Dennis Kucinich: The Unauthorized Mashup

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Over at YTMND—the user-generated site that produced the Cosby Bebop and proof of Paris Hilton’s eerily unchanging facial expression—an anonymous Kucinich supporter has created a simple but effective mashup using the candidate’s 2002 prayer for America speech. Check it out (make sure your sound is up). I guess Mike Gravel already proved this, but isn’t the message of peace and justice even more appealing when it’s set to a hip beat?

—Justin Elliott

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