Ladies and Gentlemen, the Birther Theme Song:
Don’t blame me. Blame Kevin K. at Rumproast for digging this up.
by John Cole| 99 Comments
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Ladies and Gentlemen, the Birther Theme Song:
Don’t blame me. Blame Kevin K. at Rumproast for digging this up.
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You what the best part is? The banjo. Gives it that ‘real america’ sound.
I still blame you for posting this.
My ears would retch if they could.
Is she trying to hypnotize us?
Brick Oven Bill
That is a good song. She needs a better band.
Not going there. The trowelled-on makeup and the crappy highlights in the funky mullet haircut are all I need to see to know that I cannot afford to lose the braincells this video would cost me.
Harmonica, fiddle, banjo, guitar, light drums. What’s not to like? I’m kind of surprised how well produced this was, though… Is there a “Country Music Studio” available for Macintosh that has a hundred banjo licks, violin fills and harmonica riffs in the keys of C, G, and A?
If you want rockabilly activism, though, this one is much better.
(it’s the United Airlines broke my damn guitar song)
There is no way I’m listening to that. I still haven’t recovered from the “conservative rap.”
Tremendously awful. What’s with the bedroom eyes?, too. Ooooh yeah, work it, girl: nothing like a little racism-fueled treachery to get me hard up. Just call me randy.
That needs to go viral.
I was a Republican in the 90s during Clinton. Was it that bad then? ( Even at that point, I still would have though Sarah Palin was a Nidiot though. So maybe that excuses me, somewhat?)
I thought this was the theme song to “Deliverance”
Yet another exhibit, alongside ‘conservative rap’, Christian Rock and Dennis Miller, that right-wing ‘art’ is execrable crap.
Nobody could have expected that obedience, conformity, exaltation of willful ignorance, fear and hate were antithetical to artistry.
Enough of the birther nonsense, how about a picture of Tunchus futonus, right now to bring sanity to the proceedings.
I don’t know, Peak Wingnut has to arrive sometime.
Maybe this is it. No?
Is that the song they will play when they are putting me down ???
Jay Andrew Allen
@demkat620 – I thought Palin brought peak wingnut with her “Barack’s gonna eat mah BAYBEE!” spew.
Wait . . . what? I think I blacked out there for a couple of minutes. And why are my ears bleeding?
Laura W, if you’re out there, I need a video stat!
Peak wingnut, is like dividing by zero, it does not exist and tends to infinity, hence will never be reached.
Formative moment from my adolescence was back when Dad listened to Limbaugh. He had a bit where he took Layla by Derek and the Dominoes, and turned it into:
“Donna Sheleila, [do doot doo] you got me on my knees Sheleila”.
It was fucking awful. But not this bad. But still awful. You betcha.
This isn’t going to go away, is it?
Gawd. SO not going there. Saturday has been good to me so far.
Here’s my song for the birthers and the town hall wrecking crews (if that’s not completely redundant): Circle Jerks playing Robyn Hitchcock’s ‘I Wanna Destroy You’.
Au contraire. See, e.g., Leni Riefenstahl, or D.W. Griffith for counter examples. If anything, the current “right wing” movement is historically distinguished by its unexpectedly terrible aesthetics.
I demand much better graphic design from my reactionary hate movements! And at least make the bloody trains run on time.
How long before Sarah Palin posts this video up on her facebook page?
You’re powerful, man! I heard your pain from here. This will fix you right up:
You’re so very close! The sequence on top shelf, left to right:
Joni, Bonnie, EBTG, Laura!
Damn you’re good.
That woman is SO hot.
She’ll be selling CD’s of this awesome ditty outside healthcare meetings, no doubt.
If you look closely, you’ll see there is a disturbing, crusted combination of Crystal Meth granules and horse shit under those fetchingly long fingernails.
Ew. I wouldn’t fuck her with yours. She looks like Mickey Rourke with blush, hoop earrings, and 80s glam hair.
@Steeplejack: Re. Ms. Nyro…I could write a long short story on her beyond-significant place in my late teens, early 20s, but won’t. What a horrible loss, her death from ovarian cancer at 49.
This is in the car right now. I think it’s probably in my top ten favorite albums of all time:
Bet she cooks up an awesome pork ‘n bean batch for the potlucks after the weekly cross-burnings.
Polish the Guillotines
Barry Soetoro — you’ve been Post’d!
Triplewrap. Those formerly meth-addled football team bangers down south frequently carry around stuff that hasn’t even been identified yet. Of course, now that they’ve found Jesus and the Klan, they only fall off the wagon a couple of times a year, so the flareups die down.
She looks like she getting plowed from behind and ready to have an explosive orgasm… ewwwwwwwww. Never seen anyone so in ecstasy to sing a song.
I would have rather been rick-rolled.
Dear lord…I watch about half of it before giving up, run off to take a shower, and before I step in, I find the song stuck in my head. And because songs stuck in your head are always amplified while you’re taking a shower (and may lead to singing), I had to abort and rig up some other music to play.
So no, I ain’t letting you off the hook for this one, John!
Ah, Creedence . . .
I tried to self-medicate by finding a video of Faith Hill doing “Take Me as I Am,” but no luck. I am not a big Faith Hill fan, but I do like her first album a lot, and I was disappointed to see that she left “Take Me” off her greatest hits. WTF?! Excellent song.
My favorite obscure Creedence song is “Walk on the Water.” (Sorry, slide show only.) Sort of Stephen King meets Southern gothic swamp rock. Totally in a good way.
And Bonnie Raitt: “Everybody’s Cryin’ Mercy.”
Gotta go to work in a bit, but I’ll be back tonight.
joe from Lowell
Judging by the hair, outfit, and makeup, I can only conclude that there was some kind of question about the citizenship of either Walter Mondale or Michael Dukakis.
If that creationist dinosaur park that just closed had a Marriot Suites attached to it, and that Marriot had a lounge in the bar, and that lounge had a house band, that band had a warmup act? This chick wouldn’t be it.
This is what happens when you tell teh gayes to get lost. There’s nobody left to tell you that honey, that fill-in-the-blank really isn’t as fabulous as you think.
Ten bucks says her granpappy wore a sombrero.
It’s almost as if all the republican party took the seething, wild-eyed hatred they had of the Clintons and bottled it, put it in the cellar, and then took it down off the shelf on November 3rd, 2008 and downed the whole bottle. The only thing is that it’s much stronger now, it’s had 8 years to ferment. They’re all totally blind drunk with rage and fear.
Can’t we offset this somehow? Say with competing video from Obama Girl?
BTW, I love the helpful text. This would be Bill O’Reilly’s dream YouTube video, except even he thinks the birthers are nutjobs.
@wasabi gasp: Where the heck have you been? I was just thinking about you the other day and how I haven’t seen you in some time.
Oh, and as for the video…not…gonna…do…it.
I made a mix CD combining Nyro’s versions of her hits with the (usually more popular) versions done by others. Ended up using quite a few non-hits and covers from the stuff she did with LaBelle backing her up. Lots of a cappella stuff. I love “The Bells.”
My favorite Nyro song: “Eli’s Coming.” Her version and Three Dog Night’s are great bookends.
I got tired, so I took a nap.
Fuck me. I had to click on it. I just had to. I hate you, John Cole, for posting this (although I did manage to turn it off halfway in), and I hate myself even more for falling for your evil trap.
Coooooooole!!!!!! (Pics of Tunch would help ease the pain. As would a couple of fingers of bourbon).
Who knew that the poor comedy of “Hee Haw” would form the intellectual underpinning for a political movement?
@wasabi gasp: Well, thank you for finally waking the hell up.
Okay. This, combined with the peak of stupidity from Caribou Barbie yesterday and the anarchy of the town halls, has worn me down. I can’t take it any more. Please tell Obama to send his Death Committee to take me away to the Death Camps. I just fucking give up.
Chock full of internet win.
I am much more of a John Ashcroft, Let the Eagle Soar fan.
The Sheriff's a Ni-
She needs backup singers.
She also writes vampire novels…
@asiangrrlMN: When I went to bed, America was a crazy place. I figured when I woke everything might be different, and it is, it’s completely freakin’ nuts.
Where’s my pillow?
How about some Willy DeVille as antidote? (Sadly, he died of cancer this week. Too damn soon.)
The ignorant twunt hasn’t confined her slackjawed efforts to this.
From the last thread, David Neiwert has three videos of the other side of the civil war prepping their minds for battle.
@wasabi gasp: Don’t you DARE go back to sleep. If I have to endure the craziness, so do you.
The Secret Service may investigate a fax sent to a Democratic lawmaker that depicts President Barack Obama as the Joker and warns of “death to all Marxists.”
Please accept my humblest apologies.
But, c’mon, Orly Taitz rocks that banjo, yo.
We may as well shut down the interwebs today, for eastriver has clearly won them.
That song totally made my day. The beginning of it was very reminiscent of “5-Piece Chicken Dinner”.
What worries me is that TV signals from our planet are leaking out into the broader universe, and they are probably being monitored by technologically advanced alien civilizations. Once they see this shit, and get wind of Sarah Palin’s statement yesterday about Obama’s “death panels,” they are going to conclude that the Earthlings need to be eliminated, and they will zap us with a cosmic ray that will extinguish all life.
My most fervent hope at the moment is that either Planned Parenthood or MoveOn buys the Dinosaur Park.
As long as they stick to human life, I hardly see a downside to that.
Oh god, that was awful. And I only got through the first 30 seconds.
“Barack’s gonna eat mah BAYBEE!”
For the win, as the kids say.
Not quite a unicorn chaser, but along those lines:
Ain’t Ridin’ by Crashing Vor
They spent 7 years and $70 million investigating a land deal on which Clinton lost money, before finally finding out he once got a blow job from someone he wasn’t married to.
It was. I was a Rush listening Republican, but moved to being an actual Republican (I don’t think those exist for the most part anymore) because I couldn’t stand all the “Clinton is a rapist”, “Clinton is drug dealer” and “Clinton is a murderer” crap.
Then Bush happened, and I switched to DFH completely.
The current odd lack of design in the right wing is limited to more self produced and online forums, but I do think it is at least in some part done on purpose.
If it looks professional, it makes the claim (usually true) that is astroturf easier to believe. Some of the content is intentionally given bad design to make is look real.
Mac from Oregon
She is grotesque, but the very kind of girl that an aspiring Tim McVeigh would like to impress. And that worries me, a lot.
Song for the birthers
Bertha – The Grateful Dead
@gbear: Oh, come on! I can like the Dead Milkmen AND bluegrass covers of Pink Floyd.
Had to bail when she twirls her finger, “Thought you were so grate (er, great).” Reminds me of a bumper sticker spied yesterday in the burbs: “How’s that “Hope” and “Change” working out for you?” I wanted to follow her into the mall parking lot (hot Saab on Honda action) and say, “God, hasn’t it just been GREAT?!? I can’t BELIEVE what a first six months it’s been. Just think, seven and a half years to go!”
But I suppose I would have found myself explaining what a great idea that was to the sheriffs. Darn socialist gummint.
I hate you with the passion of a thousand suns now.
KILL IT WITH FIRE!
Seriously, no amount of brain bleach will make me forget hearing this dreg. Even the dueling banjos couldn’t save it. And homegirl, last time your haircut was cute Bret Michaels was still a semi-respected musician.
Someone needs to mash this up with the “play him off keyboard kat” or “rick astley”. That would make it watchable.
Ghaddamn, thanks for that link! I wanna destroy you is the perfect anthem for the wingnuts; washed that bullshit above right outta my ears. Hilarious video, too; never heard the CJs cover it.
Of course, that song was originally written for Ronnie Reagan, back when some guy named Richard Perle (sound vaguely familiar?) and his buddies was advising Reagan to start pushing the nuclear threat level up. So Hitchcock felt, hell, this is it, we’re all gonna get vaporized.
I feel it coming on again
Just like it did before
They feed your pride with boredom
And they lead you on to war
The way you treat each other
Really makes me feel ill
Cause if you want to fight
Then you’re just dying to get killed
I wanna destroy you
I wanna destroy you
xhtml no like me. That thanks was fer gbear.
Is that…Pia Zadora?
Extra helping of nuts on your Saturday cereal http://www.stopmedicare.org/
Elderly teageezers support this, that’s how dumb they are.
I paused at the :37 mark, and she looks like she’s getting ready to hurl all over her mic.
You mean her FacePalm page?
loved the “acting” during the bridge @ around 1:56
Eastriver’s comment about the creo dino museum reminded me that yesterday was the day that PZ Meyers and a large group of sane people went to the Creation Museum in Kentucky. Hilarity ensues.
See, all they need to fix that is the video for Obama’s proposal for electrical safety, as presented by one of the deth boards, dethklok.
Don’t think you’re getting off that easy, Cole.
@Sentient Puddle: If you got halfway through you have more fortitude than I do. I watched about 30 sec at most. I was amused at the comments on YouTube. Several basically saying “This has to be a parody, right? RIGHT?!?”
Do you know how stupid I feel for listening to this? As soon as I saw Cole passing the blame I should have known better, but noooooooo, had to hit the play button in some wretched masochistic fit of boredom. Once committed to teh stupid I had to finish it … it was not nearly as much fun as, say, sawing off my leg with a Sawzall.
If I get killed on the Harley tonight trying to get this miserable experience out of my mind I will haunt you Cole, I promise you it will be ugly. Gus will blame you, he’ll be coming for you – being eaten by 150#s of adorable will be a fitting end for such behavior. Orphaned Tunch will last be seen riding off into the sunset on Lily’s back to find a home with Sully.
John Hammond Try “Push Comes To Shove” or “Clap Hands”
@Chuck Butcher: Don’t you dare wipe out on your Harley! Who else is gonna give me my Harley pr0n? Yes, of course it’s all about me. Why do you ask?
My theory is that she still pines for Pee Wee. Back when she worked at that bike shop, he snubbed her and ran all the way to Texas just to avoid her and he concocted some outlandish tale about theft and French women and long-haul highway spirits. X Files before the X Files. And as a result of her heartbreak, she loves/hates all nerdy men and assumes that they are lying sacks of crapola.
James Bond kind of stuff, eh? Dottie’s on to you.
Still laughing at this.
Needs more cowbell.
Circle Jerks playing Robyn Hitchcock’s ‘I Wanna Destroy You’.
The Soft Boys original will always rule my turntable, but the Circle Jerks cover does have one very satisfying bonus (conceptually, at least): backing vocals by Debbie Fucking Gibson.
Sex, Drugs, and Earl Scruggs
That is the absolutely worst, crappiest banjo playing since “Take It Easy.”