>> [Music playing in the background] >> It's important that we motivate and inspire
people for something. This fellow out here with the yellow shirt,
Macaco or whatever his name is. >> [Music playing in the background] >> That old Beach Boys song, Barbara Ann.
Bam Bam Bam. Anyway. >> I love my country and I'm concerned about
its future. >> This is an incredibly challenging time
for our country. >> [Music playing] >> And I'll be filing papers today to create
a Presidential Exploratory Committee. >> I am a strong supporter of responsible
domestic production. >> Simple.
We're gonna have to produce more energy and have to consume less. >> This is the first interview ever to be
conducted with a Presidential candidate from a college dorm room. >> I want to be part of a team. >> My plan to secure the border?
Two words: Chuck Norris. >> [Music playing] >> I'm wondering if you, as politicians, can
actually answer the questions that are posted here tonight. >> Would you be willing to meet separately
with the leaders of Iran, Cuba, and North Korea? >> What would you do to reign in corporate
power and abuse? >> [Singing] Hallelujah!
It's raining McCain. >> He's the biggest celebrity in the world. >> [Crowd chanting 'Obama'] >> And then of course you have Obama. >> [Singing] I got a crush on Obama. >> Yes, we can. >> Senator Obama, welcome to, uh, YouTube. >> Thank you so much.
I appreciate it. >> It's great to have you here. >> Thank you. >> What you guys have done is remarkable. >> [Music playing] >> I nominate Barak Obama because… >> He's the most progressive candidate on
the issues. >> I support John McCain in 2008. >> He will protect our nation from those that
wish to harm us. >> You think you can tell John McCain apart
from Barak Obama? >> Your new tax plan's gonna tax me more. >> It's not that I wanna punish your success. >> Well, hi.
My name is Helen and I'm Joe the Plumber, too. >> [Music playing] >> I'm getting my voter card and I'm going
to vote. >> All right, you guys.
I just now finished voting. >> And I just, umm, panned the camera accross
where we're witnessing a curb-side voting. >> If there is anyone out there who still
doubts that America is a place where all things are possible, tonight is your answer. >> [Music playing]