Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Thought This Was Cute

Illinois Christmas Carol

To the tune of "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen"

Get packin', Rod Blagojevich
The state's in disarray
The Tribune wants you unemployed
At least by Christmas Day.
The TV pundits want your head
Could there be pay to play?
Oh, tidings of comfort and joy
Save Illinois!
Oh, tidings of comfort and joy.

Good riddance Rod Blagojevich
Your Elvis look's inane,
The Senate's mad, so's Lisa's dad.
You drive us all insane.
Our transit's broke, the state's a joke,
The Tollway's one big pain.
Oh, tidings of comfort and joy
Save Illinois!
Oh, tidings of comfort and joy.

Good luck old Rod Blagojevich
The feds have quite a place.
Fitzgerald's poked his nose around
And if he has a case,
George Ryan's moving stuff around
Creating extra space.
Oh, tidings of comfort and joy
Save Illinois!
Oh, tidings of comfort and joy.

2 Comments:

Anonymous brian boru said...

So, if this piece of garbage moves on and is replaced, will anything change? Of course not! Only violent revolution can clean up the kike mess now. As time passes I am more and more certain that the US will not exist as an entity within ten years, and maybe a lot sooner than that. Ten years ago I thought it would take forty or fifty years, but the jew cancer has metastasized so much that I think that it is much closer now. The process is beginning already. The country is more akin to a multiracial, quarrelling prison camp than a unified nation. Conditions have never been more favourable, or urgent, for a Northwest Republic movement to get going. 2008 gave some warning rumbles but 2009 is going to bring major shocks. The chimp in the White House and his kike handlers are not going to be able to patch up the mess. They may just try to loot the system dry and impose martial law after another staged terrorist attack. However, imposing martial law on a heavily armed, hysterical, mutually antagonistic population isn't going to be easy even for ZOG. In such a mess a white freedom army just might be able to carve out a niche in the northwest.
Reality just might turn out to be stranger than HAC's fiction.

2:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

From "The Virginian"- Good one, Mr. Covington. As for "Brian Boru's" comments- yes, just like a steam engine. The safeties have been capped off, now it is ready to BLOW!

12:44 PM  

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