Sunday, July 1, 2012

Whenever Conservatives Complain About "Obamacare" You Should Sing The Tea Party GOP Diarrhea Song




The Supreme Court decision upholding President Obama's health care reform bill has provided an opportunity for the ideologically crazed, professional liars, faux Right-wing populists, conspiranoids, and propagandists to play their assigned roles in America's latest national drama. 

Representative Jean Schmidt runs around in a fit of political-religious orgasm and ecstasy in a mistaken celebration of the Affordable Care Act being struck down. Tea Party "Christian" evangelicals, channeling their own selfish remix of Jesus Christ's gospels, lay prostrate on the ground and pray that the Republic is saved from the tyranny of having to modestly extend health insurance to the sick and the needy. Republican governors are threatening a constitutional crisis by refusing to implement President Obama's Affordable Care Act. 

Not to be undone, Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann engage in their typical mouth utterances as they call out for the Tea Party Mushroom People to mount up on their Hoveround scooters, put on Colonial era clothing, gather up yee old sword canes, and take the fight for "liberty" and "freedom" to that black usurper in the White House and his treasonous political bed mate Chief Justice John Roberts.

In total, these histrionics are just the latest examples of a long habit where the Tea Party GOP proves itself time and time again to be full of bullshit bovine scatology.  

Of course, everybody poops. But, the response by the Republican Party (and conservatives in mass) to the Supreme Court's upholding of the Affordable Care Act is so overflowing with political fecal matter that they have earned their own unique version of the famed Diarrhea Song.

What follows is my gift to them.

The Tea Party GOP Diarrhea Song
When Mitt Romney flips and flops about things he once endorsed

Diarrhea chh chh chh, Diarrhea chh chh chh
When the Tea Party moans and growns while collecting Social Security and Medicare 
Diarrhea chh chh chh, Diarrhea chh chh chh
When Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh open up their mouth holes and tell their daily lies 
Diarrhea chh chh chh, Diarrhea chh chh chh
When your friends who watch Fox News believe that they are well-informed  
Diarrhea chh chh chh, Diarrhea chh chh chh
When your relatives talk about death panels at the family barbeque
Diarrhea chh chh chh, Diarrhea chh chh chh
When Sarah Palin with her head full of stupid bloviates
Diarrhea chh chh chh, Diarrhea chh chh chh
When the Right-wing echo chamber says that insurance is a crime cause you won't go bankrupt from a broken leg 
Diarrhea chh chh chh, Diarrhea chh chh chh
When Republicans cheer sick and dying people cause they find it funny 
Diarrhea chh chh chh, Diarrhea chh chh chh
When the New Right talks about States' Rights and picking up their guns to get that black guy 
Diarrhea chh chh chh, Diarrhea chh chh chh
When Republicans talk about Dred Scott and how health care reform will lead to Civil War 
Diarrhea chh chh chh, Diarrhea chh chh chh
When you try to watch Fox News or listen to Right wing talk radio and it makes your tummy burst  
Diarrhea chh chh chh, Diarrhea chh chh chh
In this, our time of the great Right-wing derangement, singing The Tea Party GOP Diarrhea Song may be the only way to maintain your peace of mind when faced with the sociopathic and vitriolic madness of folks determined to view the expansion of basic human rights, and the social safety net, as a type of enslavement and oppression.

The Tea Party GOP Diarrhea Song is a populist project. We all know the truth behind the lyrics; at one time or another we have all experienced it. In the spirit of crowd sourcing, do feel free to add your own verses to this version of The Tea Party GOP Diarrhea Song as we find a way to speak truth to power by raising our voices together.

9 comments:

Synonymous said...

Yeh, the Tea Party is mad a'right.

"The Tea Party GOP Diarrhea Song may be the only way to maintain your peace of mind when faced with the sociopathic and vitriolic madness of folks determined to view , as a type of enslavement and oppression."

They ack lack this actually happened:
"the expansion of basic human rights, and the social safety net"

chaunceydevega said...

@Syn. They live in their own alternate reality. Sadly, it does not agree with ours even as their fictions impact their decision making in a common polity.

Anonymous said...

So What!.. The tea party is upset...Nothing new here

chaunceydevega said...

@Anon. Is there any joy in your heart? Isn't that the point that a certain point you respond to foolishness with foolishness in order to save your sanity?

freebones said...

what really bothers me about the tea party is that they fill me with such anger and hostility. i'm usually such a calm person, but they are so relentlessly irrational and moronic that it fills me with rage. that is a sad thing.

but soon they will all be dead, as the majority of them are of the generations older than mine, and i will dance on their graves.

Synonymous said...

"but soon they will all be dead, as the majority of them are of the generations older than mine, and i will dance on their graves."

Not true. Your generation will grow old and as they do many of them will be just like the T party. It happened with the revolutionary generation of the 60s. It will happen with yours. The T baggers have children. Check out these sentiments of these notsoold T baggers:http://crooksandliars.com/david-neiwert/tea-party-report-poor-right-wingers-

sabrinabee said...

This woman actually thanked Gawd at the prospect of fellow citizens losing healthcare. That is insane and i think you insult the biological waste system invoking it's name in relation to these ghouls.

sabrinabee said...

"The T baggers have children."

Sadly, they do. And they are doing everything in their power to ensure that those children remain undereducated bible thumpers. Texans wrote a bill banning critical thinking because it interferes with what is being taught at home. No lie.

http://www.alternet.org/newsandviews/article/1012974/texas_republicans_seek_to_ban_critical_thinking_in_public_schools/

What gives me a little hope is the seventeen year old GOP conference speaker who realized he was spreading bunk.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/03/jonathan-krohn-conservatism_n_1647827.html

Synonymous said...

@sabrinabee
Truetruetrue. It's not a generational thing. The racists, like the poor, you have with you always.