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The video, titled "Glease" -- a somewhat awkward blending of the song "You're the One That I Want" from the musical "Grease" with the bubblegum production style of the TV show "Glee" -- features Ettinger engaged in a teenybopper game of cat-and-mouse with YouTube's foremost President Obama impersonator, Alphacat. The basic premise is that "Obama" wants Ettinger's vote, but he'll need to "bone up" to get it, or risk losing losing the election -- perhaps to a candidate that the video depicts as Rick "Frothy Shake Shack" Santorum. The message is a far cry from Ettinger's viral hit that launched her career, but not surprising considering interviews she's given since suggesting that her affection for Obama is now more conditional on tangible results. I certainly don't dislike Obama. I think he's done a lot of really great stuff, but he doesn't get enough credit for the things he does. What he does is just never enough.
Senator later President Barack Obama. The video was produced by BarelyPolitical. The concept was the brainchild of year-old advertising executive Ben Relles. Proceeds from the auction were donated to the Philadelphia Committee to End Homelessness.
Amber Lee Ettinger born October 2,  [ unreliable source? Ettinger became notable after being hired to portray Obama Girl in Barely Political 's June Internet video " Crush on Obama ", in which she lip-synced the lyrics to the song expressing admiration of then- U. Senator Barack Obama. Her interest in entertainment began at an early age. She participated in beauty pageants, dance recitals, theater, cheerleading competitions, and more.