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Song Parodies -> "(Eric) Rudolph, The Pro-life Bomber"

Original Song Title:

"Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer"

Original Performer:

Gene Autry

Parody Song Title:

"(Eric) Rudolph, The Pro-life Bomber"

Parody Written by:

Giblet O'sarcasm

The Lyrics

The first four names mentioned are prominent 'pro-lifers' who, while not violent themselves, have probably incited others in their ranks to violence through their intemperate, intolerant rhetoric.
You know Scheidler and Kopp and Mahoney and Terry
And countless other names equally scary
But can you recall
The most deadly 'pro-lifer' of all?

(talkin' bout Eric)

Rudolph, The 'Pro-Life' Bomber
Blew a clinic up one day
Because abortion doctors
For their kind of work must pay

He and his fellow zealots
Can't see their hypocrisy
Deadly explosives using
To promote life's sanctity

So one time he took a guard
Out with just one blast
Once on him we had the goods
He high-tailed it for the woods

Now Operation Rescue
Has more egg upon its face
Rudolph, The 'Pro-Life' Bomber
Uncle Sam will try your case

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