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May 27, 2008 | 7:05 PM EDT
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In the fourth episode of the Dubya-Doo series, "maverick" John McCain visits George W. Bush and the gang (Karl Rove, Paul Wolfowitz) to accept the Republican nomination.

Written, Animated, and Voiced by:
Samuel T Nelson

All Music by:
Daniel ML
http://www.danielml.com/

Mitt Romney voiced by:
Jeffrey Wisenbaugh
http://jeffrey.tumblr.com /

To see more of the Dubya-Doo series, and other great cartoons by Sam T, visit:
http://www.ebolaworld.com

THANKS TO NEWGROUNDS FOR PUTTING THIS ON THE FRONT PAGE!

Reviews


gemini0611gemini0611

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

iffy

It was funny i really thought that, the problem was that Rummy seems to not be an inportaunt role in any episode, even rice is not in any of them. I think u should make a return of rummy


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shad0wca5t3rshad0wca5t3r

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was great

i thought that this was one of the best movies i have seen. I believe that making fun of politicians is always funny.


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HandsOfChaosHandsOfChaos

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like McCain, but this is still hilarious.

The Peter Laurie voice was a nice touch. And even though you kept Karl Rove on the show, that's fine. Look at Li'l Bush (if you haven't seen it, it's hilarious, try comedycentral.com)-- Rummy resigned after their second or third episode ran and he's still a core character. Great stuff, you managed to have some fresh jokes, always nice to see Foxx News? get its comeuppance. The way you drew Sean Hannedy (or was it Combs, I always get them mixed, I'm referring to the guy on the right) was too funny for words.



danielmacdanielmac

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Need more!

That was awesome please make MORE!



omgroflcakesomgroflcakes

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very fun.

I support McCain and I fine this hilarious. I'm glad you've minimized the childish cliche political jokes and managed to spew out a very funny flash.

But hey, it's easier to make fun of someone who's been in politics much longer than Obama.

I can't help but to love George Bush. Great job!