Watch: Epic Rap Battle Has Mitt Romney Facing Off Against Barack Obama

It is unlikely that tonight's Presidential debate will manage to be quite as entertaining as the latest Epic Rap Battle, which has "Mitt Romney" and "Barack Obama" facing off in a rap battle. Watch the video and see how things escalate, and then decide who won this debate.

For those of you who are new to ERB, the Epic Rap Battles of History put two known people (celebrities, characters, historical figures, etc) together and have them rap it out. Viewers decide who wins and request who they want to face off next. This week, we get Obama vs. Romney, just in time for the Presidential debate. You may think you've chosen a side, but there's a third point of view you might not have considered, so watch the whole video before you declare a winner!

I think it's pretty clear that Lincoln comes out on top of this one, with the eagle coming in as a close second.

"By the power invested in me by this giant bald bird, the president shall not be the shiniest of two turds. You (points to Obama), I want to like you. Don't talk about change, just do it! I fought for what was on my brain until a bullet went through it. And you (faces Romney), Moneybags. You're a pancake! You're flip-floppity! It's a country not a company you can play like monopoly. (to both of them) I'll properly reach across the aisle and bitch smack you as equals - Of the people. By the people. For the people. Eagle!"

If you liked the above video, check out the Frank Sinatra vs. Freddie Mercury battle, or The Mario Bros. vs. the Wright Bros.. Or take your pick from the many other rap battles at the ERB YouTube Channel.

Kelly West
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