Your Wiccapundit loves him some show tunes. South Pacific, My Fair Lady, Guys and Dolls, and of more recent vintage The Will Rogers Follies (with lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, who wrote the lyrics to Guys and Dolls). But I hates me some truly amateurish community college theater major-bush league-municipal theater company attempt at being both politically relevant and off-off-off Broadway at the same time. That, of course, would be One Term More, a website devoted to getting Obama the second term he so richly deserves, and the “musical” production found at the site.
This has to be the most wretched example of Lefty propaganda ever to see the light of day. (click on the link, as the video can’t be embedded). Watch it, if you can. Watch it, if you dare. If you can make it through the entire 6:12, you are capable of withstanding a waterboarding personally administered by Dick Cheney.
Seriously, we are into territory that makes Plan Nine From Outer Space look like Oscar-worthy material. I note that the title is One Term More, rather than One More Term. I suppose that this was deliberate in order to provide more rhyming opportunities for the Thesaurusly-challenged librettist responsible for gems like this:
This man who would unseat Barack’s
A bleak choice at the ballot box.
Really? You rhymed “Barack’s” with “box?” I never would have seen that. I guess that’s why you make your living at this kind of work.
Filibusters. Budget scrums.
Ultrasounds & speculums.
To the Dark Side they’ve succumbed.
Hmmm, let’s see: “scrums,” “speculums,” and “succumbed.” Milton? A piker. Byron? A hack. This guy knows how to write poetry. I bet those dead English guys could never have come up with a stinging retort like calling Republicans “fetid nuts.”
I guess they didn’t call the show One More Term because the only words that rhyme with “term” are “germ,” “sperm,” and “squirm.” Which, if you think about it, could all be used in one sentence and still accurately reflect the current administration.
Honestly, I think Spanky, Darla, and Alfalfa did a better job when one of the Little Rascals said “Hey! Let’s put on a show!”
I cannot give this performance the review it deserves. I leave that to Cousin Vinny: