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Compare and contrast

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Johnnie Moore

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Thanks to David Burn at Adpulp for suggesting we compare and contrast the following YouTubes for Presidential candidates in the US.

First, this dire cliche-fest for Mitt Romney:

Second this witty effort for Bill Richardson:

As David says, If you’re going to sell candidates like toilet paper, well, it’s easy to see which brand sounds better.

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