Ron Paul 2012 Supporter Remakes 'Pokemon' Song For Campaign [VIDEO]

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Ron Paul 2012 supporter Jason Paige, the original singer of the Pokemon TV show theme, has remade the song with lyrics pro-Ron Paul campaign lyrics. Watch a hilarious video of the new remix here.

The singer, who is best known for singing the Pokemon theme in 1998, has also created a range of popular commercial jingles for companies ranging from Mountain Dew to Pepto Bismol, said that almost all the original lyrics fit as is, according to Game Informer.

And it appears that he is pretty much true, as he sings many similar words, though the chorus is changed to Ron Paul, you gotta catch 'em all ... oh you're my best friend, in a world we must defend.

The song is an absolutely hilarious tribute to the long-time Texas congressman, who is the last remaining candidate opposing Mitt Romney for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.

Ron Paul has built a strong following of vociferous followers throughout the country, and has begun to stack up large numbers of delegates in states from Nevada to Massachusetts in a strategy that echoes the 1920 Republican primary, in which Warren G. Harding won the nomination despite being a strong underdog heading into the GOP convention.

As such, Paulites have been reinvigorated, and a number of Ron Paul tributes have emerged in recent monts, including a trailer for an upcoming video game to be entitled Ron Paul: the Road to REVOLution.

And Jason Paige's Pokemon theme song remake video includes a range of facts about his delegate strategy and various other tidbits of information about his continuing campaign.

Press play below to watch the Pokemon theme song video:

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