Joe’s 15 Minutes of Fame and Pain

With half the collective cognitive ability of an anthill, Joe Biden takes to the South Lawn for a pre-planned rally to celebrate inflation, while the market was tanking in real time – going south faster than Joe. It dropped 1200 points by the time he spoke.

‘Titanic move over, I’ve got a better band,’
It was better than an ice cream festival, for Lyin’ Biden.

After all, Joey didn’t have to explain anything. He had famous singer, songwriter James Taylor to do the interpretive messaging for him. Biden wanted to hear that favorite song, fire and rain. “I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain. I’ve seen sunny days I thought would never end…” Except that it is a song about suicide, pain and addiction.

I know, with the lyrics fire and rain, Joe was thinking climate change and to change the message from the creeping inflation. But Biden’s economy is lying in pieces on the ground, with our “sweet dreams” and lives hanging in the balance.

So I took the liberty to rework the lyrics a little — aka Corny Pop style.

I seen anger and I seen pain,
I seen James try to put us in shame.

And I hope to never see that again,
From my rooftop or my poop-drop.

But our time may be at hand,
If we don’t oppose their plans and take a stand.

“Lord knows when the cold wind blows it’ll turn your head around.”

 

This reminds me that those valiant musicians are always my go to sources for politics and influence, or as the left believes. Them and celebrities have the best political advice.

‘Cause I know damn well musicians got their finger right on the pulse of the people and  important problems in America. Maybe I’ll write a song about that. Cheers to those preening, musical Nostradumasses! Hats off to you.

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