If I had a time machine, I would go back to the beginning of the year. I would warn our political leaders that politics and personal gain would only amplify the havoc that Covid-19 causes. Science and logic is the only way to save lives and the economy. But I don’t have a time machine.
Randy Rainbow’s new video came out earlier today. It is entitled “GEE, ANTHONY FAUCI! – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody”.
I love this song and video. Based on “Gee, Officer Krupke” from the musical “West Side Story“, the song points out what we all know. Anthony Fauci is one of the only voices of sanity in the insane world of American politics that exists at the moment.
If the United States is to survive Covid-19, we need to listen to those who can lead us with a cool head and an understanding of what the American public needs. Instead, we have an immature, egotistical, used car salesman man-child leading us who only priority is number one.
As we get closer to November 3rd, Americans will have to make a choice as to who we want leading us for the next four years. Though it may seem like a simple choice, it is a choice that will help to determine the future of the nation.
You know who is becoming desperate. Some of the who blindly follow him are starting to open their eyes to the truth. He is unfit for office in every way possible. In a certain sense, he is not as dumb as he appears to be. But then again, a smart leader knows when to listen to others (especially when they disagree with that leader) and when to listen to their own judgement. He refuses to listen to anyone else (with the exception of those who kiss up to him) and claims to know everything he needs to know about being President.
I don’t know about anyone else, but I am so ready to refer to Joe Biden as President Biden.
Logic and common sense are concepts that are usually timeless and universal.
For example, common sense says that when you get into a car, you buckle up. If G-d forbid there is an accident, the seat belt reduces the chances of severe injury and death. As Covid-19 continues it’s stranglehold on humanity, some idiots refuse to wear a mask. A mask, like a seat belt, save lives.
Enter Randy Rainbow’s newest video, COVER YOUR FREAKIN’ FACE! – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody.
Using the song Put On a Happy Face from the musical Bye Bye Birdie, Rainbow uses his trademark humor to remind Americans (especially you know who) to put on a dam mask.
Personally, I don’t think that the concept takes a rocket scientist to understand it. But then again, you know who did proclaim himself a “stable genius” at one point.
I don’t know about anyone else, but I a hoping that this nation comes to its senses and votes for Joe Biden in November.
Leadership is proven and/or defined during times of crisis. How a specific leader rises or falls to the challenge in front of them speaks volumes.
Between Covid-19 and the nationwide protests over the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, America is at a crossroads. We should have a President who is up to the task of leading us through what can only be defined as an extremely very difficult time. Instead, we have a President who hides in a proverbial bunker, tweets incessantly and uses the Police (like he does everything) for personal gain.
This morning, Randy Rainbow released his latest video. It is entitled THE BUNKER BOY – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody.
For the last three years, we have dealt with this President’s tantrums, lies, and inability to do the job Americans hired him to do. It’s time to send a clear message that we have had enough of his antics. We need a real President, not one who is pretending to be one.
The art of magic can be summoned in one word: distraction. The magician has the audience looking at their right hand. The card which is supposed to come out of nowhere is hidden in their left hand.
This has been the tactic of the current Presidential administration since day one. The most recent distraction can only be described as Obamagate.
Randy Rainbow’s latest video is entitled “DISTRACTION! – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody“. Based on the song Tradition from the musical Fiddler on the Roof, the song perfectly mocks how you know who is trying to hide from the fact that he let Covid-19 into the United States.
A President’s performance is measured by more than the general metrics from their time in office. They are measured by how they handled the day to day tasks. I would say (and I suspect that many others feel the same way), that this President has failed and deserves to be voted out in November.
Every story, regardless of genre or format has two basic narrative elements: the hero and the villain.
As the coronavirus continues on it’s path of destruction across the United States and across the world, heroes and villains have started to emerge from within the headlines.
The villain, I think many would argue, is you know who. His inability to lead and his ego has created a nightmare that was thoroughly preventable. The hero, as I see it New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. From the get go, Governor Cuomo has been steadfast, honest and the leader that this state and the nation desperately needs.
Randy Rainbow’s latest video was released this evening. Titled ANDY! – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody, the video is a love letter to the Governor as only Randy Rainbow could have written.
Based on the song Sandy from the musical Grease, this song is pure joy and the momentary escape that we are all searching for.
Thank you, Randy, for giving us another reason to smile and laugh. It may just be enough to get us through this horrible time.
If there is one word to define 2020 so far, it is social distancing. As annoying as it is, its the only way to stop the coronavirus.
Randy Rainbow released his newest video this morning, entitled SOCIAL DISTANCE – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody. It is based on the song Go The Distance from the 1997 Disney movie Hercules (1997).
As much as we all know how important social distancing is, it is frustrating. Human beings by nature are social creatures. Staying indoors all day with only limited periods of going outside for only the basics can become emotionally and physically frustrating. We need fresh air, we need exercise and we need to see other people in person, not just on the various screens that we have.
To everyone reading this post, I hope that you are healthy, staying home and keeping busy. We will get through this, but to do so, we need patience and understanding.
It has been said that in challenging times, how one responds to that challenge speaks volumes.
Last night, Randy Rainbow released his newest video, The CORONAVIRUS Lament – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody.
Based on the song Adelaide’s Lament from the 1950’s musical, Guys and Dolls, Rainbow paints a picture as only he can of a President and a Presidential administration whose head is in the literal sand.
I read somewhere (though I don’t recall where and I cannot find a link) that the comparisons between for President Jimmy Carter and his handling of the Iranian hostage crisis and the way you know who is not reacting as he should to this crisis. The writer predicted that like Jimmy Carter, you know who will be a one term President.
From this person’s mouth to G-d and the voter’s ears.
There is nothing like laughter to relieve stress. There is nothing like satire to make one feel better when it feels like the world is crumbling around you.
Depending on where one lands on the political spectrum, it would be understandable to feel that the political system that ensures America’s survival is disintegrating before our very eyes. That is where elections come in. Elections, whether on the local, state or national level, give the voters a sense of control.
Randy Rainbow released his newest video earlier today. It is titled “ANY DEM WILL DO! – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody”
Back in January, I wrote a post questioning if “Vote Blue, No Matter Who” was the best way to go in this election. As of now, my mind has started to slightly change. We need a Democrat in the White House, but we also need to be smart about who we vote for.
But if nothing else, we have Randy Rainbow to keep us laughing and thinking at the same time.