Yeah, this was bound to happen.

The proposal to build an NFL stadium downtown now has its own YouTube video mash-up, courtesy of someone named MrNachoTax. We spotted the video (after the jump) after it was posted earlier this month.

It questions whether the no-public-money promises of Anschutz Entertainment Group, the owner of Staples Center, are sincere.

The questions have dogged AEG, even as its L.A. honcho, Tim Leiweke, has said repeatedly that no tax money would be spent and that the company would guarantee repayment of about $350 million in bonds needed to help get the project going at the site of the old Convention Center West Hall.

But Bloomberg News reported earlier this week that AEG's assurances are less than those it gave to the city when it built Staples Center 13 years ago.

Anyway, here's the video:

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