Hilarious McCain Parody Video

12 February 2008

Hilarious McCain Parody Video

Here's the original video, inspired by Obama's "Yes We Can" speech

After Obama's "Yes We Can" speech, inspired fans set it to music and put together an inspirational video. Now some of McCain's fans have put together a version for him:


(cross posted at appletree) (via reddit)


Blogger Twilight said...

We just need someone to parody it Clinton-wise and we'll have the three-ring circus that these primaries have become.

"Send in the clowns!

Don't bother they'rehere."

3:55 pm  
Anonymous xxx said...

Shame the sound quality isn't better.

5:28 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What kind of people would wish for a leader who finds it amusing to join in singing "Bomb, bomb, bomb Iraq!"

Never mind, don't bother telling me. I already know, as does most of the civilized world.

Disgust isn't a strong enough word.

9:15 pm  
Anonymous anonymous2 said...

So what makes anyone think Obama's likely to do anything about American's [virtually national passtime] of illegal and muderously agrresive international adventures?

10:42 am  
Anonymous gordo said...


There's a huge difference between Bush and his predecessors. Clinton was accused, rightly, of international aggression when he bombed Iraq, but there's a vast gulf between the amount of suffering he created and the amount created by Bush. You simply cannot reasonably equate Operation Desert Fox with the invasion and occupation of Iraq.

And Obama was an outspoken critic of the Iraq war from the beginning. It's always been his position that military force should be a last resort and that the US should, whenever possible, seek to act through international coalitions.

I don't think that Obama will almost certainly have a policy that is more aggressive than I could support, but the evidence shows that Obama will be far less eager than Bush or McCain to enter into war.

6:32 pm  

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