You know, I am thinking about suing Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez for copyright infringement. Ok, not really, but he did steal some of the lines of a song I wrote about our illustrious Chimp In Chief. Ok, so he didn't do that, but as the goddess is my witness, he did steal the idea. Ok, so he didn't do that either. However, it is kind of strange to me that a song I wrote that has yet to see the light of day should be premiered at the U.N.
Yes, some time ago, I wrote a song entitled Chimp In Chief. It was my way of paying homage to perhaps my favorite puck band of all time, The Dead Kennedys. It was also one of my early attempts at expressing the anger I felt towards the dim and frightening path I saw our country taking. The first draft was more or less a laundry list of fairly creative ways I felt DUBYA should meet his maker.
I showed it to a few friends who informed me that some of they lyrics could be construed as threats made upon the life of DUBYA. Mind you, I am not afraid at all to stand up and speak my mind, especially when it comes to that ignorant, arrogant, scum-sucking moron who stole the White House in 2000, and claimed that 51% of the vote was a "mandate from the people". However, I wouldn't want to publish anything that might cross the line, and land my ass in deep do-do. So, I tamed it down a little. Now it's merely a litany of his lies, and transgressions. It may have lost its poison glands, but it still has some fangs.
So you can imagine how impressed I was when Hugo Chavez called DUBYA Satan. Of course, I found it even more amusing when he crossed himself, and made a comment about being able to still smell sulfur at the podium where DUBYA had spoken earlier. I guess it just goes to show there are people around the world who see DUBYA through the same turd-colored glasses through which I see him.
If ever there existed a true candidate for the next Antichrist, I think the case could be made that DUBYA is it! He has done more in his time to destroy human life, human dignity, and world peace than any American president I can recall. Even the evil Richard Nixon and the bumbling, drooling Ronny Ray-Gun pale in comparison to the evil that is (Curious) George DUBYA Shrub...err Bush.
As a way of continuing the hellish comparison to the son of perdition that presently inhabits the White House, I offer for the edification of my readers, the first glimpse of the lyrics to my song, Chimp In Chief. I offer this in homage to Jello Biafra, and the rest of the DK's. I also offer it as my way of saying that DUBYA is either Satan, or his one and only son, the Antichrist. No, I haven't put it to music yet, but I have some ideas.
Chimp In Chief
Lyrics by Pappy McFae
Originally penned around election time in 2004
This inception copyright 5/4/06
Satan with the chimp face, chimp face, chimp face
Satan with the chimp face on!
Puppet of the rich,
Driving America straight into a ditch!
Chicken hawk supreme
With a war wet dream
He's so f*cking stupid, it makes me want to scream!
He didn't go to Vietnam
He had his rich dad and mom
Send him to the National Guard
No way he'd see metal shards
Or get that morning napalm smell
Or know any other kind of hell
The poor kids knew who went to fight
For a war that wasn't right
Silver spoon way up his ass
He watched as the war passed
Safe in Texas, not in hell
And still he went A.W.O.L
Satan with the chimp face, chimp face, chimp face,
Satan with the chimp face on!
Blood on his hands,
All across the land
At almost eight thousand the death toll stands
Iraq blood thirst
Floating bodies in floods, he has done his worst.
He let people die on 9/11
Sent over three thousand souls to heaven
Then started the Iraq war
To snuff out twenty-five-hundred more
Let's not forget Afghanistan,
At almost five hundred the tally stands
And yet that's not the full account
Of civilians that died in large amounts
In all the countries we destroyed
To help President Paranoid
Show his daddy he has balls
And show he has no heart at all
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