An historic night on Dr. Blogstein's Radio Happy Hour as both presidential... more »
An historic night on Dr. Blogstein's Radio Happy Hour as both presidential hopefuls called in with a final message to voters.
Senator John McCain (R-AZ) dialed in sounding upbeat, chipper and somewhat giggly which he admitted was due to him sneaking into his wife Cindy's medicine cabinet.
"Whatever happens," he said, "I wont feel it until Sunday."
Two minutes later, his opponent, Senator Barack Obama (D-IL), joined McCain on the show, fresh off a basketball game with some neighborhood kids and also feeling positive.
"People say that this is a big day for black people," Obama said, "but more so its a big day for half black people."
But when the two engaged, it seemed old habits from the campaign trail die hard. The two argued over taxes, celebrity endorsements and fought over who was better friends with Lando Calrissian.
At one point, McCain accused Obama of being a Sith Lord.
Of course none of this would have been made possible if not for two men. David "John McFake Siegel" and Jordan "Barack Fauxbama" Carlos, two talented comedians and impressionists from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City. « less