If Elected President, Bernie Sanders Promises to Sing the Oscar Mayer Jingle Purely for Our Amusement

bernie sanders singing oscar mayer jingle

Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator and Democratic frontrunner for the 2020 Presidential Election, has made one of his “meatiest” promises since announcing his candidacy, and voters are taking notice. Sanders announced Wednesday that if elected President, he promises to sing the Oscar Mayer jingle for no other reason than in the interest of entertaining American voters.

“Look,” Sanders began while on stage at a fundraising event held at a car dealership, which was once a steel mill, “every voter deserves to hear their President sing the Oscar Mayer jingle, especially if their President has a gruffy, Brooklyn accent. If elected, this will happen. Plain and simple. I can be just as entertaining as I am polarizing and I’d like to prove that at the White House.”

 

Sanders has made it clear that he vehemently disagrees with corporate interests and that he doesn’t line up with the principles of Oscar Mayer, nor does he endorse their policies as the leader in baloney.

 

Senator Sanders has made sure to state that he vehemently disagrees with corporate interests and that he doesn’t particularly line up with the principles of Oscar Mayer, nor does he endorse their policies as the leader in baloney. He believes singing the jingle is a battle cry and a way of conquering these corporate interests. At the same rally he commented, “Look–Oscar Mayer, and other corporations, especially those that get tremendous tax breaks on the shoulders of taxpayers, are not the only ones who can sing about baloney. I can shout baloney, too!”

The Oscar Mayer jingle, according to political historians, has never been sung publicly by a sitting President. To note, it has only been sung by one President, and it was George W. Bush, who according to former First Lady Laura Bush, “sang it in the shower quite often”.

 

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