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Song Parodies -> "DEMs on Bain Again"

Original Song Title:

"On the Road Again"

Original Performer:

Willie Nelson

Parody Song Title:

"DEMs on Bain Again"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Now that Mitt is staying with the failed economic policies of Obama, it's the DEMs turn to bring up Bain Capital again and Romney's role even though he left in Feb 1999 and was involved with the Winter Olympics. He was a shareholder not a CEO, but the DEMs have gone as far as calling him a felon which is way over the line. Seems Obama will do anything to divert attention away from 41 months of unemployment over 8.9% and every other failed domestic policy that has the Middle Class stuck in a Recession w/o end!!!
DEMs on Bain again
Calling Mitt a damn liar and a felon
A lot of bullshit serving as a distraction
From our economic dissatisfaction

DEMs on Bain again
Record games that they are playin’
Just another way to divert attention
From our economic dissatisfaction

DEMs on Bain again
Looking for anyway for something bad to say
When will the lies end?
Hoping Mitt will take the bait, from hot topics stray
Go away, but no, B.O. won’t win…

Calling Mitt a damn liar and a felon
A lot of bullshit serving as a distraction
From our economic dissatisfaction

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Randy Hearn - July 16, 2012 - Report this comment
Good one! 5-5-5!!
Callmelennie - July 16, 2012 - Report this comment
What Randy Hearn said. Perhaps your most strategic use of Willie Nelson yet. The opening riff is quite catchy
Rob Arndt - July 16, 2012 - Report this comment
Thanks guys! I just hope that Mitt doesn't take the baiting and instead makes tv ads sticking to the economy with big numerals of the 15 million unemployed and 15 million underemployed, the housing market numbers, and the national debt rise!!! Just keep posting those bad stats and remind the Middle Class what's at stake in 2012...
Campaign Ads Writing Themselves - July 16, 2012 - Report this comment
Well, he could also go after that evil promise about how energy prices will "necessarily skyrocket" (as they have and will do even more now that coal companies are going out of business), and how this thieving parasite currently stinking up the White House has now openly attacked small business owners. Honestly, there's just no excuse for anyone stupid enough to vote for this guy!
Brock O'Brahma - July 21, 2012 - Report this comment
Donnie Box, a steelworker in Missouri who lost his job and is the focus of an anti-Mitt Romney, anti-Bain ad being run by a Super PAC that supports President Barack Obama, now says he will not vote to re-elect the president in November.

"I could really care less about Obama," the lifelong Democrat says in an article written by Mike Elk on the In These Times website before criticizing the president as "a jerk, a pantywaist, a lightweight, a blowhard. He hasn’t done a goddamn thing that he said he would do. When he had a Democratic Senate and Democratic Congress, he didn’t do a damn thing. He doesn’t have the guts to say what’s on his mind."

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