Nude Dude, Scottie Brown

Republican Senator Scott Brown relaxes in his office.

Like Sarah Palin, newly elected Republican Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown seems to have a knack for injecting himself into every national news cycle despite the fact that he has had absolutely no effect on any policy or legislation since he took office in January. Indeed, the Tea Party’s newest poster child has only cast one Senate vote that has had any impact at all. That vote, to the dismay of conservatives, Republicans and Tea-Baggers all, was the vote he cast in favor of one of the Democratic majority’s job bills which in turn allowed Democrats to label the law as bipartisan.

“Mr. 41” campaigned solely on the issue that he “would not be the 60th vote in favor of health care reform, but the 41st vote against it”. Unfortunately for Brown, he was outmaneuvered by the Democrats and he never had the opportunity to cast that 41st vote. This week the G.O.P. is using the clothing challenged Brown as the key person in their “Repeal and Replace” campaign against the recently enacted health care reform law. Brown’s Utopian dream is to repeal the enacted law and replace it with Republican alternatives such as cross-state insurance purchases and massive tort reform.

The “Repeal and Replace” plan is a pipe dream at best, however. In order to effectuate such a plan, the Republicans would require massive majorities in both the House and Senate so as to pass their repeal. Remember, the G.O.P. has stated publicly while obstructing progress, that the new norm is to have 60 votes to pass legislation in the Senate. That would mean that they would have to pick up 19 Senate seats in the 2010 midterm elections in order to avoid the Democratic party filibuster. They are sure to pick up seats, but not 19. Moreover, even if they managed to acquire a 60 seat Senate majority, their repeal law would surely be vetoed by President Obama. Thereafter, in order to override the veto, the Republicans would require 67 Senate votes. So G.O.P. as Tony Soprano would say, “Fagetta Bout it”.

Getting back to Scott Brown, it was interesting to note that his name surfaced on both Face The Nation and Meet The Press on Easter Sunday morn. On both shows he was touted as the new star of the Republican/Tea-Party. In each instance he was also deemed as surpassing Sarah Palin in terms of both credibility and effectiveness. Palin was denigrated by the pundits for both her lack of standing inasmuch as she holds no elective office and for a lack of seriousness resulting from her new reality show status. Indeed, Sarah Palin has morphed into exactly the type of Paris Hilton/Britney Spears no-substance, lightweight celebrity that she and John McCain once accused Barack Obama of being. The pundits all agreed however, that it would not be surprising to see Scott Brown as the next Republican nominee for Vice President. Let’s hope he is. The Democrats and bloggers would have a blast repeatedly posting the now infamous naked centerfold spread.

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 topical song parody. Enjoy!

Bad, Bad Leroy Brown song link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ooq3JbWbdjk

NUDE, DUDE, SCOTTIE BROWN

(sung to the Jim Croce song “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown”)

Well its nuthin’ like Chicago
We’re talkin’ ‘bout Boston Town
And if you like men bare
You’re gonna love it there
With Senator Scottie Brown

Now Scottie’s talkin’ double
He loved the Mass. health reform law
He voted for it like the flip-flopping Guvnor
Yet now he has declared war

And he’s nude, dude Scottie Brown
The nudist man in the whole damn town
On the issues he’s wrong
He won’t be in office long

Now Scottie he’s in NAMBLA
And he likes to strip his clothes
And he shows the world his private things
Most everywhere he goes
His senate seat is just a rental
Leased by the Tea Party crew
He better have some fun cuz he’s soon to be done
Massachusetts is too damn Blue

And he’s nude, dude Scottie Brown
The nudist man in the whole damn town
On the issues he’s wrong
He won’t be in office long

Well Friday ‘bout a week ago
Scottie was not nice
He just shouted near and far
About all the horrors
Of health care and the price
Well he blasted dear Obama
That’s when Brown’s trouble began
Scottie Brown learned a lesson
‘Bout messin’ with the likes of a smarter man

And he’s nude, dude Scottie Brown
The nudist man in the whole damn town
On the issues he’s wrong
He won’t be in office long

You see, Scott Brown needs enlightening
He don’t give a damn ‘bout the poor
Scottie Brown’s big mouth should be muzzled
As he’s voted off of the floor

And he’s nude, dude Scottie Brown
The nudist man in the whole damn town
On the issues he’s wrong
He won’t be in office long

And he’s nude, dude Scottie Brown
The nudist man in the whole damn town
On the issues he’s wrong
He won’t be in office long

Yeah, on the issues he’s wrong
He won’t be in office long

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Posted on April 5, 2010, in Scott Brown, Songs and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. You and your song writing ability are simply amazing.

  2. Naked ambition

    Who isn’t more credible and effective than Palin? Right now, Pox are probably wishing they’d hired Vanna White!

    Besides, the GOP’s “New and Improved” re-branding (Palin as Hillary and Steele as President Obama) hasn’t paid dividends. Republicans are going back to basics-rich white guys-and Romney is the perfect candidate to “improve” the healthcare bill.

    Brown should avoid the VP slot and keep that truck running!

  3. lynnrockets continues to amaze! and now I can replace ‘Sweet Caroline’ that’s been stuck in my head since Neil Diamond sang it last night at the Sox game (campy but still pretty cool to see the fans singing along, not to mention we won the game..) and here’s to “he won’t be in office long”

  4. “Clothing-challenged”. Fits perfectly.

  5. looks like no fear to be at the office naked. got any others?

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