“I think most people recognize political satire when they see it,” Tennessee Republican Chip Saltsman told CNN.
Hahaha. Ha. K, done laughing now. Really Mr Chip? Satire?
According to The Hill, other song titles, some of which were in bold font, were: “John Edwards’ Poverty Tour,” “Wright place, wrong pastor,” “Love Client #9,” “Ivory and Ebony” and “The Star Spanglish Banner.”
Yeah, hilarious. Good to know what the Republican party finds funny – racism and poverty. I’m hardly one to stand on political correctness. Or even correctness in a lot of cases. I’ve giggled myself sick at half the stuff on flemcomics which jumps so far over the good taste line on a regular basis it’s almost like an olympic competition where James sees how badly he can beat his last ‘best’.
For a political party that has the perception problem the Republicans do, it’s almost unfathomable that anything like this would get approval at any stage of the game. It would hardly take a rocket surgeon to go “wow, these are pretty racist.”
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· Turn signals matter. As does shutting them off.