Rallying Anthem for the Next 4 Years

flag lapelTo the tune of “Yankee Doodle (went to town):”

Boy McFlightsuit went to war,
riding on Osama.
Stuck a flag pin on his suit,
and milked the terror drama.

Hey McFlightsuit, keep it up,
invade another nation.
Say “freedom and liberty,”
and then take a vacation.

Ole Heartmurmer went to war,
riding on Bin Laden.
Gave the no-bids to his buds,
And said: “thyself go fucken.”

Hey Heartmurmer, keep it up,
invade another nation.
Blame liberal media,
when they don’t do narration.

I’m tempted to do Rummy and Condi as well, but rhyming is “hard work.”

5 Comments
  1. Boy McFlightsuit went to war,
    riding on Osama.
    Stuck a flag pin on his suit,
    and milked the terror drama.

    Hey McFlightsuit, keep it up,
    invade another nation.
    Spout words ?Äúfreedom and liberty,?Äù
    and then take a long vacation.

    Ole Heartmurmer went to war,
    riding on Bin Laden.
    Gave the no-bids to his buds,
    And said: ?Äúthyself go fucken.?Äù

    Hey Heartmurmer, keep it up,
    invade another nation.
    Blame the liberal media,
    when they don?Äôt do narration.

    Boy McFlightsuit went to war,
    riding on Osama.
    Stuck a flag pin on his suit,
    and milked the terror drama.

    Hey McFlightsuit, keep it up,
    invade another nation.
    Say ?Äúfreedom and liberty,?Äù
    and then take a vacation.

    Ole Heartmurmer went to war,
    riding on Bin Laden.
    Gave the no-bids to his buds,
    And said: ?Äúthyself go fucken.?Äù

    Hey Heartmurmer, keep it up,
    invade another nation.
    Blame liberal media,
    when they don?Äôt do narration.

  2. Who is Boy McFlightsuit supposed to be? I certainly hope you are not referring to anyone serving in the military or previously serving in the military. I believe you are making a parody of Bush and Cheney. However, using the terms you used may lead some to think you are critical of those that have served or are now serving in the military. Stephen, I believe you are beginning to drift way out in La La land in your perception of life and your personal beliefs. I will agree you have a right to your opinion. Don’t you ever forget the sacrifices fallen soldiers and veterans made to give you the privilege to live in a country where you can express your personal opinions whether I or others agree with them or not. I know your views on our presence in Iraq and probably in Afghanistan. Remember why you can sleep well and are not now speaking German, Japanese, Russian, Korean, Vietnamese or Arabic today. I just cannot figure you out sometimes. If you have time to write this at 8:38 am in the morning, why are you not at work earning a living like other people? I am sure you will censor this and not allow it to be posted on your site because it is from your father and unfavorable toward your views but I am sending it anyway. I love you and believe you need to stay in touch with your family. I know your cell phone is not working any more and I have left a message to call me. Please reconsider your direction in life. Reading some of your work convinces me you are a very angry person lashing out and for that I am sorry. I love you and will always be here for you. DAD

  3. Oh snap, first “parent comment.”

    Dear diary, today my dad came and called me out on my blog. He did not realize that I have utmost respect for the armed services of this country, and that my contempt is reserved for the government that causes us all so much grief (even though I have had this discussion with him on many separate occasions). Maybe he is confusing liberal with libertarian (even though that has been explained in detail as well). Also, he may not be aware that I can queue stories up at different times so I can fool people into thinking I am typing on this intarweb site when I am actually across town painting a section-8 house for a customer. In closing, I am embarassed more by the fact that he posted a comment than by the content of it, I have officially jumped the shark.

    Dad, I gave you the number to the house, I’ll call you tomorrow since there’s no answering machine. And looky at me staying up late, wacky!

    PS- I don’t delete anything on this site except spam and trolls, much to my own chagrine this time.

  4. :) I wish my parents would follow my blog a little more… I talked my parents and my grandmother to attend a big event we held for Michael Badnarik and they really enjoyed him and (althought they wouldn’t say) I think they voted for him.

    If anything, what better way to share your true feelings about something? The only downside (As your Dad’s comment suggests) is that misinterpretation can happen if a post is taken out of context. If someone trolls any blog for awhile, you get a sense of who they are and what their positions are… this makes it easier to interpret what others might percieve as degrading.

  5. My parents follow TNL and smetimes they are not too thrilled with the content – they’re both big liberals though and products of their generation. The government helped them with the likes of the GI Bill and what not. They dont understand that their savior has become my generations millstone.

    Mr. Van Dyke, yer kid is a good joe. He’s living his life the way he wants. There are people out here who think he is doing good for the things he believes in. He’s not a robot and he thinks for himself, and we need all those kind of folks we can get.

    And Stephen, be glad yer dad loves you enough to write something like that. Lots of people dont have that. You’re not embarassed, you’re lucky. ( rinse and repeat in yer mind until it makes sense )

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