Obama That I Used To Know - Gotye 'Somebody That I Used To Know' Parody
The video is called “Obama That I Used to Know” and mocks everything from Obama’s high unemployment rate, to his promises of change, and even his use of drones and vow to close Guantanamo.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJnAp3Yx … embedded#!
Pretty clever. Some truth. But the current alternative (Mitt Romney) is much worse.
This isn't an anti-Obama video. The Tea Party is anti-Obama.
This video was made by disaffected liberals. Understandably so, Obama has turned out to be a politician. He's done some decent things, but he's not above playing the dirty game. The video is calling for 2008 candidate Obama to show up.
These people will NOT be voting for Mitt Romney in 2012. They will probably not vote at all.
There's no possible way Obama of 2008 can show up.
He doesn't exist.
He's a realist now.
It's a shame the idealism has gone away, but Obama isn't the only one who's slogged through the last 4 years.
Those who don't show up to vote for Obama are, in fact, voting for Romney.
Yeah. I agree. Even if you are upset with Obama, look at your other choice. A man given everything on a silver platter and who got rich off of the labor of others. He also doesn't even have a core (that he shows) when it comes to policy positions.
A positive message, IMO exactly what the country needs at this moment in our history!
Did you read the parody in The Onion? Romney murdered JonBenet Ramsey:
http://www.theonion.com/articles/romney … ign,29114/
I guess Romney, if elected and repealing obamacare would be funny too! Unless of course you're one of those people who work hard and either lost or can't afford health insurance and die because of lack of care!
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