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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:
Mitt Romney voiced by:
To see more of the Dubya-Doo series, and other great cartoons by Sam T, visit:
THANKS TO NEWGROUNDS FOR PUTTING THIS ON THE FRONT PAGE!
about time you make another cartoon old chap!
yeah, everyone does hate McShame, it's a shame more people didn't pay attention in the primaries, may we could of had Paul, now hes a cool old guy and a real conservative if one really exists anymore.
loved the song montage.
you should have put the original style Dubbya-Do intro though, i liked you intros, now it's just straight to the show, anyways nice work! keep rawkin.
You can watch the full Dubya-Doo intro in the video version of the movie. I had to leave it out of the flash version due to program limitations. Also, I release content quite frequently over at my personal website www.ebolaworld.com. Check it out!
It was really good for me (LOL), It does have an obvious political bias though, so do not watch this if you are a republican who likes McCain.
"McCain, smash Bush!" Wow, now that was funny.
Worthy of a good ol' Chuckle
Not bad. Good voice overs and lip sinking. Simple animation, but still funny. Political cartoons never get old, especially when they really get down to the nitty gritty of the real goings on. Bravo. Keep it up!
i love ebola world! this is just another example as to why i should. fantastic work!
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