As we gear up for the final showdown between presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, in the form of the final debate, you might like to distract yourself with this less conventional (spoof) version: an epic rap battle.
Watch the Epic Rap Battle version of Obama versus Romney – with Abraham Lincoln thrown into the mix.
Best lines include:
‘I’m not going to let this battle be dictated by facts.’ (Fake Romney)
‘Raw rhymes/stronger than my jawline.’ (Fake Romney)
‘So rich and white it’s like I’m running against a cheesecake.’ (Fake Obama)
‘Don’t talk about change, just do it/I fought for what was on my brain until a bullet went through it.’ (Fake Abraham Lincoln – don’t ask, you’ll see how he comes into it.)
Our next Fifth Estate will focus on the circus of the presidential campaign, and how it reflects American culture. Don Watson, George Negus and the ABC’s Eleanor Hall (just back from covering the first presidential debate) will be talking to Sally Warhaft.
This free event will be held at the Wheeler Centre on Tuesday 30 October at 6.15pm. Bookings are open now.
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