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Swiss Band ‘Yello’ Threatens To Sue Karl Rove Super PAC Over Ferris Bueller Song

Chica-chicaaaaah! Did Karl Rove's American Crossroads Super PAC use the song made famous from Ferris Bueller's Day Off in its new anti-Obama attack ad without permission? The Swiss electronica band, Yello are up in arms over a controversial new anti-Obama ad commissioned by Rove and his Super PAC American Crossroads that rips Obama for being cool. In between the various cool things that Obama does in the ad is a deep-voiced "Oh yeah" that sounds just like the band's "Oh Yeah" made famous in the 1986 iconic comedy.
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