Jindal Bells, Jindal Bells, Jindal All The Way

Bobby Jindal congratulates Santa Claus and associate for relocating North Pole Embassy to Louisiana

The Twelve Days of Christmas Song Parodies continues…

Just when we were ready to put his picture on a milk carton, Republican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has re-awaken from months of hibernation. Where has this once and future G.O.P. presidential hopeful been? Only last year a week could not pass without Jindal criticizing any and all types of federal spending with the exception of war spending of course. He would pop up on Sunday morning talk shows on a regular basis to boast of his fiscal conservatism and to denounce the federal stimulus package. It now appears that Jindal is in fact a chamelean that has changed its colors.

Yesterday Jindal held a press conference wherein he lauded this year’s $ 400 million in federal funds spent in Louisiana for coastal restoration projects in Terrabonne. He also heralded an additional $ 780 million in federal funds to be used for the same purpose in Louisiana next year. Apparently Jindal sees no hypocrisy in hawking his fiscally conservative opposition to federal spending and then gleefully accepting the enormous amount of federal funds spent in his state. Jindal said:

These investments are vital to our state. Not only for the protection of our land and property, but most importantly for the safety of our citizens.

With this type of double-speak on record it may be difficult for Jindal to avoid the dreaded “flip-flop” label should he seek national elective office in the future. Then again, if his Republican opposition consists of  Sarah “I Was For That Bridge Before I Was Against It” Palin or Mitt “I Was Pro-Choice Before I Was Anti-Choice” Romney, then he will be in good company. Bobby, we hardly knew ye.

Please remember to click on the song link below to familiarize yourselves with the tune and to have more fun singing along with today’s song parody.

Jingle Bells song link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2MFducncsg

JINDALBELLS

(sung to the song of “Jingle Bells”)

Dashing through Naw’Leans
Sporting his brand new short pants
Taking in the scenes
While practicing a dance

Down in Baton Rouge
He’s a resident
But he can’t wait to move up north
And be the President

Oh, Jindal-Bells, Jindal-Bells
Jindal  I say, “Nay”
Oh how dull it is to be the Guv’nor of LA

Hey, Jindal-Bells, Jindal-Bells
Can Bobby come to play?
He looks like a nine year old out playing in the hay

(musical interlude)

A month or two ago
While climbing in a tree
Bobby was surprised
By the G.O.P.

They said they needed him
And not that Sarah P.
To replenish all their hopes and dreams
As their next nominee

Oh, Jindal-Bells, Jindal-Bells
Jindal  I say, “Nay”
Oh how dull it is to be the Guv’nor of LA

Hey, Jindal-Bells, Jindal-Bells
Can Bobby come to play?
He looks like a nine year old out playing in the hay

(musical interlude)

Bobby then replied (bobby then replied)
What about Romney? (what about romney)
He’s too on our side (he’s too on our side)
And much smarter than me (ha, ha, ha)

Then there’s Newt Gingrich (then there’s newt Gingrich)
And good old Huckabee (and good old Huckabee)
Let’s not forget that other bitch
The Texan, Kay Bailey

Oh, Jindal-Bells, Jindal-Bells
Jindal  I say, “Nay”
Oh how dull it is to be the Guv’nor of LA

Hey, Jindal-Bells, Jindal-Bells
Can Bobby come to play?
He looks like a nine year old out play-ing in the hay!

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Posted on December 12, 2009, in Bobby Jindal, Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Republican, Sarah Palin, Songs and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I’m beginning to wonder if you need a special type of lobotomy to be a R politician. Glad he doesn’t need to be on milk cartons, though. Nice job on the post.

  2. Cash for clunkers

    Jindal should thank his lucky stars! His child-like Howdy Doody speech (a blessing in disguise if there ever was one) spared him from the teabagger buzz saw currently scouring the Republican ranks.

    Fortunately, Rep Cao paved the way (not literally): the Louisiana swamps are the perfect refuge for any Republican who actually wants to help his constituents. Laissez les bons temps rouler!

  3. Just read/”sang” (to the best of my ability) these 12 Days songs to my family before dinner tonight, and you’ve wowed all of them also, too.

    Bravo from this coast.

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