Wednesday, February 3, 2010

The Day ObamaCare Died - Sung by 'Barry' Obama

Our Father, United Health Care, who art in DC, hallowed be thy profits.

Thy King has come, your medical procedure won't be done on Earth and you are heading to heaven.

We took your daily bread and forgive you your trespasses, for asking for health care

Lead us not to ask again to live, and we won't go all evil on your sorry ass. Amen

Trillions for the bankers, trillions for Wall Street. Hundred of billions for Apartheid Israel.

All those TRILLIONS to keep the wealthy elite living like royalty, while We the People fight over food scraps and get kicked out of our homes.

Just don't ask for any help from DC, they're too busy servicing their Masters.

1 comment:

  1. "We've told so many lies, young scientists are totally confused"

    (a video spoof of climate science)


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