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March 29, 2017

"All I Have To Do Is Steam," Jim Rotondo parody of "All I Have To Do Is Dream,"The Everly Brothers, Comment by annimal Report this comment
hot stuff
"Future Foods 2," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Jon, hydrofizz sodas and manufactured water already exist. I've tasted the former from a home machine and those sodas suck! But I guess Coke & Pepsi can make them stronger, reformulate. I think we're going backwards as the first sodas were in packets as a powdered mix that was dropped into a glass of water to make soda water to settle the stomachs of 19th century businessmen!
"Tiger Stripes," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Private Eyes,"Hall & Oates, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Thanks Jon for the explanation on my other thread. I expected a pun off tiger stripes from you! Grrrr...
"Future Foods 2," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
I have seen the future! and it is... weird... 455
"I'm A Believer (Creepypasta Edition)," Jonathan parody of "I'm A Believer,"The Monkees, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
^ had to google who that was. so he created Slenderman, eh? well, good! now I don't have to worry about meeting the tall man face to not-face! thanks 4 the 5s, btw!
"Future Foods," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
Bad Dog - yeah, thanks mate. my comment was a joke, though. obviously I knew what Soylent Green was, hence the joke about the taste. apparently, joke didn't land, though.
Rob - sorry mate, yes, I enjoyed this and your "Hall & Oates" entry from yesterday, which I also voted and gave 5s to.
"All I Have To Do Is Steam," Jim Rotondo parody of "All I Have To Do Is Dream,"The Everly Brothers, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
I thought you would use steam in the bathroom, but still...555!
"I Sprayed You," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Jeff Report this comment
This really bugged me (bad pun)!
"Cake For Me," Luis Matias parody of "Take On Me,"A-ha, Comment by Sally Report this comment
Let them eat cake, eh? 5-5-5. How about doing a parody about tea?
"Your Pimple," Agrimorfee parody of "My Doorbell,"The White Stripes, Comment by Greg Report this comment
An instant 'pop' hit?
"Undermine Trump," The Vast Right Wing Conspiracy parody of "Under My Thumb,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Proud liberal Report this comment
Trump is his own worst enemy. Just leave him alone and he'll fall.
"LeMat was Crude," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Walt Report this comment
I saw a girl with a pink Ar-15 at a gun show a few weeks back. Does the manufacturer make them as special or do you have to buy the parts as custom?
"Scho(-Ka-Kola)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Blow,"Ke$ha, Comment by Jim Report this comment
They should sell this stuff at Starbucks!
"I'm A Believer (Creepypasta Edition)," Jonathan parody of "I'm A Believer,"The Monkees, Comment by Brad Report this comment
Eric Knudsen is creepy! 5's
"Barney's Dead," Misty parody of "I Love You,"Barney, Comment by Glennis Report this comment
I used to love Barney as a kid, but he seems so dated now. Still, no one should be saying such nasty things about him.

March 28, 2017

"Future Foods," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Jon, you didn't comment to me... so did you like the topics? Need your input.
"Rocky Road Never Forgets," Dylan Baranski parody of "Rock and Roll Never Forgets,"Bob Seger, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Hey Dylan, don't know what to say about the same topic, but you do it well- 555!
"Future Foods," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Bad Dog Report this comment
^^^ Jonathan, stop licking your balls and look at this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zAFA-hamZ0
"Tiger Stripes," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Private Eyes,"Hall & Oates, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Jon passing up a Hall & Oates parody...???
"She's Cold as Ice," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "It's Cold as Ice,"4711 Ice Cologne Commercial, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Australian 1970s 4711 Ice Cologne commercial:
https://youtu.be/MszuCHn0k-A
"Future Foods," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Btw Patrick, the black crude insect protein bars can be seen in the "Snowpiercer" movie.
"Raccoon Poop Flam-be," Old Man Ribber parody of "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes,"The Platters, Comment by Oldboy Report this comment
The original lyrics included an old Russian saying: "When your heart's on fire/You must realize/Smoke gets in your eyes." This means, simply, "Love is blind."
As for the origin of this parody, I first heard a close variation of the first few lines in the early 1940s. Jack Masten was a teenager then, so I guess the parody predated his productive years.
"Future Foods," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Patrick, I love the movie "Soylent Green!" Can you imagine if they had the riot scoops in major cities or even Ferguson? "Omega Man" with Charlton Heston is equally cool. "There are NO phones ringing!!!"
"Future Foods," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
^ Soylent Green? man, I had that stuff once. it tasted like balls! the heck's it made of, anyway? 455
"I'm A Woman," Patrick McWilliams parody of "I Am Woman,"Helen Reddy, Comment by witless X Report this comment
I am woman, your a dork the doc forgot to test you with a fork half baked non-sense spouts out from yer end Imagine you have a sickness; it causes you to grow breasts, and hips and yer voice rises to the point were EVERYONE thinks yer a chick. Ordering pizza on the phone, the guy says, "That'll be 30 minutes, have a nice day ma'am." You continue acting as you normally do, but people keep remarking on yer behavior. You say, no I'm a guy, I have this disease, and they go, "Ohhh." but you can tell they don't really believe you, bc they say it with a squint. Then you go into the men's room bc that's where you're comfortable, but the guys freak out or more likely, assume yer there for sex and start hitting on you. Yer like, "guys, look, i stand to pee alright, it's a disease." Then, when you reach in you realize, "holy poop! It's gone WTF!" so now you carry around with you the lab results showing an analysis of your genetic make up, "See, Bubba, I got me a Y chromosome too, well ..MOSTLY Y chromosomes." do some research, your mother has your DNA in her, and you likely have your mother's DNA in you, reproducing and making you what you are. Google it. Then the doctor calls and says, it turns out, the XX's are spreading and taking over and you no longer have any Y boys left (sad face). and no one gives a rats anus about yer claims of being a guy. The world has decided for you what you are. I am willing to bet that you would still believe yourself to be a man. and why would you be right? Because what makes you a man is something other than genitalia, or chromosomes. They do affect it, but they don't define it from a simple binary set of choices. That binary set of choices is for procreation, "I'll carry the baby, you go get food." The chromosomes then attempt to shape behavior in a way that supports successful rearing of offspring, which includes attitude. Unfortunately nature also figured out that chromosomes cannot set up the whole picture, so it invented hormones to help. After all this is said and done it turns out the mixing of the stew doesn't always end up in a perfect binary support system or a perfect binary reproductive system. voila homos and trannies. We exist, educate yourself and get over it.
"Chachi," Porfle Popnecker parody of "Mickey,"Toni Basil, Comment by Porfle Popnecker Report this comment
I have dog hearing!
"Future Foods," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
When I was a kid, we all thought we'd be eating pills. In a sense, I guess a lot of people are. Sounds better than insects or Frankenstein burgers. Or worse, Soylent Green.
"Raccoon Poop Flam-be," Old Man Ribber parody of "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes,"The Platters, Comment by fatboy Report this comment
Not the Platters Jerome Kern / Otto Harbach 1933 Sung in show 'Roberta' by Tamara Drasin First recording Gertrude Niesen 1933
"Chachi," Porfle Popnecker parody of "Mickey,"Toni Basil, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
Damn! And here I thought I was going to keep you in the dark by whispering. Nothing gets by you, Porfle!

March 27, 2017

"Scho(-Ka-Kola)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Blow,"Ke$ha, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
A wartime photo of the tin:
http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_10_2007/post-108-1193499891.jpg
"Chachi," Porfle Popnecker parody of "Mickey,"Toni Basil, Comment by Porfle Popnecker Report this comment
Thanks for the comments! I totally got the Toni Basil joke after I read the explanation!
"Scho(-Ka-Kola)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Blow,"Ke$ha, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
An early predecessor to all those caffeine-laced "energy" drinks that are all the rage these days.
"Big Dumb Don," Michael Pacholek parody of "Big Bad John,"Jimmy Dean, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Great work at pacing and sound matching. I could hear this one in my head as I read it. As long as we conservatives don't lose our sense of humor, we will win in the end. I bet Donald Trump would like it.
"Rocky Road Fantasy," Dylan Baranski parody of "Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy,"Bad Company, Comment by nutsbeyondbreakfast Report this comment
almonds yum
"Slenderman," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Spiderman TV Theme Song,"Marvel Superheroes, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
I could have used "Speed Racer" as "So Slender", but this was a better choice by far!
"I Sprayed You," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Looking forward to your version, Jon :))
"She's Cold as Ice," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "It's Cold as Ice,"4711 Ice Cologne Commercial, Comment by Jeff Report this comment
I've known cold women in life without the superpower!!!
"Fearsome Dude (Part III)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
I won't be commenting further until Episode VIII this December.
"Verne Troyer," Matthias parody of "Tom Sawyer,"Rush, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
Pacing quibbles here and there, but at least you didn't repeat a verse like I did when I wrote my Tom Sawyer parody 20+ years ago.
"Chachi," Porfle Popnecker parody of "Mickey,"Toni Basil, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Never liked the character, but love the parody! 555!
"Big Dumb Don," Michael Pacholek parody of "Big Bad John,"Jimmy Dean, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
555 for the parody and good humor!
"Chachi," Porfle Popnecker parody of "Mickey,"Toni Basil, Comment by CML Report this comment
(Whispering) See, the joke here is that there are only 21 Toni Basil parodies that have ever been done, cause, you know, she just didn't have the same impact on pop music as the Beatles did ... But let's not tell Porfle that (LOLz)
"Chachi," Porfle Popnecker parody of "Mickey,"Toni Basil, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
I may be going out on a limb here, but this may be in the Top 20 Toni Basil parodies of all time. It's THAT GOOD, Porfle!
"Big Dumb Don," Michael Pacholek parody of "Big Bad John,"Jimmy Dean, Comment by AFW Report this comment
I agree with John, excellent redo...great political humor and something that should be considered colorful and funny by red or blue.
"I Sprayed You," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
awesome! ...the parody, not cockroaches... just felt I should clarify that. 455
"Fearsome Dude (Part III)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
continue you must, for entertaining these parodies are! 455
"Chachi," Porfle Popnecker parody of "Mickey,"Toni Basil, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
"Happy Days" are here again! 5s
"Slenderman," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Spiderman TV Theme Song,"Marvel Superheroes, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
yeah, I think I recall reading one from you, about the old faceless boy before. of course, the Spider-Man theme is an easy one for writing about him, isn't it? 455
"Cake For Me," Luis Matias parody of "Take On Me,"A-ha, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
^ hmm... how about Aladdin? 4s, btw.
"That Sounds Silly," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Motownphilly,"Boyz II Men, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
Some of these were kind of silly but people using a bow and arrow shouldn't be considered silly to even the most stuff-shirt Hollywood big wigs because Robin Hood and the ilk have been around in stories for 1000s of years. Still fun stuff overall and this is a very fun song!
"Cake For Me," Luis Matias parody of "Take On Me,"A-ha, Comment by Luis Matias Report this comment
I feel like making my next parody about Disney. Let me know what I should reference in that parody.
"Big Dumb Don," Michael Pacholek parody of "Big Bad John,"Jimmy Dean, Comment by John Jenkins Report this comment
From my perspective, this parody makes more sense than any of your other political parodies. Very well done, MP.

Maybe you meant groan, not grown?
"Swamp Apothecary," CryHavoc parody of "Pet Sematery,"The Ramones, Comment by Hippocrates Report this comment
Healthcare is not like any other free-market service. If you're sick and if your wealth is not limitless you can't shop around for the most cost-effective care. Depending on the quality of insurance you have (if you have any), you may end up in a private room in a posh hospital, or in a ward at a ghetto pus-pocket, or dead on the sidewalk. Immoral! If all men are created equal, their physical and mental well-being should be maintained equally.

March 26, 2017

"I'm A Believer (Creepypasta Edition)," Jonathan parody of "I'm A Believer,"The Monkees, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
^ Thanks, Fellow Jonathan!
"Swamp Apothecary," CryHavoc parody of "Pet Sematery,"The Ramones, Comment by Cluck Report this comment
Excuse me, but can anyone tell me why insurance companies are involved in health care? An insurance company is a large, expensive building in which hundreds of high-paid Scrooges figure out how to DENY you health care. These parasites are one reason our health bills are so high that the taxpayer gets stuck for the price of a stranger's surgery. Oh, and the banks. What the hell are they doing in the health care system? They are practicing usury on medical students so that after they graduate they're in the hole for hundreds of thousands of dollars in loan debt. So physician fees have to be astronomic. Why do pharmaceutical companies spend millions on unwatchable TV commercials for their poison prescription pills? Beats me! Maybe the experienced zipper-chests here can explain it to me. Anyway, I stop watching after the 10th possible deadly side effect is recited. No wonder the U.S. spends the most money per capita on keeping its citizens alive: the for-profit blood-suckers have to drink. The system is insane and no Band-Aid like ACA or AHCA is going to fix it. For me, the solution is simple: You go to the doctor, he tells you to take two aspirin and call him in the morning, and you give the sawbones a sawbuck or, if you don't have the cash, a chicken.
"Swamp Apothecary," CryHavoc parody of "Pet Sematery,"The Ramones, Comment by Louis S. Report this comment
^ Right, J.B. But of course the Republicans' "Freedom Caucus" (Tea Party) also hated AHCA: its extension of Obamacare Medicaid expansion for another four years; its failure to immediately repeal all of Obamacare’s tax increases; and its call to provide refundable tax credits to help people buy insurance, which the Caucus labeled “a new entitlement.”
And now Trump is starting on tax reform, which he will note with surprise is "complicated, I will tell you." Even more complicated now that the anticipated $330 billion ten-year deficit reduction expected from AHCA is gone.
"Swamp Apothecary," CryHavoc parody of "Pet Sematery,"The Ramones, Comment by J. Bernstein Report this comment
The replacement law — the American Health Care Act — was an incoherent dog’s breakfast of massive tax cuts for the rich and spending cuts for the poor, more a caricature of Republican policy than actual policy. In this regard, credit also goes to the Congressional Budget Office, for quickly and credibly revealing the damage that would be done by the AHCA.
The one policy Republicans get is tax cuts, and little else motivates/interests them. A real motivation for the repeal was cutting about $1 trillion in taxes, including two ACA taxes paid mostly by the wealthiest Americans. When you cut such highly progressive taxes, the benefits always go to those at the top of the scale, and it quickly became clear that, for example, almost 50 percent of the cuts went to millionaire households. The 400 richest taxpayers, with average income above $300 million, would get a tax break averaging $7 million. Couple that with the sharp cuts in Medicaid and the predicted premium increases for low-income elderly people in their AHCA plan, and even in D.C., the extent of this Robin-Hood-in-reverse play was too much for moderate Republicans, many of whom have ACA beneficiaries in their districts from whom they were hearing.
Any rational Republican should be thankful to be the steward of Obamacare for "the foreseeable future" and welcome Democratic cooperation to improve it.
It is my hope that eventually we will have health care constitutionally guaranteed as part of equal protection under law.
"Your Pimple," Agrimorfee parody of "My Doorbell,"The White Stripes, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
(Artistry) Ak! Gross. LOL! The chorus was really catchy, so I actually wasn't bothered by the repetition. I think the pacing in the verses was really hit and miss though. I had fun with it, but I can tell you wrote this a long time ago.
"The Hardest Oven to Stuff In," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "The Hardest Button to Button,"The White Stripes, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
(Artistry) Are you talking about an animal or a human, because with Aggy's comment, I'm not sure. I assumed human, like Matty, but Aggy thinks you're talking to animal meat. Now I am confused. I liked what was said, but now I wish you'd been more specific about it.
"Fell Into A Big Hole," Matthias parody of "Fell In Love With A Girl,"The White Stripes, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
(Artistry) Yeah, I'll agree with TCOP, this was a difficult OS to pace and it did slip every now and again, but no points off their. The yuppie twist didn't really come through until the end, there were flashes of it early, but it wasn't really in the forefront until the end. I enjoyed it, but it definitely wasn't your strongest.
"Swamp Apothecary," CryHavoc parody of "Pet Sematery,"The Ramones, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
That's totally untrue. Trump would like to honor his pledge to repeal Obamacare which then turned into repeal and replace. While obstructed by the most right-wing elements of the GOP unwilling to make concessions, you also have the unwillingness of the Democrats to provide bipartisan support for a new comprehensive bill. So remember that Trump said he was willing to reach across the aisle for a compromise. It is the Democrats that refused to support the Republican bill. No votes, so they own ACA and it's death spiral of increased premiums, increased copays, and insurers abandoning the market. As states lose insurers and people have healthcare but can't use it, ACA dies. More people will drop out too and pay the cheaper penalty. Trump said he is willing to work with the Democrats when they come to him willing to provide bipartisan support to either fix ACA or make AHCA better. I agree that this first bill proposed was probably a rushed through job as ACA was and was deeply flawed. But now is the chance to reach across the aisle and make bipartisan corrections. It shouldn't be that hard to expand the health market for real competition outside state lines while covering preexisting conditions, keeping children on until 26, lowering premiums and co-pays, and working with hospitals, doctors, and pharmaceuticals to ease the burden for all Americans.

March 25, 2017

"I'm A Believer (Creepypasta Edition)," Jonathan parody of "I'm A Believer,"The Monkees, Comment by Jonathan Spurlock Report this comment
You're on a roll!
"Undermine Trump," The Vast Right Wing Conspiracy parody of "Under My Thumb,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Michael Pacholek Report this comment
Dumb Donald is SO dumb (How dumb IS he?), he seems to be doing a great job of undermining himself.
"I'm A Believer (Creepypasta Edition)," Jonathan parody of "I'm A Believer,"The Monkees, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
^ cool! will do!
"I'm A Believer (Creepypasta Edition)," Jonathan parody of "I'm A Believer,"The Monkees, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Jon, you inspired me to do a Slenderman parody for Monday. Look for it!
"Scho(-Ka-Kola)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Blow,"Ke$ha, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Did you know that Hildebrand also had a yellow tin with the Reichsadler (Reich Eagle) clutching a red cross for the German Red Cross to issue to German POWs? That is rarer! The Allies allowed Scho-Ka-Kola to be produced postwar due to chronic food shortages.
"I'm A Believer (Creepypasta Edition)," Jonathan parody of "I'm A Believer,"The Monkees, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
Thanks, Rob. I love Creepypasta, and after the lyrics "I thought Creepypasta were just fairytales" came to me hearing the OS, I just knew I had to expand on it! as for future ideas, nothing too weird I think. I do have an idea for one about roaches, as well as the Joan Jett one you requested before! stay tuned! :)
"LeMat was Crude," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Just got back from the gun show today. There were more window sellers there than gun dealers. So, maybe your interior decorator friends are ahead of the curve. We had a Double Tap or two at Cabela's. Two much pain to practice with to proficiency. Last year i saw a guy with a pocket sized pistol chambered in 5.56mm NATO. Same pistol also made in 7.62x39mm. Must be a small masochist cult within the firearms fraternity. So many new pistols are now made in pink. Haven't seen a rainbow rifle yet, but won't be too surprised when it happents. As long as you like guns, the firearms fraternity is very accepting and inclusive.
"Scho(-Ka-Kola)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Blow,"Ke$ha, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I saw Scho-Ka-Kola for sale at an imports store in Lawrence, Kansas a few years ago. The ad for the onlin seller warned against giving it to the elderly, young children or people with coronary problems. Since I fall into two of those categories, I have to shun this product. And, at $9 a tin, and 40 miles away, that's an easy shun. Will have to stick to the Nestlé Aero. The wartime tins looked very much like the current issue, so I imagine WWII reenactors pack them in their Brotbeutel.
"Swamp Apothecary," CryHavoc parody of "Pet Sematery,"The Ramones, Comment by Louis S. Report this comment
“I’ve been saying for the last year and a half that the best thing we can do politically speaking is let Obamacare explode,” Mr. Trump said from the Oval Office.
This is perhaps the most telling statement about Trump's commitment to the people of this country. First and foremost, he thinks the best action is politically-based. Ironic for someone who based his campaign on not being a politician and "draining the swamp." Second, his wish for the ACA to explode would result in millions of the most vulnerable citizens losing health care and suffering the consequences. He simply doesn't care and wants to "move on." When will his supporters realize they voted for a scam artist who only cares about his popularity?
"Swamp Apothecary," CryHavoc parody of "Pet Sematery,"The Ramones, Comment by Rick Beck Report this comment
It is well past Day One and the ACA is still here. Not to mention that the screamers who voted to repeal dozens of times still have no acceptable alternative to offer. Trump worshippers have come to realize that what he has to offer them is much less than acceptable.
To top that off, the disingenuous Right is now trying to pin the blame on the Left for their inability to function. How familiar is that old tune?
Because the Right and Comrade Tschump now have unfettered control of the reigns, they are absolutely responsible for the success or failure of the ACA. I have no doubt, though, that they will hit, run and point blaming fingers, as has been standard operating procedure for so long now.
The buck most certainly stops at the top, and Comrade Tschump and company occupy uncontested space in that domain. In that respect they have absolute responsibility for the success or failure of the ACA. Not the Left who, unless invited to participate in the process, no longer have any means to affect the outcome.
Anything bad in health insurance that happens in this country will be felt at the polls by current office holders, i.e., Republicans. Pelosi and Schumer will not suffer retroactively.
Comrade Tschump care is now the law of the health arena. It is absolutely his to destroy or repair.
"It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Trump's Mess," TJC parody of "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas,"Bing Crosby / Perry Como, Comment by TJC Report this comment
Thanks FG---appreciate it and agree with your sentiments. PS: I still think of TT quite often...
"Swamp Apothecary," CryHavoc parody of "Pet Sematery,"The Ramones, Comment by CML Report this comment
If the Dems do nothing but obstruct when it comes to revising O-care, then they still "own it." And what does this phrase "own it' mean anyway? We're talking who will get the blame for whatever bad outcomes happen as a result of O-Care imploding -- which is not an objective fact at all. It's a matter of whose version of what happened wins out in the minds of 50.1% of Americans. And I have no idea of how this one is going to turn out
"Swamp Apothecary," CryHavoc parody of "Pet Sematery,"The Ramones, Comment by The Right Report this comment
Wrong. Trump pulled the bill and left Obamacare intact as it was. No change. The Democrats claimed victory, so it's theirs as it implodes. Republicans don't have to do anything about it. They could just vote to repeal it to get rid of the individual mandate, but don't want the left uproar. They could defund parts of it too. But no, Trump said he was done. He wants the Democrats to feel the heat as having health insurance isn't the same as having healthcare. The market will collapse on its own. Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi can take the fall.
"Swamp Apothecary," CryHavoc parody of "Pet Sematery,"The Ramones, Comment by Present Tense Report this comment
^ The Democrats were responsible for creating Obamacare seven years ago. Now it is law, and the new Republican House, Senate, and Executive are responsible for its administration, revisions, and enforcement. We live in the present, and therefore the Republicans who inherited Obamacare have the duty to properly own it. It's a simple concept. When the Democrats swept into office in 2009, they inherited and owned Bush's ill-conceived Iraq war. FDR owned Hoover's Great Depression, etc., etc.

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