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6/21/2017 8:25:40 PM
Posted: 12/13/2001 11:39:30 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/13/2001 11:33:19 AM EDT by The_Macallan]
88 Lines About 44 Liberals: From Tennessee came Albert Gore, an alpha male? No quite a bore. Willy was a hippie, a lefty-Rhodes Scholar, who lied about the stains he left on Monica's collar. Mr. Gephardt's first name's Dick, now that's a name that's sure to stick. Patrick Leahy's devilish grin, lets you know he's full of sin. Declare war? Biden: "No". his nickname's now "Osama Joe". Said pinko-traitor Barbra Lee, "All good commies vote for me! "Teddy, Teddy Chappaquiddick, Mary Jo needs a medic. Barbara Boxer loved slick Willie, for him, even she would get on her knee. From the gang-ridden streets comes Maxine Waters. When her supporters come out - lock up your daughters! There was this man named Chuck Schumer, "Guns are for banning" he's been heard to rumor. That condescending Hillary who sees herself elite, Is simply educated trailer-trash who lets her old man cheat. You know 'bout old man Waxman? hates tobacco, loves the taxman. Barney Frank's from the far East Coast, with a house full of men he'll proudly boast. Up in Vermont is a man named Jim, he switches sides cause he's somewhat dim. Diane Feinstein's got big hair, but in her head there's nothin' there. Chuckie Rangel's from New York, holy crap he's such a dork. Gary Condit hid from cover, no one will find his secret lover. I met a Brit named Tony Blair, quite a lefty over there. Jesse's skin is somewhat brown, and he uses it to shake you down. Ted Turner made CNN a left-slanting creature, affirming socialists is their main feature. Gary Trudeau's now just a hack, with a Pulitzer prize three decades back. Gloria Steinem? Call her Ms. she likes to stand to take a whiz. continued...
Link Posted: 12/13/2001 11:40:59 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/13/2001 11:37:14 AM EDT by The_Macallan]
...continued From CBS comes Dan Rather, a talking head of left wing blather. I knew a broad named Ellie Smeal, but I think she's a guy, NOW that's for real. Jimmy Carter was the one to thank, for letting our country fall in the tank. Could anyone be so backwards as Alan Derschowitz, his head is so far up there, when he burps, out comes the sh!ts. Hanoi Jane never learns, her hatred for us still hotly burns. Stuffy-puffy Bryant Gumble, would rather be dead than act humble. I read a book by that liberal Al Franken, he's so full of crap his head must be stankin' For outright lying they canned Pete Arnette, but his anti-US slant we'll never forget. Upon Julia Roberts, God gave a great smile, yet from that same mouth comes such utter bile. Little bitter Ralphie Nader, anti-capitalist crusader. Don't ever stand in Janet's way, with fire & guns she'll make you pay. "Reproductive Rights" Faye Wattleton supported, because she knows for certain, that SHE'LL never be aborted. Zany-crazy Jerry Brown, the eco-freak from OaklandTown. Big mouth Rosie wants to ban your gun, I'll bet she weighs nearly half a ton. Mr. Baldwin threatened to leave, now Bush is in, let's give 'em a heave. Who the hell is Michael Moore? his IQ must be sixty-four. Sarah Brady's lost her mind, she thinks it's guns that make killers unkind. Mr. Cuomo don't you know, you could never beat ole Rushbo. For all the poor, Streisand's always moaning, but great big mansion, she is still owning. Crack-head Sorkin, the rehab resident, he's just a frustrated armchair President. Norman Lear, the rich old lefty, with so many poor, why's his wallet so hefty? Tom-Tom Daschle, the truth you always twist, so I chose you to end this list. 88 lines about 44 liberals. The_Macallan
Link Posted: 12/13/2001 12:19:00 PM EDT
... Great! Bravo!
Link Posted: 12/13/2001 1:08:14 PM EDT
Nice post! For the kids too young to remember, it's based upon an old song named "88 Lines about 44 Women" by The Nails. Supposedly, the lead singer, named Marc Campbell if I remember correctly, claimed that all of the lines were true and after "nailing" the 44th, he changed the name of the group to The Nails.z
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Link Posted: 12/13/2001 8:09:01 PM EDT
Originally Posted By zoom: Nice post! For the kids too young to remember, it's based upon an old song named "88 Lines about 44 Women" by The Nails. Supposedly, the lead singer, named Marc Campbell if I remember correctly, claimed that all of the lines were true and after "nailing" the 44th, he changed the name of the group to The Nails.z
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Thanks for filling in the reference. I thought most people heard of it but maybe not (I'm aging myself).
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Link Posted: 12/13/2001 9:17:46 PM EDT
Originally Posted By WhomItMayConcern: Who are the Nails?
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'80s New Wave One-Hit Wonder
Link Posted: 12/13/2001 9:19:08 PM EDT
The Nails? The meter sounds just like the old Burma Shave signs.
Link Posted: 12/13/2001 9:29:40 PM EDT
Hehe!
Link Posted: 12/13/2001 9:34:29 PM EDT
Originally Posted By prk: The Nails? The meter sounds just like the old Burma Shave signs.
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Hmmm, now that you mention it... Maybe the Nails ripped them off. [wink]
Link Posted: 12/13/2001 9:43:46 PM EDT
Who are the Nails?
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Great, now you've forced me to get-out my notes and dig-out some records. ;) The Nails is a music group. They were founded in 1975 in Colorado as a reggae group named The Ravers. Not long after that, they started playing punk, changed their name, and moved to NYC. I first found-out about them when I saw them open for The Ramones. Not long after that, they released their first album in 1977(?) called "Cops are Punks." They released four(or so, they might have a newer one or obscure one I don't know about) other albums. Their 1982 album "Hotel for Women" contained the song "88 Lines about 44 Women," which the above post is a parody of. They made another version of this song and released it on a single. This version of this song was their only hit. Their song "Cutting Edge" was a also fan favorite, but I don't think it ever got any radio play. I always thought these guys would become popular again, since they did ska 15 years before, for example, No Doubt and Reel Big Fish, helped to make it popular, but it didn't happen.z PS: If anyone has any of their complete albums on MP3 and you're willing to share, please let me know. While I have the records, I don't have a record player at work.
Link Posted: 12/16/2001 12:56:10 AM EDT
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