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    Sean Daily is an English major from New Jersey now living in Las Vegas, the Other City of Lights. "I consider 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' to be comfort reading, I like the al pastor tacos at Tacos Mexico and I count among my literary influences the Chainsaw from 'Doom'. 'RRRRRR! You don't like that, do you, Mr. Undead Marine! RRRRRR!'"

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Silly Season – More Campaign Music

Posted by shanoah on August 5, 2008

Actually, Sean, I kind of wish you’d beat me to the Bomb Iran post, too. It would have been interesting to see your writeup of it.

Though Raging Raisin’ McCain was still a fun post. For todays post, though, I thought I’d play the campaign music for a candidate I wouldn’t have much problem voting for at all:

JOHN F. KENNEDY PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN SONG

Aside from a slight issue of him being dead, and as such, not eligible for reelection, anyways. 🙂

It’s cheesy, but I sort of enjoy it. And I thought it’d be fun to go a bit retro today.

Here’s another election song for Kennedy, done by Frank Sinatra:

High Hopes – Frank Sinatra

Enjoy this one; only 1,000 copies were made.

Different times, I know. And Obama’s no JFK. Still, one can dream…

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