Friday, April 28, 2006

I'm The Decider: Koo-Koo-Ka-Choo

Paul Hipp, well-advisedly photographed such as the "morans" will have a hard time identifying him.

The very best part about having one's own blog, besides the personal gratification to be had from countering in a very small way bigger, more organized bully pulpits, is the joy of finding like-minded souls & new friends.

I sent this BRILLIANT parody song out to my private e-mail list when it first appeared last week, but I've been waiting to get permission to use it on before posting it to the world at large.

It is funny, dead on, very, very funny. Click on the title heading to hear it.

The man behind it, Paul Hipp, reports that the response has been astounding, even if some of it has encouraged him to leave America for countries like Iran or Nepal.

I'm just waiting for the same sort of commentators to find, certain it's just a matter of time.

In the service of the guarantee of free speech, a bedrock principle which Demon Princess is honored to take in the direction this country desperately needs, I, unlike President Bush, will tolerate dissent. My critics should be prepared to defend themselves with weapons more intelligent than the moronic blandishments they've tossed at Paul, however.

No less a personage than Thomas Jefferson said: “Dissent is the highest form of patriotism.”

More about the song, & Paul:

"Thank you for your kind words about the song "I'm The
Decider." I wrote the lyrics and recorded this one during some
down[time] as I put finishing touches on my first album of original music."

"Parody is new to me. I am a songwriter, writing and performing my own stuff, but the response has been so overwhelming and people like you have been so supportive and there is SO MUCH TO SAY that I will definitely be recording some more parodies as events unfold out there in the world and putting them straight out on the Huffington Post."

By all indications, you have a stellar career in the making. Paul. You go!


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