Stephen Harper Style Video: 'Air Farce' Spoofs Prime Minister With 'Gangnam Style' Parody

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Oppa Harper Style!

A new (and truly terrible) parody of Psy's phenomenal hit 'Gangnam Style' created by Air Farce and starring 'Stephen Harper' (Craig Lauzon) is creating a stir online.

So what is Stephen Harper Style?

Well, the video makes reference to several of this year's Conservative Party controversies, such as scrapping the long-gun registry, the F-35 deal and budget cuts.

It also features 'Bev Oda' (Luba Goy), a cameo by CBC's George Stroumboulopoulos, and the 'Prime Minister' in his Conservative skivvies -- something we can't erase from our brains. And hey, is that Treasury Board President Tony Clement in the sauna with him?

The video will air during Air Farce's New Year's Eve Special, which begins on Dec. 31 at 8 p.m.

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