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article imageOp-Ed: Broadway stars sing from their hearts in support of Obama

By Sherene Chen-See     Sep 1, 2012 in Politics
Leading Broadway stars have rewritten and recorded this stirring version of a song from 'Les Miserables,' in a tribute to Barack Obama.
Broadway and musical theatre performers Sean Smith, David Burnham, Kim Huber, Christina Saffran Ashford, Damon Kirsche, David Engel, Jennifer Shelton, Emma Ashford, Matthew Ashford, Ali B. Olmo, Johnny Pastor, Bubba Dean Rambo, William Martinez, Flora Rubenhold, Takako Gregg, Teri Yates, Mason Keane, and Paula Keane sang from their hearts in a parody of 'One Day More' from Les Miserables.
President Obama should seriously consider using this song, titled 'One Term More,' for his re-election campaign. It will make you smile and give you goosebumps at the same time.
The song talks about repealing Republican hypocrisy and points out that unemployment is in retreat and Detroit is back on its feet. After making some very pointed statements about the Republican party and its leader, Mitt Romney, the song winds down by saying "Obama's just beginning... Don't let 'em down election day... One term more!"
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