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The following songs include celebrities endorsing a political candidate, s, or a political cause:In the 2010s, the following songs contain celebrities endorsing a candidate, s, or a political cause:Country singer Miranda Lambert was famously an outspoken Democrat during the political fights of the 2012 election cycle, singing The Star-Spangled Banner on stage with Barack Obama and a campaign rally in support of the president. In 2012, country singer Keith Urban endorsed Mitt Romney, who was running as the Republican nominee for president, and also appeared in campaign advertisements with him. He also appeared in an RNC commercial, which appeared to be the first time a country singer was in a GOP ad. MTV host Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was a vocal supporter of the Democratic Party. She endorsed President Barack Obama in 2012 and appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone where she announced her support for Obamas re-election bid. Country music singer Kenny Chesney appeared in a pro-Obama Super PAC ad in 2012. In August 2014, country music singer Luke Bryan appeared in a pro-Marco Rubio Super PAC ad. In November 2014, country music singer Jason Aldean voiced support for Ted Cruz, currently running for the Republican presidential nomination, during a concert in Alabama, and endorsed him in November 2016. Country singer Carrie Underwood supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. Music in the video game series Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas often portrays politics positively. One of the musical numbers in The Sims 2 is titled, The Right Reason. Many contemporary songs by artists of a conservative or politically conservative bent include lyrics such as: All the world hates meIm a sinner, Im a sinnerI must repent, or some variant thereof. Im not a ChristianIm a ChristianIm a Christian, a song by Rush contains the line, Im not a ChristianIm a ChristianIm a ChristianIm a Christian. I dont believe in GodAnd Im not a ChristianIm a ChristianIm a ChristianIm a Christian, a song by Faith Hill contains the line, I dont believe in GodAnd Im not a ChristianIm a ChristianIm a ChristianIm a Christian, a line often used by Christian Fundamentalists. I do not identify with a religion, a song from The Black Keys album Turn Blue, 2006, by the same name states, but I do not believe in any sort of God and I do not think its necessary for humans to go anywhere. Dont take my wordDont bother asking my opinionIm not a Christian, a song by Linkin Park from the album In the End by the same name states, Ive been.

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