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Song Parodies -> "Trump, What's New?"

Original Song Title:

"I Love You"

Original Performer:

Barney and the Backyard Gang

Parody Song Title:

"Trump, What's New?"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Trump, what's new?
More hate speech?
Something 'bout ethnicity?
You hold a grudge,
With you that's nothing new
Need the Hispanic vote, so get a clue!!!

Trump, what's new?
Surrogate glee?
Attack! Attack! Kayleigh McEnany...
Position won't budge,
Bias there to prove,
Judge's motivation being reviewed???

HEY!!!

The majority of students LOVED Trump U!!!

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Jonathan - June 07, 2016 - Report this comment
a couple of weeks ago I saw George Lopez on some channel (CNN I think?) talking about Donald Trump and saying that the future prez would try to make him leave the country even though he got here legally... did I miss something? last I heard Trump was only targeting the ILLEGAL immigrants granted the majority of my tv watching has been "The Munsters - Complete Series" DVD set lately so did I miss something? or did Lopez? 5's by the way!
Rob Arndt - June 07, 2016 - Report this comment
Trump insulted Judge Curiel over his Mexican heritage and handling of the Trump University case. Said he was biased because Trump wants to build a wall. Trump linked him to membership in a Hispanic club that promotes Hispanic heritage. New charges of racism have emerged and it's been on CNN for days. Amazingly, the Security Code for this is actually WHY!!!
Carl Marks - June 09, 2016 - Report this comment
Much too narrow a view.
Few can deny that the world today is in a constant state of upheaval, which has prevailed for a long time and logically suggests the presence of a dominant common social factor. That common social factor, I assert, is the capitalist system that does not and cannot work in the interests of the majority. It is a social system in which society is divided into two classes—a capitalist class and a working class. The capitalist class consists of a tiny minority—the wealthy few who own and control the instruments of production and distribution. The working class consists of the vast majority who own no productive property and must, therefore, seek to work for the class that owns and controls the means of life in order to survive.
The relationship between the two classes forms the basis for an economic tyranny under which the workers as a class are robbed of the major portion of the social wealth that they produce.
The beneficiaries and defenders of this economic dictatorship never tire of declaring it the “best of all possible systems.” Yet, today, after decades of new deals, fair deals, wars on poverty, civil rights legislation, government regulations, deregulations and a host of other reform efforts, capitalist America presents an obscene social picture. Millions who need and want jobs are unemployed, including many of whose jobs have been outsourced. Others are underemployed, working only part-time or temporary jobs though they need and want full-time work. Millions aren’t earning enough to maintain a decent standard of living for themselves and their families despite the fact that they are working.
The malignant evil of racism and discrimination is pervasive. The nation’s educational system is deteriorating. The health care system, despite heated debate for years, still fails to meet the needs of tens of millions. The country’s infrastructure continues to crumble. Widespread pollution of our environment worsens. Crime and corruption are widespread at every level of capitalist society. Many workers suffer from alcohol and drug abuse. Homeless men, women and even children roam our streets. Thanks to capitalism’s exploitation of workers, poverty continues to grow.
A confluence of diminishing oil supplies, rapid industrialization of previously agricultural societies and the bloated wasteful energy demands of capitalist society have added to the social malaise enveloping the world. Thus wars for the domination of oil sources and spheres of influence in Afghanistan and Iraq are serving to satiate capitalist appetite for profit and survival. Meanwhile, new emerging threats to U.S. hegemony have arisen in Iran, Korea and China, promising future chapters of class-rule cataclysms.
Against this insane capitalist system, I declare that if our society is to be rid of the host of economic, political and social ills that for so long have plagued it, the outmoded capitalist system of private ownership of the socially operated means of life and production for the profit of a few must be replaced by a new social order. That new social order must be one in which production is carried on to satisfy human needs and wants. In short, it must be genuine socialism, not ersatz Bernie socialism.
I have a program calling for both political and economic organization and action. That program also is based upon the recognition and acceptance of the fact that the revolutionary change to socialism must be the classconscious act of the workers themselves! The program calls for the organization of revolutionary socialist unions. These are essential to mobilize the economic power of the workers not only to resist the ever-increasing encroachments of the capitalists more effectively, but ultimately to provide the essential power to enforce the revolutionary demand.
Capable of assuming control and continuing to administer and operate the essential industries and social services, these integral socialist unions can exercise the power and provide the decisive leverage to “swing” the revolution. Moreover, they have the structure that provides the necessary foundation and structural framework for socialist society. It is the workers who will fill out the new social framework and make the people’s ownership, control and administration of the new social structure a reality.
Help me build a world in which everyone will enjoy the free exercise and full benefit of their individual faculties, multiplied by all the technological and other factors of modern civilization.
Many thanks to the Socialist Labor Party of America.

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