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Song Parodies -> "O Come, All Ye Wingnuts (Adeste El Doofus)"

Original Song Title:

"O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles)"

Original Performer:

Traditional Christmas Carol

Parody Song Title:

"O Come, All Ye Wingnuts (Adeste El Doofus)"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Written in December 2000, after the Supreme Court's supreme treachery. This works a lot better if you also know the Latin version: "Adeste fideles, laiti triumphantes, venite, venite in Bethlehem. Natum vedite, regum angelorum. Venite adoremus (3x), Dominum." I think that's how it's spelled.
O come, all ye wingnuts
hateful and repugnant
o come, ye, o come, ye to Wa-a-shington!
Come and appoint him
born the king of morons.
O come let us appoint him.
O come let us appoint him.
O come let us appoint him.
Reich's new lord.

Adeste El Doofus
George Dubya Bushus
venite, venite in Wa-a-shington.
Sleaze petroleum
coca olfactorum.
Venite ignoramus.
Venite ignoramus.
Venite ignoramus.

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Pacing: 3.1
How Funny: 2.7
Overall Rating: 2.7

Total Votes: 7

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Guy - December 24, 2003 - Report this comment
Wingnuts is slang for USAF members. Do you also have something against our military? Didn't think this one was too funny although well paced and not because it is about Dubya. It's just that jokes about the 2000 election are about all used up in the funny department. Sorry I can't score this any higher.
dude - December 24, 2003 - Report this comment
yeah, election jokes are old, cause it's not like the 2000 election mess didn't give us a president that isn't still screwing the country over. Clinton hummer jokes though are timeless. He's been out of office for years, but what Billy's willie did, is still of timeless importance.
Adagio - December 24, 2003 - Report this comment
Merry Christmas!
Melhi - December 24, 2003 - Report this comment
The second verse is particularly hilarious! Great job, Michael.
Michael McVey - December 24, 2003 - Report this comment
I mostly disagree with you about W and would not have wanted to see Algore handle the aftermath of the WTC attacks, but I recognize good humor when I see it. I say "mostly" because I am very concerned about the impact the P****** A** will have on our rights, and I also think the war against Saddam (which I support) could have been fought successfully with a lot fewer casualties. RE previous comments, it's never too late to poke fun at a politician, and that is a time-honored American tradition. One I hope will not become a casualty of the P****** A**. Long live the First Amendment!!!
dude - December 25, 2003 - Report this comment
no one said you can't make fun of the former president. just that it's no longer funny or relevent. it's like making jokes about FDR... who cares?
Michael Pacholek - December 26, 2003 - Report this comment
Guy: "Wingnuts" is short for "right-wing nuts." In other words, you. I support our military far more than you ever will, because you want them to fight for Bush's many, many lies, and I do not. This song is not about the 2000 election, it's about the man who lost it, Georgie Bush. Dude: You actually believe Clinton's sins are of timeless importance, while Bush's crimes are not? You have a horribly whacked-out set of priorities. And while FDR jokes are long forgotten, there's still Ike's golfing, LBJ's cowboy antics, Nixon's paranoia, Ford's klutziness, Carter's well-meaning fecklessness, Reagan's airheadedness, and Big George's out-of-touchness. Mike: You won't say it, but I will: Screw John Ashcroft, and screw the goddamned Patriot Act! If you're gonna oppose it, don't do it half-assed, the way Bush is fighting the War On Terror, and where is Osama, anyway?
Guy - December 26, 2003 - Report this comment
Michael P. You are dead wrong about my support for the military. And where have I ever said that I support our troops because they are fighting Georgie's war? I support them because they are there as I have been but you could never understand this since you were never there.

Michael McVey - December 26, 2003 - Report this comment
To the other Mike: Uh, did you see my parody (posted today) of D-I-V-O-R-C-E entitled P-A-T-R-I-O-T A-C-T? It expresses pretty much the same sentiments. By typing P****** A** I am treating the calculated attack on the Bill of Rights as the obscenity it is. And also, I get a bit tired of people on either side of the Iraq issue accusing the other of not supporting the troops. Their job is tough enough without being used as leverage by either side of a political debate. A true patriot supports the troops, and a true patriot questions the government. Guy and I do both, just like you do. It's just that not everyone who questions the government comes up with the same answers.

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