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[*] posted on 9-1-2008 at 04:37
Bill Clinton's signature song was "Don't Stop Thinking about Tomorrow." One pundit said that a Hillary theme, with Bill, Bill's strategists and supporters, and her references to all her experience as if his experience were hers, could be "Don't Stop Thinking about Yesterday."

Gov. Huckabee loves to jam on electric bass guitar with whatever local band is present at his campaign events.

When Senator McCain walked in tonight for his victory speech, the music was "The Rocky Theme.":o:o:o

Mary Katherine Ham wrote: " The Mitt campaign, loss aside, is playing some uber-hip music. Arcade Fire's "No Cars Go?" Perhaps someone with broader knowledge of music can comment on that choice, as I am unfamiliar with it.:D