Megaupload Founder Assails U.S. President in Music Video

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has launched a song online attacking U.S. President Barack Obama and urging supporters not to vote for him in November. The song and video on YouTube is called "Mr President" and offers dire warnings to U.S. voters about the President such as "don't vote for those who would take us back in time."

In another line from the song he says"what about free speech Mr President, what happened to change Mr President." 

His song goes on to complain about how "Hollywood controls politics" and how the "the government is killing innovation."

Dotcom has been accused by the U.S. government of operating an international piracy site. He will have his next extradition hearing in March of next year. If the U.S. successfully extradites Dotcom and he is convicted on all counts, he could spend 20 years in prison.

You can check out the video to your left. So far the video has 500,000 views.

Source: MyFox DC

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    Longjocks says:

    Terrible… just… terrible. He should have just gone with a short, catchy meme instead. I had no real opinion on the guy one way or the other until now. Someone who thought it was a good idea to put something like that online has to have a screw loose somewhere.

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    Neeneko says:

    Ah… ha…. encouraging people not to vote for Obama…. and he thinks Romney will do better why?

    At the end of the day, POTUS isn't all that powerful.  High profile yes, and hardly a figurehead.. but not nearly as 'in command' as people tend to picture.  Going after POTUS is not really useful.

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