USA: 5 More Friends uncensored

If that video would have been created with top-level bank managers it would certainly qualify for the most expensive political clip ever done. But it was created with the help of some of the best known actors of this planet – and some of them still believe that having an opinion, standing up for it and be heard is more important than a few Million Billion of bonus payments.

Now Americans GO OUT AND VOTE!

Be a role model. Not only in the U.S. but also for all the other countries that soon will be voting on the same cause.


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now lets all assure that every vote is counted right too

More information:
2008 US Voter Info

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