CNN’s Atlanta HQ was the venue for an encore performance by a group of sixth and seventh graders from Ron Clark Academy, whose political rap has become a web sensation.
Kyra Phillips began the segment this afternoon by interviewing the students about their political leanings (most supported Sen. Barack Obama, but both sides were represented) and how they came up with the bipartisan song. Then, of course, they performed it. Click here for the full CNN segment, below is a portion of the kids at CNN HQ, and after the jump, the YouTube video that started it all:
Click continued to see the full rap…
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