Aug 132013

Baracks Dubs, the YouTube channel specializing in mashing up and dubbing the President of the United States, has returned again. This time, Barack Obama ‘sings’ Demi Lovato’s new hit single Made In The USA


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Jul 232013

The popular Barack Obama musical dubbing channel Baracks Dubs has finally stepped out of the box. This time, Obama has stepped to the side to allow President Clinton a chance to ‘sing’ a pop song.

Naturally, Clinton ‘sings’ the popular womanizing song Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke and is instantly going viral. 


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Jul 112013

Do voters even know what laws they are supporting anymore?

In an attempt to demonstrate how utterly far the country has fallen, controversial Internet personality Mark Dice went around a California beach asking passersby to sign a petition to repeal The Bill of Rights.

Terrifyingly, Mark was able to find more than a few zombies to sign the petition to repeal and modernize the Bill of Rights to make it a piece of legislation on par with the NDAA and the Patriot Act. 

Unsurprisingly, the only person had the insight to tell Mark ‘You’re crazy, and I won’t even talk to you’ was a military vet who knows how important our constitutional rights are. 


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Jun 242013

Even though the excitement and buzz surrounding the president has calmed, there’s no question that his biggest fans can still be found online.

One of the greatest examples of this is Baracks Dubs, the YouTube channel dedicated to recreating pop songs using older footage of Barack Obama speaking.

For their latest serving of political music, the popular channel has parodied Daft Punk’s latest hit single Get Lucky with an Obama twist. As expected, the new spoof has instantly gone viral. 


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Apr 292013

Of course, the most prominent and viral speech at this year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner was by President Barack Obama.

It goes without saying the close second was host and online favorite Conan O’Brien. In his half hour speech, Coco touched on current events, politics, and, of course, the media, which he compared to a high school cafeteria.

“Fox is the jocks, MSNBC is the nerds, bloggers are the Goths, NPR is the table for kids with peanut allergies, Al Jazeera is the weird foreign exchange student nobody talks to, and print media, you’re the poor kid that died sophomore year. Cheer up, we dedicate the yearbook to you.”


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