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President Obama / Evan Vucci, AP

An organization that backs President Obama's health care law is trying to reach young people with a very amusing rap parody.

In the video produced by a group called Get Covered, a presidential impersonator urges young people to sign up for coverage with a spoof of the tune "Drop It Like It's Hot" (a hit for Snoop Dogg, now known as Snoop Lion).

Sample lyrics:

"When I'm in the Oval Office/

"Call me President Barack, President Barack, President Barack /

"When my critics get an attitude/

"I tell 'em to stop, I tell 'em to stop, I tell 'em to stop /

"And if you need that new health care/

"Sign up 'cause it's hot, sign up 'cause it's hot, sign up 'cause it's hot."



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