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Song Parodies -> "He Spreads Rape Lies"

Original Song Title:

"Wild Honey Pie"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"He Spreads Rape Lies"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

More on the Akin rape controversy...
Crazy guy
Crazy guy

Spreads rape lies
Spreads rape lies

Victim cries
Body dries
Birth denied

Akin can fantasize

[To deny women's rights]

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Brock O'Brahma - August 22, 2012 - Report this comment
The Missouri Democratic machine must have known Akin was a loose cannon. Patrick's comment in Phil Alexander's Akin parody yesterday hit the nail on the head. Clair McCaskill's campaign deftly used her own ads to pick Akin as her opponent. The Republican primary had three major candidates, Sarah Steelman, Todd Akin, and John Brunner. Polling showed that all three candidates would beat McCaskill in the general election, but Akin had the smallest margin. McCaskill is considered the most vulnerable Dem. incumbent. By targeting Akin as "too conservative" in her ads and coupling that with Missouri being an open ballot state where you do not register with a political party (you can pick any party's ballot in a primary election), you get democrats voting for Akin and voilĂ , McCaskill gets a known whack-job for her opponent. You've gotta give the Dems credit, they play a good game of Three-Card Monte and the Rerublicans keep playing the rube. Rubepublicans?
Rob Arndt - August 22, 2012 - Report this comment
The first thing I thought about when I heard Akin's remarks on CNN about his medical theory was that stupid-ass idea that if the woman is on top gravity will prevent fertilization!!! That was used in the movie "Knocked Up" for laughs :)
Callmelennie - August 22, 2012 - Report this comment
Republicans -- we thirst for death. Democrats -- they thirst for America's death
Meriadoc - August 22, 2012 - Report this comment
Rob - for some reason your comment above made me remember the urban legends in my junior high school - we had a pool, and occasionally when some young girl would get pregnant kids would say it was because the boys had used the pool first and some sperm got loose in the pool and then found an innocent
Ad Infinitum - August 22, 2012 - Report this comment
Leftists -- they thirst for humanity's death.
constitution guy - August 22, 2012 - Report this comment
deny womens rights? guilty before innocent. all akin did was ruin his career because his republican supporters have balls and integrity and want him gone. ted kennedy, clinton, byrd, they never were touched by the demoncrats. akin did nothing to harm womnen, he hurt himself. nice try
Rob Arndt - August 23, 2012 - Report this comment
Not only are Akin's rape remarks hurtful to actual female rape victims but his affirmation of support for legislation that would ban abortion exceptions even in cases of incest and forcible rape IS a denial of women's rights. There are also those REPs that hold extremist views that would deny abortion even if the woman's life is at stake! Does that seem acceptable or draconian? I'm a REP but am not ideologically nor politically irresponsible! I'm Pro-Life but accept exceptions. Those who feel so strongly about "life" should also help feed homeless and poor children instead of offering more tax breaks to the filthy rich contributor base of the GOP... just sayin' ideological warfare with abortion is a waste of time and detracts from the real issues of job creation, the economy, the national debt, and real healthcare reform...

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