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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

James McLean can bring "gobs and gobs and gobs" of new jobs

Posted By on Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 6:05 AM

click to enlarge CAN YOU MAKE OUR FUTURE SING? James McLean can do anything.
  • CAN YOU MAKE OUR FUTURE SING? James McLean can do anything.

I mentioned yesterday the old-timey radio jingle that James McLean is employing in his run for state Senate against anti-private-option Tea Partier Linda Collins-Smith

The version I posted yesterday was only a preview. I finally got a copy of the full jingle in all its glory. I originally thought it was McLean himself singing, but it's actually Rick Bunch of Batesville and Dawn Harris, a music teacher from Batesville. This is becoming my favorite thing in this election cycle. After the jump:

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