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October 18, 2008

Les Misbarack

Musical theater lovers: You can't miss this inspired pro-Barack-Obama video set to "One Day More" from "Les Miserables." (The idea is that it's Nov. 3, 2008, one day more to the election.) Granted, the lighting design is pretty bad, but in this uber-stressful time of financial calamity and approaching-election jitters, nothing inspires relaxation like a rousing first-act finale.

In a nod to the fairness doctrine, I searched high and low for a pro-McCain campaign foray into the Broadway genre, but the closest I could find was the "Raining McCain" video:

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