Welcome back to IVA’s Silly Season feature - an ongoing series covering and exposing a few or the many instances of the “Silly Season” phenomenon, examples of which certainly aren’t hard to find throughout the mainstream American political media.
Our favorite lyric: “He is rich/you are poor. If he wins/ you’re uninsured!”
Taking President Obama to task, JustNewProductions.com prevailed on the notion that Obama didn’t deliver the “hope and change” promised in 2008, by rewriting the lyrics of this year’s #1 pop hit – “Somebody That I Used to Know” by Gotye. “Obama That I Used To Know,” calls out our President for several unfulfilled campaign promises:
Our favorite lyric: “You took Obamacare so far/ but you left me like a dog strapped on Romney’s car”
Independent Voters – if you come up with a music video parody for Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, Virgil Goode, or any other third party or independent candidate for office – let us know and we’ll share it!
Stay tuned for the return of your regular Silly Season coverage later this week!