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Song Parodies -> "Ban It HIS Way"

Original Song Title:

"Have It Your Way"

Original Performer:

Burger King Theme Song

Parody Song Title:

"Ban It HIS Way"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Reduce syrup, sugar menace
Big Gulp sodas, Bloomberg's health task
Obesity? Why HE knows what's best
Ban it HIS way...

Ban it HIS way...

Bad proposal, stop the presses
Democracy does NOT upset us
"Freedom of choice" for the masses
Our US way...

So watch what YOU say... idiot, Bloomberg!!!

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Onslaught - March 21, 2013 - Report this comment
This was hot... and juicy. I think we all deserve a break today, let's all try to get a way from McBloomberg-er.
John Barry - March 21, 2013 - Report this comment
The biggest vote I can give you is 15 ounces.
AFW - March 21, 2013 - Report this comment
Short and mighty
Rob Arndt - March 21, 2013 - Report this comment
Thanks guys! Am very sick now and near hospitalization once again. Am slowing on this site, sorry :(
Patrick - March 23, 2013 - Report this comment
Why do the news media continue to treat this self-aggrandizing moron with any respect whatsoever. Bloomberg needs to be publicly dissed whenever the opportunity arises. Sorry to hear about your illness. Always enjoy seeing what new subjects you are informing or lampooning.
Al Silver - March 23, 2013 - Report this comment
Bloomberg's so-far thwarted ban appears to cast him in the position of authoritarian nanny. He is certainly disrespectful of people's right to gulp high sucrose corn syrup, become obese, get everything from heart disease to diabetes, and end up in city hospitals at taxpayers' expense. Every day in Manhattan I see people as young as 40, tooling around in motorized carts and delaying buses as they take several minutes to board and exit. Junk food is a cheap source of calories so, in effect, the stuff is foisted on poor people. Ignorance plays a part, too. Many Hispanics here regard diabetes as a natural condition of life. They casually say they have "sweet blood." Bloomberg is in an awkward position. On the one hand, he has the duty to protect public health. On the other hand, he comes across as an elitist scold. His ban on cigarette smoking was at first treated with derision, but it is now popular in many countries and the ban's coverage has been extended. No smoking in Central Park and Yankee Stadium! My freedom to look after my health always had limits. I have no moral right to inflict second-hand smoke on others or present myself in the E.R., weighing 400 pounds. It's not an easy crusade. My ex-wife is now morbidly obese and takes oxygen for her emphysema. Yet, she still drinks a six-pack of Coke a day and continues to smoke. When I was a kid in 1947, there was a smallpox scare in New York. Everybody HAD TO BE inoculated. If you had the mumps, you were quarantined to your house by law. Eat like Mayor Mike does: nothing from a can, bag, or package. Rob, get well fast. Did you say you've written 1,900 parodies in fewer than two years? You must have the strongest constitution on the planet.
Lifeliver - March 25, 2013 - Report this comment
@ Al - kudos to you for a carefully reasoned political comment rather than the cheap shots that often appear on the site. I'm not familiar with Mayor Bloomberger and his policies but the issues affect all who live in any profit-driven, arch-consumer society. Your argument is very convincing.
Dave W. - March 26, 2013 - Report this comment
I think people don't need rights if they do what the lefts tell them to do

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