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Presidential candidate ringtones!

Phillip Torrone
June 24, 2004
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Folks, it's Presidential candidate season this week — Clinton's new book is out and it's also the US debut of Michael Moore's new film "Fahrenheit 9/11" — so it's pretty much over-the-top politically charged out there. But you don't need to be a "DC insider" to be part of it! Show your support for the candidate you love (or hate) by having them endorse your incoming phone call with these ringtones. Each ringtone is the candidate saying their name and that they "approve this message". Meetings, movie theaters, anywhere your phone might ring, you can have these FREE ringtones to proclaim to the world who you're voting for (or not). Bush, Kerry and Nader, collect' em, trade' em!

 

If you have a phone which support WAV/MP3 you most likely know that already, these will not work with phones that only support midi since they are voice/music files. We included OggVorbis files as well…just because we could, a great reason!

Right click/ctrl click and save the file to your local system, or just click to listen.

kerry"I'm John Kerry and I approve this message".
Kerry MP3
Kerry WAV
Kerry OGG







bush"I'm George W. Bush and I approve this message".
Bush MP3
Bush WAV
Bush OGG







nader"I'm Ralph Nader, running for president and I approve this mess".
Nader MP3
Nader WAV
Nader OGG







For all files in a zip file click here.































Click here to see a video of the ring tones in action on a P900, Pocket PC Phone and SmartPhone!

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