Video: Cha-Cha-Changes…

When you follow the interviews, debates and news on the US presidential election campaigns one word became the most popular latest after Iowa – Changes

How often it’s used and by whom – well we did not realize it until we watch the short clip below.


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With everybody singing and proclaiming it so much one thing is becoming more and more clear – there might of course be no change after all…

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