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Song Parodies -> "Mutual Legislative Conspiracy"

Original Song Title:

"Mutual Admiration Society"

Original Performer:

Teresa Brewer

Parody Song Title:

"Mutual Legislative Conspiracy"

Parody Written by:

Barry J. Mitchel

The Lyrics

Attempting to hail-Mary-pass the Senate healthcare bill, the House may use the Slaughter House Rule, a.k.a. "deem & pass" (demon pass or Dem en-passant?). The President claims to have no interest in Congressional machinations, but I see collusion between him and the House Speaker, each of whom admires and envies the other as in TOS that I have made grammatically correct if not PC.
We belong to a mutual legislative conspiracy; Obama and I.
We're so strong with unusual legislative con piracy.
I think he's handsome and he's smart; he sees my face as work of art.
I say that I'm his greatest fan; he says that I could be a man.
I say his speeches are so fine; he says that I've the stiffer spine,
And come what may, we'll pass Progressives' way, Obama and I.
Cheech and Chong in a mutual legislative conspiracy.

(instrumental bridge)

We belong to a mutual legislative conspiracy; Obama and I
See no wrong with unusual legislative con piracy.
He says, "Oh, your defeats are none." I say, "No, you're the street-smart one."
He claims that I've a natural grit; I claim it's just that he's so fit.
From thrones, we frighten Dem dogs blue so we can shove agendas through,
And we go on like that with might and brawn, Obama and I.

(repeat chorus)

Now I can not procrastinate, I must pass healthcare not too late.
He tells me, "No excuse or plea will get a day of grace with me."
The way that Congress freely spends, it's just a wonder some fool lends,
And that is how we'll kill the country now, Obama and I.
Won't be long till our mutual legislative conspiracy (Obama and I)
This country will fry.

I credit Tuesday's Wall Street Journal for its "Slaughter House Rule" editorial title, named for the House Rules Committee chairwoman.

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t1k - March 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Nicely stated. On the Daily Show last night, he talked about "deem and pass" and said he thought this was what drug runners used to smuggle drugs into the country. I guess health care is close to drugs and they sure seem to be smuggling it in.
Old Man Ribber - March 18, 2010 - Report this comment
BJM - You and I ought to be archeologists! You've dug up another gem and restored it perfectly. As for the sentiment, there is no need for the reconciliation process in our views. ;D
Barry J. Mitchel - March 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks, t1k, I don't watch the Daily Show but I like your analogy to drug smuggling; we'll never shake the habit.
My line 6 should end with a comma, not a period. Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong would have thrived in NP's district near Marin County CA (speaking of drugs).
Mark Scotti - March 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Well done, Speaker Of the AMIRIGHT House!!!!
John Barry - March 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Botox meets beau talks.
Phil Nelson - March 18, 2010 - Report this comment
DKTOS but good write

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