Video: Obama Rickrolling

Is it April 1st or already November 5th.

Well I guess it had to be done. Senator Obama RickRolled – BarackRoll’d (like a rickroll… only Presidential)


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One Response to “Video: Obama Rickrolling”

  1. Euna Panama Says:

    I hope you would not have reservations if I posted a part of this on my univeristy blog?