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Obama vs McCain The first Presidential Debate- who won? The Poltical Pop Episode #13

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Published on Sep 29, 2008

The Political Pop comedians comment on The first Presidential debate of Senator Obama and Senator McCain

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The Political Pop is weekly show where our experts (from their home webcams!) comment on political clips.


This episodes commentators:

Mike Rotman- Emmy Nominated writer for his work on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher. Mike has produced, written and directed many television shows as well as being Director of "Star Wait." Mike is a Founding member and Executive Producer of The Political Pop. You can see more of his work at: http://www.hackcomic.com

J Keith van Straaten- (Yes, he recorded this episode on his phone in a car) J. Keith van Straaten can be seen as the host of Yahoo! Answers On The Street, a talking head on VH1's Best Week Ever and on E! countdown shows. He hosted Comedy Central's game show Beat The Geeks, and since 2004 has been producing and hosting What's My Line? - Live On Stage. He is also one of the founding members of The Political Pop.

Dave Pullano - Television Producer, comedy writer and screenwriter. Founding member of The Political Pop


Jason Stuart- Although his semi-celebrity came via stand-up, Stuart is also well-known for his work as an actor playing gay and straight roles on over forty popular television shows. Stuart has wowed audiences on the TV screen with guest roles in hit shows such as Will & Grace, George Lopez, Everybody Hates Chris, House, M.D. and Charmed, to name a few. He will always be best known for playing Dr. Thomas, the gay family therapist on My Wife & Kids.

Marcie Smolin- A native of Los Angeles Marcie Smolin began performing stand-up in the local comedy clubs at a young age. She has since become quite a successful comedian appearing on numerous television specials. She has also parlayed her gift of humor into a busy acting career with many film and television appearances. In addition to her busy acting career she has recently written and directed several stage productions in Los Angeles. Marcie is very proud to be the co founder and Managing Director of The Actors Circle in Culver City, California.



Executive Producer: Michael Rotman
Editor: Michael Rotman
Opening music by: Eban Schletter
Graphics by: Patrick Connelly

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