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Obama Dallas Looks To Spread The Word On Saturday At Lizard Lounge

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This should be good news for those still on an Obama high after last night's coronation acceptance speech. Obama Dallas will be registering voters at the Lizard Lounge tomorrow night. I can only imagine the thoughtful, well-informed political discourse the volunteers will have with the go-go dancers and graphic-tee enthusiasts on their way into the club.

Perhaps DJ Markus Schulz will be moved to play Dallas rapper Pikahsso's tribute to Barack. No?

Well, maybe he'll play sometime Dallas resident Boy George's "Yes We Can." Still wouldn't work, you say?

Well, he could always remix it. --Jesse Hughey

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