Epic Rap Battle: Romney vs. Obama

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  • Scott


    Even that had a pro-Obama bias. They tried to make the sober and calm Romney look like a raving lunatic while Obama was mister cool. And what was the hit on Romney on facts. Only obama has been shown to be straight out lying.

  • http://www.deanesmay.com Dean Esmay

    I try really, really hard not to call people liars when I may just disagree with them, but I find it astonishing that anyone, anywhere would call Obama a liar and *not* call Romney one. Good lord.

  • http://madisonforum.net/ Sandi

    Sadly lying has become a normal part of politics regardless of party. The last honest politician that comes to mind is William Proxmire, Wisconsin senator and awarder of the Golden Fleece Award.

    Proxmire was so popular here in Wisconsin that he quit spending campaign money. His name on ballot gave him a landslide victory with usually well over 70 percent. He was also one of the last Democrats I voted for, although I did vote for Feingold his first couple terms.

    As for the video I find it silly and pointless.

    Yes Obama is one of the worst liars for decades.

  • lensman

    I personally thought that it mocked both candidates equally. And I liked the fact that their Battle Rap devolved into straight up insults in the end.

    The ending to the battle rap was awesome, btw. I won’t spoil it for those that haven’t seen it, but it was completely unexpected. Though it did seem to me that AL’s rap was a bit pro-Obama.