Will no one elect comedian-politician Steve Berke?

The one-time Miami Beach mayoral candidate and Yale grad is pro-partying, pro-saxophone, and just released a viral parody of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’s catchy “Thrift Shop“ that touts the legalization of marijuana — something we’re pretty sure a large number of his fellow Miamians get behind on the regular.

“Nixon is the president who made the plant illegal/but science is now showing that it’s medicine for people/and the private sector’s fighting to keep all of that illegal,” Berke raps, dropping an argument against the war on drugs with “special guest” Playboy Playmate Amanda Cerny along for the fun.

Also receiving shout-outs: Colorado, Washington, Fritos, snuggies, Reeces Pieces, and Ben & Jerry’s. “We currently have over 575,000 hits in 4 days!” Berke crowed to The Huffington Post.

The references to Colorado and Washington are a nod to voters in those states who passed historic measures last November legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.

Will going viral (again) galvanize his base in the “After Party”? Berke received roughly a quarter of the votes while running for mayor in 2011, and his website carries a promise: “We will build on our momentum and run again in 2013!”

Macklemore, it appears, approves of the remake — if you don’t blink, you’ll find his cameo at the end of the song.