As sure as private citizen Barack Hussein Obama will lap up all credit should Brigette Marie-Claude Macron’s little boy Emmanuel win France’s presidential election, pigs really do fly.
Pigs don’t only fly these days, they sing while in fanciful flight. And the song they sing is “Na na na na, na na na na, hey hey hey, goodbye,” like when they sang off-key in unison as the health care bill crossed the finish line with the 216 votes needed to pass yesterday.
…’All together now, one two, three. Nancy, don’t try to be the loudest voice heard. Leave space for someone more, well, up-and-coming!’
“The No. 1 song from 1969 by the group Steam is a standard anthem at sporting events — the Democrats made up for in enthusiasm. Their voices echoed throughout the House chamber, loud enough to be heard on a live feed on C-Span and even overpowering some celebrations by Republicans. (NYT, May 4, 2017)
Wow! —- just proved that Democrats can out-screech everyone else in song, a melodramatic opera of the absurd.
Their 1969 signature song is where most Democrats remain, stuck in 1969, the year hippy-dippies began leading the societal choir out in left field.
The further we get away from Election Night, the deeper the ‘progressives’ go wandering off into the muddy fields of the unhinged.
“Misogyny!” is their cattle call and that’s how they lure lost herds to come stampeding to their ever-hurtin’ cause.
Pigs soar sky-high in the Windy City.
Still smarting from the mainstream media’s off-base “when-pigs-fly” predictions that Donald Trump would never be elected president, snowflake-laced progs remain steadfast in stubborn denial.
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