Daily Archives: March 10, 2021

Ticked Off Vic and the New Voting Prohibitions in Georgia

At the core of our country’s ideals is the promise that every adult citizen has a right to vote. More importantly, the vote is accepted and counted, regardless of any affiliations or labels. But there are some politicians, who for either personal gain or ideological reasons, would prefer to limit who has access to the voting booth.

In Georgia and Arizona, several GOP lawmakers have presented bills that if passed, would put boundaries on this most important of political actions. These people are not dumb. They know which members of the American public they are placing roadblocks in front of. They also know that the Voting Rights Act of 1965 prevents them from outright discrimination. Instead, provisions are sneaked in under the radar using specific language and details that are not always obvious upon the first read. I could go on further, but I will let Vic DiBitetto (Ticked Off Vic) take it from here.

Warning: this video contains language that some may find offensive.

The fact that it takes a foul mouthed New York comedian to reveal the truth speak volumes.

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New Randy Rainbow Video: MR. BIDEN (Bring My Vaccine) – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody

If there is one word on everyone’s lips these days, it is “vaccine”. The questions of who can get the Covid-19 vaccine, where can we get it, how we can get an appointment, etc. are everywhere.

This is the theme of Randy Rainbow’s new video. Based on the classic doo-wop song, Mr. Sandman, the new video is entitled MR. BIDEN (Bring My Vaccine) – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody.

I love that Rainbow is staring to shift from the satirical criticism of you know who (which was and still is warranted) to a non-partisan perspective. If we are to be honest about the game of American politics, we must be open to the idea that all politicians, regardless affiliation should face public judgement when necessary. The idea that one side is flawless and the other side is completely wrong opens the door to mistrust, possible violence (as we saw on January 6th), and a country divided.

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