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“Bush Was Right”, performed by The Right Brothers

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  1. Dave says:

    “Bush Was Right” by The Right Brothers
    Lyrics by Frank Highland
    Copyright © 2006 – The Right Brothers

    Freedom in Afghanistan, say goodbye Taliban
    Free elections in Iraq, Saddam Hussein locked up
    Osama’s staying underground, Al Qaida now is finding out
    America won’t turn and run once the fighting has begun
    Libya turns over nukes, Lebanese want freedom, too
    Syria is forced to leave, don’t you know that all this means

    Bush was right!
    Bush was right!
    Bush was right!

    Democracy is on the way, hitting like a tidal wave
    All over the middle east, dictators walk with shaky knees
    Don’t know what they’re gonna do, their worst nightmare is coming true
    They fear the domino effect, they’re all wondering who’s next

    Bush was right!
    Bush was right!
    Bush was right!

    Ted Kennedy – wrong!
    Cindy Sheehan – wrong!
    France – WRONG!
    Zell Miller – right!

    Economy is on the rise kicking into overdrive
    Angry liberals can’t believe it’s cause of W’s policies
    Unemployment’s staying down, Democrats are wondering how
    Revenue is going up, can you say “Tax Cuts”

    Bush was right!
    Bush was right!
    Bush was right!

    Cheney was right, Condi was right,
    Rummy was right, Blair was right
    You were right, We were right, “The Right” was right
    and Bush was right…
    Bush was right!
    Bush was right!
    What We’re About
    What We’re Fighting For

  2. pronoblem says:

    Check out this story:

    http://tinyurl.com/gyuhc

    London calling to the faraway towns
    Now war is declared – and battle come down
    London calling to the underworld
    Come out of the cupboard, you boys and girls
    London calling, now don’t look to us
    Phoney Beatlemania has bitten the dust
    London calling, see we ain’t got no swing
    ‘Cept for the reign of that truncheon thing

    The ice age is coming, the sun’s zooming in
    Meltdown expected, the wheat is growing thin
    Engines stop running, but I have no fear
    Cause London is burning and I live by the river

    London calling to the imitation zone
    Forget it, brother, you can go at it alone
    London calling to the zombies of death
    Quit holding out – and draw another breath
    London calling – and I don’t wanna shout
    But while we were talking I saw you nodding out
    London calling, see we ain’t got no high
    Except for that one with the yellowy eyes

    The ice age is coming, the sun’s zooming in
    Engines stop running, the wheat is growing thin
    A nuclear error, but I have no fear
    Cause London is drowning and I, I live by the river

    Now get this
    London calling, yes, I was there, too
    An’ you know what they said? Well, some of it was true!
    London calling at the top of the dial
    And after all this, won’t you give me a smile?
    London Calling

    I never felt so much alike, like-a, like-a…

  3. “Economy is on the rise kicking into overdrive
    Angry liberals can’t believe it’s cause of W’s policies
    Unemployment’s staying down, Democrats are wondering how
    Revenue is going up, can you say “Tax Cuts? ‘

    Of course! Now it all makes sense! Good thing some paint-drinking crackheads had enough musical talent to spell it out for us, Dave! Otherwise, we’d have been totally wrong about everything!

    On second thought, IS that what’s happening? I thought we, as a nation, were propping up the economy with home-equity loans, and that discouraged workers were leaving the market as jobs failed to materialize. I guess I should thank Bush that only 20% of my take-home pay, before I pay the first dollar of the rapidly-rising deductible, goes for medical insurance for my family (as opposed to France’s combined plan where the cost is split between public and private money, their satisfaction ratings are higher, and their outcomes are better). If memory serves, oil prices are causing my electric bill to skyrocket, and what small amount of driving we do in a month costs crazily more than before a puppet for the oil companies was barely elected to the highest office in the land. I sure am glad trained economist-musicians spelled out how much better it is to have teams of CIA agents kidnapping and torturing people overseas, even as secret crazily-unconstitutional wiretapping was being conducted here in America. That not only made me safer, but wealthier!

    Let’s not forget the opportunity cost of the war: http://www.somethingawful.com/articles.php?a=3689 tallies it up nicely.

    I heard on the BBC news that Saddam is filibustering on the witness stand about atrocities committed by American troops. When you’re getting punked by Saddam ‘I gas more Kurds before 9 am than most people gas all day’ Hussein, that’s an image problem. Yep, “democracy like a tidal wave,” all right.

    Dang, between this and B.C., you’re just itching to post things that make you angry…