|Hillary Clinton: The Tito Endorsement|
|February 20, 2008|
The distinctions between these two candidates has never been made more clear.
On the one side, we have the moving, wholly original song from will.i.am, inspired by the words of Obama's own speech.
On the other, we have a retro Sesame Street-y song that might be evoking the Jackson Five's "A-B-C, 1-2-3" when they sing, "Hil-la-ry for you and me, bring back that democracy." And then there are other choice lyrics like, "Fighting in war, but we don't know what we're fighting for" and "experience is great, instead of war we can negotiate," and best yet, "the world is getting hot, but our global warming plan is not." Wow.
Peter Hauck at the Washington Post's blog, Channel 08, calls it "audio-visual waterboarding." Given that my ears are bleeding, that might be the biggest understatement of this campaign.
Hysterically, the YouTube comments have been disabled for this video. I didn't even know you could that.
Yep, a vote for Hillary Clinton is a vote for 1974.