Chicago Young Republicans Cover ‘Call Me Maybe’ In YouTube Video
Chicago Young Republicans cover “Call Me Maybe” in a video that is rapidly garnering hits on YouTube. The young men and women showcased their creativity by tweaking the standard “Call Me Maybe” lyrics and turning the tune into a catchy political song. The Chicago Young Republicans “Call Me Maybe” video encourages other young people in the Chicago area to join them and help make phone calls for the Mitt Romney campaign — and enjoy a little beer and pizza in the process.
The Chicago Young Republicans “Call Me Maybe” cover video explains why they feel it is so important to help Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan reach the White House but does not use an attack ad style to get their message across. In addition to sharing a pro-Romney message, the “Call Me Maybe” YouTube video also offers a bit of insight into the under 40 demographics of the Republican Party.
The Chicago Young Republicans “Call Me Maybe” cover features members of various races and nearly amounts of college age women as well as men, societal segments not often included in the stereotypical version of the Republican Party.
Here are some excerpts from the “Call Me Maybe” YouTube video:
Small business folding
Private sector isn’t growing
Give me back my country
Because we deserve victory
Hey, if you’re like me
And going crazy,
We’re calling, baby
The upbeat “Call Me Maybe” cover video also notes that it is difficult to be “right” in Chicago and encourages other like-minded and young Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan supporters to come join. The Chicago Young Republicans tell “Call Me Maybe” cover video viewers not to give — there is a place for them to fit in, have fun and make a difference in the way the country is run. The Chicago Young Republicans chapter was founded in 2005 and seeks to be a gathering place for smart, positive individuals, the Chicago YRs website notes.