(Diaper)Dave Vitter Dissed By Bobby Jindal(Bells)

Louisiana's Gov. Bobby Jindal(Bells) and Sen. (Diaper)Dave Vitter

The most crooked political party in one of the crookedest states in the Union has a genuine case of infighting. CNN reports that Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal(Bells) has finally answered a questioned asked of him for months: Will he endorse embattled Republican Sen. (Diaper)David Vitter’s reelection bid? Jindal’s answer is “no”. He told local television station WDSU that, “Voters can make up their own minds”.

Jindal added he doesn’t like to get involved in federal races, though the station reports he has backed federal-office seekers in the past.

Jindal’s rejection of Vitter exacerbates the problems that have arisen from reports in 2007 that the married Senator was involved with a Washington, DC prostitute (while he was wearing diapers) and revelations earlier this year that a high-ranking staffer who’s position was to oversee “women’s issues” was permitted to stay on the job after being convicted of domestic abuse charges involving the stabbing of a female.

It is always most enjoyable to watch Republicans eat their own.

Please remember to click on the song links below to familiarize yourselves with both of the tunes and to have more fun singing along with today’s duo of song parodies.

Getting Better song link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jk0dBZ1meio

DAVID VITTER

(sung to the Beatles song “Getting Better”)

It’s David Vitter all the time
That David Vitter is a fool (only half a brain)
His hookers tell him that he’s cool (as they drain the vein)
Just like Scottie Brown (oh,oh)
Trousers are down (oh, oh)
Vitter just stutters and drools (Oooh)

You’ve got to admit that David Vitter (Vitter)
Wears baby diapers all the time (it can’t get no worse)
You’ve got to admit that David Vitter (Vitter)
That David Vitter
Just loves vice crimes

A useless and angry young man
Dave’s now universally panned
Let’s give him the bird, that obnoxious turd
Let’s give it to him with both hands

You’ve got to admit that David Vitter (Vitter)
Wears baby diapers all the time (it can’t get no worse)
You’ve got to admit that David Vitter (Vitter)
That David Vitter
Just loves vice crimes

We know David Vitter crawls in slime

Wears baby diapers all the time
Vitter, Vitter, Vitter
He leads a secret life of crime
Vitter, Vitter, Vitter

Dave loves to be cruel to his woman
He cheats and he spends all his time with the hookers he loves
Vitter is mean and he’s oh so obscene
Just like all those Republican men (ooh)

Just admit it David Vitter
You’re an offender all the time (you can’t get no worse)
Please just admit it David Vitter, your baby sitter
She dropped a dime

We know David Vitter crawls in slime

Wears baby diapers all the time
Vitter, Vitter, Vitter
He leads a secret life of crime
Vitter, Vitter, Vitter

We know David Vitter crawls in slime

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!

Advertisements

Posted on September 8, 2010, in Bobby Jindal, David Vitter, Republican, Songs and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Go your own way

    Sen. Coburn was the first out of the gates in the “restoring honor” sweepstakes, complaining that Newt Gingrich “is the last person I’d vote for for president of the U.S.” because he “doesn’t know anything about commitment to marriage,” referring to the fact that Gingrich has committed adultery and been married three times.

    No comment yet from Coburn’s BFF, Sen. Ensign!

  2. A two-fer today – excellent job on the lyrics as always! Jindal will never recover from the speech he gave channeling Kenneth The Page from 30 Rock. A defining moment, as was Sarah’s interview with Katie.

    • Who counts the votes, though?
      Due to the mysterious fire that destroyed all the voting machines for Houston, there is talk of voter suppression in the very city that the Democratic Governor Candidate, the former Houston Mayor, represented. I’ve gotten to the point where I’ve lost faith in our legal system, starting with Alberto Gonzales and Harriet Miers, the Kelo eminent domain and Citizens United cases. Don’t get me started on our Congress and the buying political offices like eMeg Whitman for Governor of CA.

  3. BTW, BigPete and Pat in MA, please don’t disappear. I look forward to hearing what you have to say in addition to lynnrockets’ commentary and songs.

    • no worries nswfm, I have yet to find a cure for my PDS (Palin Derangement Syndrome), in addition to this site, I visit and occasionally post at Mudflats, & Immoral Minority also, too.

  4. Oh no, I just caught up with lynnrockets’ farewell post (!?!?!) Selfishly, I hope it was the libations consumed at the pub that were doing the talking, but realistically I can understand the burnout, as well as picturesque New England scenes that can send your soul searching and whisk you away from the noise and nonsense. At the most stressful times in my life, and thankfully they have been few, a trip to a nearby beach no matter the season never failed to soothe.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: