New YouTube Spoof Videos Show Candidates' True Colors

More than 2 Million Viewers Tune in to Fake Politicians' Channel

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(MIAMI - January 23, 2012) The Fake Politicians' Channel on YouTube, a project funded by political PAC Endorse Liberty, has unveiled a new round of parody videos that uncover a fundamental truth many voters suspect: That most of the leading presidential candidates this year lack a clear vision for America and no real hope of rectifying the economic and political ills that plague our country.

The latest crop of Fake Politicians videos uncover:

  • How Rick Perry got "Newt'ered" in South Carolina
  • Rick Santorum's gay Muslim friend
  • Mitt Romney's plans for invading Florida from the Cayman Islands
  • And Newt Gingrich's affection for "swing" states

"We think that humor is the most effective way to show that these would-be emperors really aren't wearing any clothes," said Stephen Oskoui, Co-founder of Endorse Liberty. "We're providing a voice for the large numbers of disenfranchised voters who are tired of the status quo, tired of politicians who will do and say anything just to get elected, tired of useless debates about ‘electability', and tired of candidates whose only vision for the country extends as far as the next election."

Videos on the Fake Politicians' Channel, which expose fundamental flaws in the candidates' personalities and qualifications for running America, have been viewed more than 2 million times.

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