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Aug 25 2012

Blame It on Bush

The wondrous Moonbat Messiah has inspired many songs, but none better than this gem by The Voters:

Hat tips: World of Newsninja2012, Freedom Warrior.

23 Responses to “Blame It on Bush”

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  3. Jodie says:

    I love that! I’m going to play it again – maybe again and again.

  4. IslandLifer says:

    The people of this country tainted America forever when they put this trash in the white house. A tattoo on Uncle Sammy’s forehead that looks more like a malignant tumor that everyone will always have to look at and be reminded that we are indeed infected with cancer. I imagine all those poor kids having to learn the US presidents and having to include a communist in that assignment. Barry will always be the pock this nation wears. The only way to make it go away would be to bring him and his cronies to trial and strip away all that has been put in place by default alone. That will never happen and so I rest my case when I say we will never again be the great country we once were. Well, if I can’t change that I might as well go out today and look for a liberals ass to kick.

  5. TrickleUpPolitics says:

    Great song!

  6. Granny Jan says:

    They should have a spot at the RNC Convention. Fantastic video and song.

  7. SandyS says:

    OMG…well done. Extremely talented. Loved it.

  8. dan says:

    flickin’ my Bic….good stuff and they could play just at the convention before Ron Paul has the 15 minutes that he and his delegates deserve:

  9. jazbo says:

    Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Will disseminate.

  10. Momster says:

    I just got back from seeing Dinesh D’Sousa’s movies 2016 Obama. Great flick. My only problem with it was every time Oblahblah’s puss came on the screen I reached for my remote…only to realize I was in a theater.

    On the way out I said in a loud voice in the crowded theater “Remember in November.” I was answered with comments such as “You said it, sister!” Everyone pouring out of the theater was talking about the movie with each other, total strangers.

  11. Steel Turman says:


    I posted it and flogged it.

    Rock on!

    Stuff it, Zippy.

  12. Libtard says:

    Alright… Good composition, Good hooks, Excellent lyrics around disgusting subject matter.

    (Personally, I would have put a Buckethead-style guitar solo in there for 8-12 measures, but whatever…)

  13. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Thanks for the review
    It showed up here locally, but being in the home stretch of fighting off a bug, Obama overload may not be in the cards.

  14. Alphamail says:

    IslandLifer says @ 4:17pm

    Remember brah, our faith is built on miracles.

    Tattoos can now be impeccably removed by laser – assuaging distasteful memories and eliminating ugly scars.

    DEPEND on quantum leaps – they not only happen in physics, they majestically occur, even in our daily microcosm.

    You made it this far in your life, and for the life of you, you don’t understand how you actually made it out alive with all the bullshit you did and put in your body. We both understand this, so we both know all things are possible.

    Hana hou

  15. Bob Roberts says:

    Truly inspired.

  16. Bob Roberts says:

    IslandLifer says: August 25, 2012 at 4:17 pm
    Violence is not the answer and won’t help anything.

    If you really feel that way, you need to talk to someone – and be sure to share with them that you are feeling like you need to be violent against someone just because they disagree with you politically.

    You’ll thank me later.

  17. Alphamail says:


    You have to forgive Bob Roberts, he’s a literalist. He has a great heart but he’s slightly naive when it comes to picking up on the intent behind a comment.

    I understood precisely what you were saying. I feel the same way too.

    When you say you might as well go kick a liberal’s ass I hear you callin’ bro (I’d like to too) – but literally!?!?

    If you agree with his suggestion of counseling, come to the Pacific Northwest and we’ll have a few beers and discuss why we’d like to beat up counselors.

    My comment to you was a simple aloha message. Iron sharpening iron.

    If I’m wrong, send me a mug shot – I haven’t seen a pissed-off Hawaiian since 1971 when that Makawao paniolo punched out a hippie who tried to take his kalua pork sandwich at the old Ulupalakua Ranch store.

    Smack da buggah like BJ Penn.

  18. Bloodless Coup says:

    Great Song, lyrics are very well written, and deliver a good strong punch.

  19. Bloodless Coup says:

    You should also check out the music video ObamaNation. The song was written in 2008 before the Moonbat Messiah was even elected. The young woman who wrote the song, Ash Soular, promptly recieved death threat from the left when it went viral on You Tube.

    Click The Link

  20. dan says:

    Government IS force , but it is only legitimately used in the pursuit of justice…. and with great restraint.

    Momster made me smile 🙂 Change da channel.please !

  21. fubar says:


    I have that same affliction, can’t stand to see his face or hear his voice.

    instant repulsion.

  22. IslandLifer says:

    Alphamail, always put a smile on my face 🙂 I knew you’d get what I meant and having a few green bottles with you would be great therapy. You are correct in what you say and yes I still keep the faith. I reserve the KO for sandwich stealing hippies lol! Aloha ke akua!

  23. Alphamail says:


    A snippet from Reverend Abraham Kahu Akaka’s Hawaii statehood address given at the Kawaiaha’o Church (the old “Ali’i church” my auntie attended) on Friday, March 13, 1959.

    “We do not understand the meaning of Aloha until we realize its foundation in the power of God at work in the world. Since the coming of our missionaries in 1820, the name for God to our people has been Aloha. One of the first sentences I learned from my mother in my childhood was this from Holy Scripture: “Aloha ke Akua” – in other words, “God is Aloha.” Aloha is the power of God seeking to unite what is separated in the world – the power that unites heart with heart, soul with soul, life with life, culture with culture, race with race, nation with nation. Aloha is the power that can reunite when a quarrel has brought separation; aloha is the power that reunites a man with himself when he has become separated from the image of God within.

    Thus, when a person or a people live in the spirit of Aloha they live in the spirit of God. And among such a people, whose lives so affirm their inner being, we see the working of the Scripture: ‘All things work together for good to them who love God… from the Aloha of God came his Son that we might have life and that we might have it more abundantly.'”

    I have no trouble interpreting your intent. God bless.

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