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Hillary Clinton: Desperado - Come to your senses

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Parody of the Eagle’s Desperado featuring Hillary Clinton.

Performed by: Dave Wildman
Lyrics: Dave Wildman
Editing: Steve Garfield

Desperado, why don’t you come to your senses?
You’ve been out losing races for so long now
Oh, you’re a hard one
I know that you’ve got your reasons
But I wish you would keep them
To yourself and just step down

Well you tried to play the race card
But you’re not the hating kind
And that plagiarism line just never worked
Now it seems you got some delegates
And you’ll use them if you’re able
But it only makes you look like a jerk

Desperado, oh, you ain’t getting no younger
Your pain and your hunger, and vanity drives you now
And winning, oh winning, well that’s just some people talking
Cause losing is all that you are ever gonna know

Don’t your cheeks get sore from grinning all the time
And the people crowd around the other guy
And it’s hard to see just why you don’t go away
You’re stooping to the lowest lows
And you can’t seem to keep your big mouth closed these days

Desperado, why don’t you see what you’re doing?
The road to your ruin is the only path you’ve got
You may be losing, but there’s always tomorrow
You can save all that sorrow, for your Oprah guest spot


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Obama and Clinton: Breaking Us In Two

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Mashup of CNN Texas Debate footage featuring Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton featuring a parody of Joe Jackson’s Breaking Us In Two.

Performed by: Dave Wildman
Lyrics: Dave Wildman
Video footage: CNN
Editing: Steve Garfield

Breaking us in Two:

Do you need a soundbite for the news?
Don’t you feel like when we fight it breaks the party in two?
All your staring makes me nervous and that pantsuit makes you look huge
Always something breaking us in two

You and I could never run as one
But don’t you think you tried and cried and maybe your race is run?
why does what I”m saying hurt you? I only said that you were through
Always something breaking us in two

They say two democrats should run as one
But we’ll fight in states both red and blue
Your people say you need to win just one
We’ll it’s oh so nice to take advice from such deluded fools

Could we be much closer if we tried?
I could reach across and poke my finger in your eye
Maybe we could last one more debate maybe then we’d see right through
Always something breaking us in two

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Talking Politics with Jesus

Cup O Politics’ Phil Johnson has a chat with Jesus about the 2008 Presidential Primary election. Who is Jesus supporting? Huckabee, Romney, someone else? Watch ‘Talking Politics with Jesus’ to find out.

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Parade of the Losers

Join Phil Johnson as he remembers the losers of the United States 2008 Presidential Primary.

Candidate Photos: CNN/Getty Images Election Center 2008, Who’s Out.

3rd Grader Photo: 3rd grade nov 1988 by Russell Bernice. CC BY

Kucinich Debate Footage: MSNBC.

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Jeri Thompson Photo: Jeri and Sammy by freddthompson cc-by-sa-2.0

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Kucinich Calls for Impeachment: Offending Words

Kucinich causes House floor fuss in announcing Bush impeachment drive:

Cleveland Democratic Rep. Dennis Kucinich caused a stink on the House of Representatives floor this morning during a speech where he announced he’ll introduce articles of impeachment against President Bush on Monday, Jan. 28, the day Bush delivers his State of the Union speech.

“We already know the State of the Union,” Kucinich says in his speech. “It’s a lie.”

Republicans objected to Kucinich’s statements, and the Cleveland congressman returned to the floor a few minutes later to withdraw his “offending words.”

The Center for Public Integrity: False Pretenses.

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Everyone is talking about change but some people are actually taking the initiative to change what change actually means…and that changes everything!