Parody’s power trumps the mighty one



“Power can be hoarded by the mighty or stolen from the innocent. Power provides the ability to choose. But has a proclivity for corruption. The use of power is not to be taken lightly, for it is never without consequence.” Emily Thorne

A D D I N G   C L A R I T Y   T O   C O N C E N S U S

Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel had the right tune for the movie “The Graduate” a number of years ago about a recent university student who was” a little concerned about his future”. The movie theme and the music fit wonderfully well together.

In this day and age a new type of newbie graduate and his politically unsavory cohorts are infecting the Oval Office with their own brand of laissez-faire bravado, ignorance and indifference.

To honor such ineptness the above ballad attempts to expose the bloated emperor’s lack of clothing and understanding in the real and not fake world.   —  gc


Editorial Note:

I would like to thank Patricia Cox for sending me the link to this You Tube site.  🙂



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Quote of the week: The Bhagavad-Gita calls on humanity to dedicate body, mind and soul to pure duty and not to become mental voluptuaries at the mercy of random desires and undisciplined impulses. -- Mahatma Gandhi

10 Comments on Parody’s power trumps the mighty one

  1. Always loved this ballad.What a shame Mr T doesn’t take heed from the original title.


    • I don’t think Mr. T is a music lover Susan. He is too busy listening to all the rhetoric rambling round his brain. At least Susan you offered the slim hope he listens to anyone else. Thanks for your comment. 🙂


  2. Reblogged this on that little voice and commented:
    This is toooo clever.


  3. Great video. I’ve reblogged it.


  4. You’re welcome Gerry! Your words describe this funny parody so well. Good job! 😃


  5. This is brilliant!


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