The joke about politics and politicians is that the promises that are made on the campaign trail doesn’t always translate into action when the winner takes office. But I would hope that at the very least, he or she tries to turn those promises into reality.
Randy Rainbow released his new video earlier today.
Titled TED and LINDSEY! – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody, Rainbow uses the song Kansas City from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma! as the basis for the video. If I were to judge some Republican members of Congress on a scale of 1-10, (1 being somewhat decent and 10 being the worst of the worst), both Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham would score an 11. They are hypocritical bullshitters who are more concerned with saving their own skins and kissing you know who’s ass rather than doing the job the voters hired them to do.
I can only hope, that at some point in the future, their constituents replace them with someone who puts their constituents first.
The term “quid pro quo” has been bandied about the press and the voting public since the impeachment proceedings against you know who started last week. In laymen’s terms, it means that one person will do something for another person, but the first person expects something in return.
Randy Rainbow’s latest video is entitled “He’s Just a GURL Who’ll QUID PRO QUO! – Randy Rainbow Song Parody“.
Based on the song “I Cain’t Say No” from the Rogers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma!. The original song is a euphemism describing the sexual blooming of the character of Ado Annie, a young lady with more male attention than she knows what to do with. This is a perfect song to parody how whorish (for lack of a better term) you know who is to stay in office.
I wish I could say that the circus that is the current state of politics will soon be going away. But with a Presidential election less than a year away and a President with autocratic tendencies, this circus will be our political normal for quite some time.
Depending on one’s perspective, Omarosa Manigault-Newman is either a bitter ex-employee who is determined to bring her former employer down or a woman who is revealing truths that up to this point, had been kept from the American public.
This of course, is fertile inspiration for Randy Rainbow. His new video is entitled OMAROSA! A Randy Rainbow Song Parody.
Using the title song from the Rodgers and Hammerstein Musical Oklahoma! as a base, Randy Rainbow is proving once more why you know who is wholly and completely unfit not just for public office, but for the office of the President.
P.S. Did you the news that both Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort were found guilty today? You know who is not above the law, despite what he thinks. The justice system is far from perfect, but at the end of the day, justice will be served and you know who will get his day in court.