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Fired Geico guy likes Palin-Bachmann ticket

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It looks like D.C. Douglas has been busy since being fired as a voiceover artist by Geico last year for leaving an angry voicemail for conservatives at FreedomWorks. Here's his latest production—a momentous music video in which Thomas Jefferson and John Hancock sarcastically sing the praises of a Sarah Palin-Michele Bachmann presidential ticket in 2012. Douglas (aka Lance Baxter) writes on his blog that he "decided to pin his hopes on a political powerhouse duo who could both save the needy and stop our sun from going supernova. That duo was Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann." He adds: "You may say that I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one."

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