ForAmerica unveils ‘MariObama 2’

Will Rahn Senior Editor
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The conservative group ForAmerica has released a new, Nintendo-inspired video blasting President Obama’s jobs plan.

The video follows “MariObama” as he raises money by grabbing coins from mid-air, avoids tackling the deficit, and knocks a can down a golf course at the “1st Annual Debt-Ceiling invitational.” He then joins LuigiJoe to unveil their new “spending…I mean jobs…plan.”’

The video is a sequel to the original MariObama video released last April. David Bozell, Executive Director of ForAmerica, says “Super MariObama 2 is meant to bring humor into the process of educating people about President Obama’s approach to jobs and the economy.”

ForAmerica chairman Brent Bozell told TheDC’s Matt Lewis last spring that the group “will continue to grow because we will challenge Obama’s leftist policies and hold Washington accountable for the out-of-control spending” and that “In 2012, ForAmerica will be the most active and effective conservative grassroots organization of its kind in the United States.”

Whatever you might think of their quirky videos, Bozell’s strategy seems to be working: as of Tuesday, ForAmerica had over 1.4 million fans on Facebook.

Watch the video here:

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