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Song Parodies -> "Hillary"

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Original Performer:

Steve Winwood

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Parody Written by:

Mike Littoris

The Lyrics

So vile standing there with her finger in the air
I can't even remember all the promises she made
But she’s still two faced running in ‘08
What fool would vote for her on election day
Soul music, jive & bling she can morph to anything
Next she acts like she was raised on a dairy farm

I’m Hillary, vote for me
vote for me, Hillary
Vote and you’ll see
I’ll be whoever you want me to be

What’s wrong if she tries to act like one of the boys
Look now she’s acting like she’s college age
The lies that she tells will catch up with her one day
Election day use your head vote for someone else
Do what’s right send her back where she used to be
No it’s not because she’s a woman, she’s a liberal

She will rule with an iron fist if she wins on election day
Taxes, higher and higher take all our money away
She tells us she’s the one whose time has come

I’m Hillary, vote for me
vote for me, Hillary
Vote and you’ll see
I’ll be whoever you want me to be

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Michael Pacholek - July 30, 2007 - Report this comment
Anybody who makes less than $400,000 a year (the Presidential salary) who thinks that Hillary is going to raise their taxes is too dumb to not have their taxes raised. She's going to win, and she's going to raise taxes on the wealthy to cut the Dubya Deficit and create good jobs and good wages and bring economic growth for the bottom 99 percent. You don't have to like it. But you WILL have to live with it for eight... long... years. Again.
2Eagle - July 30, 2007 - Report this comment
Her husband did a good job as the President, so if she is elected he will be back in the White House to give her advice. P.S. Your security code is the initials of my movie heart throb Yul Brynner. Too bad there wasn't nine of him.
John Jenkins - July 31, 2007 - Report this comment
Considering you didn't get to Hillary Care, this is a good spoof. Keep them coming, Mike. It is refreshing to have a conservative Mike at AmIRight. Raising income taxes on the more productive income earners includes corporations; and, of course, we know that consumers, not corporations, end up paying those taxes. The Dubya deficit was not due to lower tax rates. It occurred because of the recession that was inherited from the previous administration and because the Republican Congress and the Republican Administration kept spending like Democrats.
Michael Pacholek - July 31, 2007 - Report this comment
Uh, John, three things. 1. If Bush hadn't given us his crazy harebrained tax scheme, we'd have had maybe one year of deficit, and we'd have a surplus now and the bottom 99 percent could experience economic growth. 2. If corporations paid their fair share of taxes, instead of jacking consumers, we might not have a deficit. 3. I wouldn't be pleased at the author's name if I were you. Read it again, perhaps to the tune of "My Sharona." Somebody -- not me, I use the Bernard persona when I want to get in touch with my right-wing side -- is putting you on.
John Jenkins - August 01, 2007 - Report this comment
MP, you are batting .333 - not bad. You are correct that I should not set unreasonable expectations for Mike Littoris.
Immoral Liberal - August 01, 2007 - Report this comment
So you prefer Rudi "The Terrorism Expert" Giuliani who turned to Bernard Kerik during 9/11 and said "thank god George Bush is president" or one of the other right-wingers who are all distancing themselves from the failed Iraqi war faster than you can say "shock and awe"? Ok. Get ready for some shock and awe in the next election - it's the war, stupid. Piss off a republican, elect Hillary and Obama into the White House.
Concerned American for America - August 01, 2007 - Report this comment
From today's Boston Globe: "WASHINGTON -- The war in Iraq could ultimately cost well over a trillion dollars -- at least double what has already been spent -- including the long-term costs of replacing damaged equipment, caring for wounded troops, and aiding the Iraqi government, according to a new government analysis." This kind of gives new meaning to your line: "take all our money away", doesn't it? IL: Correct, it is the war, stupid.
John Jenkins - August 02, 2007 - Report this comment
From Monday’s New York Times op-ed pages: Michael E. O’Hanlon and Kenneth M. Pollack, two officials from the Brookings Institution (a liberal think tank) reported their findings from a recent 8-day trip to Iraq. They conclude that morale is good, progress is being made in many areas, and the war is winnable.
John Jenkins - August 02, 2007 - Report this comment
IL, yes, as an American, I do think Rudy Giulani would deal with terrorism and the economy better than any of the Democrat candidates. But, as a parodist, I think that having Hillary in the White House and a Democratically-controlled Senate and Congress will give me a lot more material.
Immoral Liberal - August 02, 2007 - Report this comment
John -gotta love your answer - spoken like a true Pat Buchanan. Rudi was a good mayor for two weeks, at best. Rudi and I both earned our degrees in terrorism from the same place - 9/11; although he had a front row seat. Hopefully, after eight years of hell and one dumb war, the republicans don't have a shot at the White House. However, if it absolutely has to be a right wing fanatic, Rudi would at least recognize that there are in fact monuments in NYC. Hope that you're still rooting for the Mets. IL IL
Concerned American for America - August 02, 2007 - Report this comment
So I guess that's five people who still support the war - Dubya, Cheney, these two guys and you John. However, I'm not sure how your post answers the trillion dollar question.
R3T - August 05, 2007 - Report this comment
Well, MP, looks like you and your Idiot Loser alter ego are the only nutroots believers insane enough to be able to push a Zogby poll up to as much as a 3% approval rating for your lame-suck Dimgress. (It's actually supposed to be at -2%, but there's that whole margin of error thing...) Everyone else thinks you moonbats have screwed the pooch... because they're actually capable of thinking at all.
Libs Sux - August 12, 2007 - Report this comment
If Hillary wins, I'm moving to Canada.
Mike Littoris - October 06, 2007 - Report this comment
Me thinks my leftish persona will be named Micheal Pacholek

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