Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Are you sure Hank really done it this way?

Hank Williams, Jr. has been hitting the campaign trail for the flailing McCain-Palin campaign and decided he was going to rework one of his songs for the occasion. Needless to say, it's comedy gold.

Here are some of my favorite parts that need mentioning:
1. Wearing a football jersey? Really? I think we all know you're the Monday Night Football guy.
2. What's with the random, nonsensical pointing? What does this mean? Constantly he's pointing up, he's pointing down, he's pointing at his ear...huh?
3. Palin has NO rhythm at all.
4. Conservative crowds will cheer anything as long as you hit a few key phrases like "liberal media" and "radical friends." I can't wait until he reworks the MNF song to include phrases about "all my radical friends are here for election night" or something like that.
5. The original song is a playful look at the Williams' "Family Tradition" of abusing drugs and alcohol. Nice.
6. It's great watching him during the two times he forgets the words or starts singing in the wrong spot. Uhh, pretend to talk to that person in the front row! Umm, sit down and strum a few bars of air guitar! No one will notice!
7. Hank Williams, Sr. does not deserve to have his name besmirched by this no-talent ass clown. And I'll bet Hank Williams III is pretty embarrassed himself.

Once again, I can't wait for this election. I'm becoming more and more convinced that this landslide is actually going to happen. Well, unless "McCain-Palin Tradition" catches fire across the land...

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