There’s a lot to look forward to during election time; conventions, debates, catchy beats. You know what I’m talking about; those upbeat tunes that ring like freedom at rallies, speeches, and pretty whenever a candidate walks into a room.
And for hundreds of years, U.S presidential candidates and leaders from all over the world, have continued the tradition of embarrasing themselves by choosing the wrong song. Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein carefully picked out Whitney Houston’s “I will always love you” for his sham campaign in 2002.
Syrian pop star Mayyada Bselees’ Arabic cover of the love ballad (originally written and performed by Dolly Parton) was broadcast on dawn-to-dusk radio spots from Baghdad to Basra. So there you go folks, Saddam Hussein will always love you.
Sir, let’s be honest. I don’t really wanna "date" your daughter.
Rubber band effect. The harder you pull them back, the farther they’ll shoot away.