Friday, February 15, 2008


This pro-Clinton music video (created by flute-playing Silicon Valley exec Gene Wang) was posted to YouTube way back in August, but didn't manage to spark the same kind of popular enthusiasm as "Yes We Can".

Perhaps it's because it's really, really bad.

Wang suggests that the difference is primarily a lack of star power, and that the new torrent of criticism being heaped upon the video (now that it's been rediscovered) is merely the work of hostile Obama supporters. He says that the negativity is merely making him want to shoot another video.

I've never been much a fan of Clinton's, but I'd welcome her as president over what we've had for the past eight years.

Mr. Wang your passion and dedication are commendable. But if you truly love your candidate: please, please, don't make another one.

1 comment:

Tim said...

I was trying to think of what differences there would be in this video if Mad TV had written this.

Apart from using a three-camera setup in a studio (as opposed to on location):


Okay, they'd leave in the sound of the audience laughing themselves silly.