Wednesday, September 29, 2010

College Republicans urge youth to "break up" with Obama

One of the fastest-rising political videos on YouTube this week is this spoof from the College Republicans, which urges the youth of America to "break up" with President Obama:



The video, which recently surpassed 60,000 views, includes gobs of social media references and one-line zingers ("he had me at hope and change"). It's clear that the Republicans are actively courting the youth vote, which President Obama won handily in 2008.

In addition to putting it on YouTube, the College Republicans have spent close to $10,000 running the ad on television in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Florida college towns.
 

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miami2000 said...

Go Obama! we will be twice a strong at the polls this time don't sleep!

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