Now fainting fans and Obama worshipers have some memorabilia they can buy at an overinflated price of just $30. (It’s funny, because aren’t many of his supporters the poor and downtrodden? I guess they could pull together their welfare checks….) But hey, proceeds go to Obama’s campaign. The ‘Yes We Can: Voices of a Grassroots Movement‘ is now available for purchase via the Obama website. The first-ever presidential campaign compilation features some of Hollywood’s elite leftist artists: Sheryl Crow, Kanye West, John Mayer. (Huh……why wasn’t Babs featured?)

Apparently Obama has time to put together a soundtrack revolving around his favorite subject: himself; but can’t seem to outline a specific platform for how he ‘can’ actually help our country. A McCain spokesman actually said it best:

“It’s ironic that on a day when the economy is in turmoil, Barack Obama fails to release an economic plan, but instead chooses a celebrity rock album”

Hidden Beach, behind the project, said the diverse artists contributing “underscores how deeply inspiring this campaign has been across boundaries.” I think I’m going to vomit. And of course the album features songs entitled ‘Love and Hope’ and ‘The Promised Land’. I’m surprised that last one isn’t instead ‘The Promised One‘. Not only are there 18 boring songs, but embedded throughout some of the tracks are some of Obama’s trademark phrases of hope and change, blah, blah, blah.

If you have a chance, click on the link, take a gander…….have a good laugh.