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Song Parodies -> "William Howard Taft"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Isaac Hayes

Parody Song Title:

"William Howard Taft"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

Who's the 27th president that's a choice for the over 21 kids?
You darn right!

Who is the man from Ohio who did what he can?
can ya dig it?

Who is the son of the judge and play politics so poor?
They say president Taft is a bad mother...(shut your mouth!)
But I'm talking about Taft...(and we can dig it)

27th President who formed the Progressive Party for himself
(Bill taft)

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Agrimorfee - April 07, 2004 - Report this comment
Who was the President who once weighed 300 pounds? Taft! (He needed a diet!) OK--no more Shaft parodies, please. :)
Michael Pacholek - April 07, 2004 - Report this comment
Right on? Uh, no. Taft's conservative policies deviated so much from those of his benefactor Teddy Roosevelt that TR had to run against him, won most of the primaries, then had the nomination stolen from him at the convention, then ran a third-party campaign and finished second. Taft is the only major-party nominee to finish third since 1860, mainly because TAFT did NOT stand for "Take Advice From Theodore," as Democrats joked that it would in 1908. But then, he never wanted to be President. His wife Helen wanted it for, uh, him. He wanted to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Harding made him that in 1921, and he's the only man to have been both a President and a Justice. And compared to today's Republicans, he wasn't especially conservative anyway, even if he was a Skull & Bones Yalie.
Fitu - June 08, 2004 - Report this comment
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