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In an effort to both combat the recent Republican National Committee's TV spot showcasing quotes from Osama Bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri, of which MSNBC's Keith Olbermann recently labeled terrorism in and of itself, and generate a little humor RCR Entertainment has today released a satirical video on You Tube titled "New Al Qaeda Election Tape Intercepted."

Mimicking the style and tone of the RNC's advertisement, a small team of filmmakers have struck back with a grassroots answer to the massive machine of the current Administration: Osama and Ayman want the Republicans to win, as they are the best recruiting tool the Jihad has ever had.

This video, while not offering an actual conversation or transcript from the Al-Qaeda leaders, distills a very basic facet of our current global crisis: if we let those who are in power remain in power, things can only get worse.



*** A freelance writer living in Central Texas, Edward Preston focuses his writing on politics, socio-economics, and culture. ***

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