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Could Hillary Have Picked a Lamer Campaign Song?

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If you haven't seen it already, Hillary Clinton's campaign spoof of The Sopranos' finale was released today (and wow is that acting bad!).

It's purpose? To show that she and Bill are still together? Nah. The video helped announce her campaign theme song. And it's possibly the lamest campaign song EVER.

Move over, Bill and Fleetwood Mac. Here comes Hill and Celine Dion.

Yup, to appeal to all those kids and liberals out there, she picked the Canadian queen's "You and I." (Why? For the love of God, why?)

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Of course, Hillary held an interactive voting campaign on her website to let the masses pick the winning song, but those Celine fans probably stuffed the ballot box. What was wrong with Journey's "Don't Stop Believin"?

Hillary, this is America. Democracy can always be overruled.