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Change We Can Belieber In?

Cornerites, you might watch this video and see a wholesome teeny-bopper doing a halfway-decent impersonation of a man with whom we have cause to vehemently disagree just about every day. 

I watch it and I see a semi-articulate pubescent millionaire Canadian with a comb-forward mocking the sitting president of the United States on national television, and I’m ready to fight the Aroostook War

But maybe I’m overreacting.

UPDATE: Of course I’m overreacting. And (mostly) kidding.

Daniel Foster — Daniel Foster has been news editor of National Review Online since 2009, and was a web site editor until 2012. His work has appeared in The American Spectator, The American ...

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