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Song Parodies -> "He'll Take It"

Original Song Title:

"You Got It"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Roy Orbison

Parody Song Title:

"He'll Take It"

Parody Written by:

Patrick McWilliams

The Lyrics

Earlier this week another writer posted a song revealing the true motivation behind the Health Care fiasco, the Democrats desire to subdue free Americans and bend them to their will. Now they Democrats are crying about alleged threats from the right, threats which if proven at all, will probably have been staged by SEIU or ACORN to demonize the right.
Every day I see Obama's smirking face
And the parasites who voted this disgrace
Pelosi grins, I lose my lunch
The end is nigh, I have a hunch

Anything you got, he wants it
Anything you own, he'll take it
Anything at all, he'll grab it
Barry!

First time that I heard him I began to understand
There was something 'bout him un-American
Men gave their lives to keep us free
Now he's embracing slavery

Wait in lines for care? You got it!
Poverty to share? You got it!
Make a dime at all? He'll take it!
Barry!

Welfare rolls explode!
Mexicans enrolled!
They will take it all!

I'm tired of greedy libs like you
Telling us what we must do

Anything you want? Go earn it!
Phony helping hand? We spurn it!
Take your effing law and burn it!
Barry!

The next Reichstag fire? You'll set it!
Bogus Cap and Trade? Forget it!
Democrats this fall? You're gonners!
Barry!

Tyranny must fall!
You get it?
The Nazis burned their own legislative building (Reichstag) in order to discredit the communists. For those of you out there contemplating violence, I know how you feel. But wouldn't you rather see the look on Reidpolosiobamfrankenstein's face when an electoral majority shoves a big unmistakable middle finger under their collectivist noses this November? Rejection hurts far more than a broken window. Remember, remember the second of November.

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Old Man Ribber - March 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Nicely done, Patrick. Too bad ACORN has already cast our votes for November already. ;D
Mark Scotti - March 26, 2010 - Report this comment
And remember, those "ACORNS" aren't far from the "tree"!!!! 555 cautions...and laughs
Michael Pacholek - March 26, 2010 - Report this comment
So glad to know that you right-wing maniacs think of the majority of the American people as "parasites." So, as someone closer to the Nazis than the Democrats, would you recommend a "Reichstag fire" here? We already had that nut in Texas (I think it was Texas, big surprise) crash a plane into an IRS building. That a fascist like you cites "V for Vendetta" is like Sarah Palin talking about abstinence for teenagers: It is the exact opposite of the result you intend. We will never get the Norsefire government you so clearly desire: The revolution is over, and you people lost, and America won. You don't like it, go to a country that actually embraces religious conservatism. I understand Iran goes almost far enough for you and your people.
Patrick - March 26, 2010 - Report this comment
I am a libertarian. I believe in freedom of choice. I do not want some politician dictating my life, nor do I want some religious mullah interceding with God on my behalf. "Parasites" refers to Congress, In the aftermath of the health care vote, Congressmen are reporting threats of violence. I do not know for certain who is making these threats, but similar incidents in the past have been shown to originate with the party threatened in order to gain sympathy. By definition, a Reichstag fire would be set by the left in order to blame the right. The man who attacked the IRS building in Texas, as far as I know, acted on his own. It would have been a "Reichstag" had the IRS or FBI induced him to do it. Your song demonstrated better than any other explanation that the motives of the left are not benevolence toward the less fortunate, but rather an assault on the culture of self reliance and individualism. Pat Buchanan's "Culture War". The health bill ignores entirely the question of who will provide care. It is simply a dictate, to be enforced at the point of an IRS gun, against people who simply want to be left alone. The right wing as I know it gave up racism, sexism, and homophobia, because all of these are antithetical to the ultimate goal: freedom. Sorry to ramble on so long about politics. Let us continue the battle in song. Next verse is up to you. Thanks for noticing my work and commenting on it.
TJC - March 26, 2010 - Report this comment
You've got the Right™® stuff in all its varied forms!
Catch-22 - March 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Barry's got quite a conundrum on his hands. His massive programs will tax the bejeezus out of the wealthy. Yet his ideology is against wealth building. So when the rich are no more, guess who gets taxed to death next. This is the fundamental flaw of socialism.
Observer - March 26, 2010 - Report this comment
And the fundamental flaws of capitalism are a public unprotected from corporate greed and their political influence and a chasm between the haves and have nots. I think the question is balance, which our country does not have. It's all groovy to do the survival of the fittest ideal (social darwinism and all that), but you leave a vast majority of the population out of the mix. A contributing part of society, I might add. I'm personally glad the government got in the health care game. Healthy competition should bring about adequate health care change- hasn't happened. Piece meal is better than comprehensive- doesn't work because for a piece meal plan to work, you need, uh, a comprehensive plan. Overall, a solid vitriolic parody.
Patrick - March 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Corporations can only oppress the public when they contrive with government to secure a monopoly. Government does not produce anything. Government prevents health care competition The current dilemma derives from World War Two, when wage controls and punitive tax rates made it difficult for manufacturers to attract and retain skilled workers. Health insurance was an allowable form of compensation. It soon became a part of union contracts. Ultimately people became conditioned to the belief that medical needs should be paid by someone else. Corporate and government bureaucracies forced prices upward placing a strain on non-union workers. The current bill will destroy the "evil" insurance companies, leaving the government in charge. Those people lucky enough to still have a job will see their taxes raised to pay for subsidies, perhaps even to subsidize themselves. Funds collected will go into a fund just like Social Security, which the congress will loot for other projects. As for the threats of violence, this bill is nothing more than a threat of violence against the uninsured, forcing to buy something they can't afford or pay a penalty they can't afford, for a policy that will prove utterly useless the moment they actually need it. While we're at it, lets end homelessness by ordering the people who have no houses to buy them, and fine them money they don't have for failing to do so. Glad you liked the song.

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