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This Land! – (2007) Music Video

Check out this very first political animation, parody video that started it all in 2007, starring President George Bush and Senator John Kerry who trade jabs at one another.


This is the very first political animation parody video that started it all in 2007.  

The headliners are Republican George W. Bush and Democrat Senator John Kerry who trade jabs at one another in this catchy video, sang to the tune of the Woody Guthrie folk song "This Land Is Your Land."  

Yes, Bush even calls Kerry a "wiener" at one point.

Using the awesome animated video service JibJab, "This Land!" poked fun at the 2004 Presidential election in the United States by pitting the two candidates against one another in this comical video.  

Believe it or not but this incredibly funny video was seen on every continent, including Antarctica.  It even played on the International Space Station a gazillion miles away from Earth!


Weren't Bush and Kerry simply awesome?

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