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Apr 29 2012


To find the ideal campaign song for 2012, Obama and his party are referred to The Fugs:

If we opt for another four years of this, nothing is all we will have coming in the way of respect.

On a tip from Jim.

8 Responses to “Nothing”

  1. Bob Roberts says:

    Also would double as a great theme song for the “occupy” movement.

  2. Mary says:

    yes it would as most of them have no idea why they are there.

  3. Fiberal says:

    That was a band a bit too refined for BO.

  4. A. Levy says:

    Great piece:

    “It is fashionable to be jaded about a presidential campaign, to complain there’s nothing new and tune it out. Not this one. Watch it, or you’ll miss the antics of an incumbent who has no scruples and no regard for the majesty of his office.

    President Obama’s team put out an ad praising him for sending in Navy SEALs to kill Osama bin Laden and doubting whether Mitt Romney would have done it. To further exploit the one-year anniversary, he gave an interview to NBC in the Situation Room, from where he observed the raid. And The Wall Street Journal revealed that the Obama campaign has an enemies list, a group of Romney donors it singles out by name on a Web site while declaring some got rich “at the expense of so many Americans.”

    As outrageous as those breaches of decency are, they are merely the latest extension of Obama’s polarizing presidency. His tenure threatened, he is growing desperate, almost pathologically so. And it’s only April.

    Where once it was rare for a politician or a commentator to accuse a president of lying, it happens routinely now. Obama’s speeches are filled with distortions and fabrications. Even members of his own party don’t trust him, regarding him as ruthlessly selfish. “An uncurious man,” said one.

    House Speaker John Boehner called the president’s use of Air Force One for campaign events disguised as official business “pathetic” and added: “This is the biggest job in the world, and I’ve never seen a president make it smaller.”

    It is a train wreck for America, unfolding before our eyes. Sad to say, but it makes me nostalgic for the days of Bill Clinton, when it was only sex that shamed the Oval Office…”

    Michael Goodwin, NY Post

  5. Jimbo says:

    “Train wreck” doesn’t begin to describe the Obama Destruction. (O.D.) America has ODed.

    Thank all of you insane liberal communist idiots. But beware – real Americans will remember you. You live by stupidity, you’ll die by stupidity.

  6. Morris says:

    I’d posit that an even more appropriate choice might be the Fug’s “I Feel Like Homemade $hit!”.

  7. Billll says:

    I like “Too Much Of Nothing” but as has been noted, the musical quality is way too high.

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