The controversial new ‘GOP Phone - There’s a War for That’ parody is a hilarious take on the current battlefield that is the American political system. The war on religion, drugs and women that has been featured prominently spread across the news has now gotten its own parody.
The video essentially makes the accusation that the Republican party of the U.S makes frivolous "wars" out of issues. The video includes gay marriage, ethnic diversity and women, but the fake app buttons also hint towards drugs, religion and education, among others. The hysterical, yet controversial video created by David Donar is a timely political satire not only relating to the 2012 Presidential election, but the alleged tone of the overall American political system and all of the polarizing turbulence it is currently experiencing.
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