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Who Said ‘Yes, We Can’ First?

The now-famous slogan "Yes, We Can" is largely attributed to the rise of Barack Obama. But, as it turns out, the first one who used it was Rabbi Moshe D. Bryski from Agoura Hills, CA, in a High Holiday speech in September of 2001. Jewish Abstract Media/Mendy Pellin is now capitalizing on that with an all new and fresh video clip for Chanukah. If you believe in change watch in Video

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Great
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Great

Very moving. Great work

Beautiful!!!!
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Beautiful!!!!

very touching. great work mendy pellin

Hey PEllin
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Hey PEllin

You did it again!!

Chabad SHliach
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Chabad SHliach

Just my little feedback about the video

Even though the election is over
does not mean tensions have died down
I still dont want Obama
and I still ‘brech’ when I as well as all other Republicans hear the words Yes We Can
and therefore
at least for our Chabad House
I dont think we would be getting this video

wait
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wait

i’m also a shliach and maybe such a video should wait till Jan. 21 2009

also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_-TlOtiuNs

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