'Wrong Direction' Boy Band Calls for Romney to Disclose

Faux boy band “Wrong Direction” joined the chorus of those calling for Gov. Mitt Romney to release more than two years of tax returns this week in a music video called “Disclosure.” The five scantily-clad singers (in reality, they’re underwear models) demand that the presumptive presidential nominee reveal what he’s “hiding down below” — his financial assets, that is.

Donning Speedos and equipped with dance moves that gyrate to the tune of One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful,” the video—paid for by a super PAC called Full Frontal Freedom—makes it difficult to resist the head bopping sure to result from watching the parody regardless of whether you’re a Romney supporter. The super PAC’s YouTube page says it is a “coalition of independent artists and media folks using our creativity to promote civic engagement.”

Here’s the clutch hook:

“Romney, you lie to voters like nobody else
Your super PAC’s giant size gets Dems overwhelmed
When you smile at your wealth, it ain’t hard to tell.
You oughta show, oh-oh, what you’re hiding down below.”


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