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Song Parodies -> "(Guy Don’t Vet No) Ghastly Factions"

Original Song Title:

"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"

Original Performer:

Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"(Guy Don’t Vet No) Ghastly Factions"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Guy don’t vet no nasty factions,
guy don’t vet no ghastly factions.
Then he lies, and he lies, and he lies.
Guy don’t vet no; get can’t vet no.

So, I’m drivin’ in my car,
and Tapper comes on the Radio.
He’s asking him more and more
to give him some clarification
’bout endorsement from abomination.
Got regrets? No, no, no no.
KKK says he’s the way.

Guy don’t vet no rancid factions,
guy don’t vet no a$$hole factions.
Then he lies, and he lies, and he lies.
Guy don’t vet no; get can’t vet no.

It’s repeated on TV,
so that man lies that his earpiece
had volume squawk, decrease.
He heard it with élan; he’s just blowing smoke—
bullshit will never cease.
All mendacio, smoke blow-blow.
KKK is just OK!

Guy don’t vet no racist factions,
guy can’t vet no scary factions.
Then he lies, and he lies, and he lies.
Guy don’t vet no; get can’t vet no.

Then he’s lying ’bout the world,
and he’s “yuge”ing sh!t and Narcissising crap ,
and he’s making up some “pearls”
of wit-none. Crazy are those who believe what he speaks
and his sleazy clique of circus freaks.
Yet ahead goes this grotesque toad.

Pay, pay, pay—he wins, we’ll pay,
we don’t vet no, we don’t vet no, we don’t vet no
gross ghastly “Kampf” man.

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Truth - March 01, 2016 - Report this comment

David Duke: "I never endorsed Trump. Stop Lying."
Wiki - March 01, 2016 - Report this comment
The Gatewood Pundit is a hard-right website that spends most of the day complaining about Barack Obama and liberals, and the occasional flirtation with outright white supremacists.
Patrick - March 01, 2016 - Report this comment
The electoral system in this country is so convoluted and bizarre, like nothing else on earth. There are "Super PAC's" which can endorse candidates, run ads for them, but which are not allowed to coordinate with the candidate or his campaign. So, David Duke can endorse Trump with or without Trump's permission. The media, of course, blows the whole thing out of proportion, hoping to get Trump to say something ill-considered. They didn't have to wait very long. Trump should have said that he would welcome any vote he could get. That's how the winner of the election is determined. Trump is not bound to any voter, not politician is. Once the results are in, they don't need to worry about what the public thinks until the next election, if then.
kiwi - March 02, 2016 - Report this comment
The name of.the website is Gateway Pundit, "Wiki" Remember, it's always important to get the name of the thing or person your smearing correct. Otherwise, it takes away from your smear
Wiki - March 02, 2016 - Report this comment
You are correct, Kiwi. There is no "Gatewood Pundit." The racist, separatist website in question is indeed Gateway Pundit. I'll point out this error, for whose observation I thank you, to the editors.

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