in the catholic ghetto, born and raised
at the playground is where I bullied most of the gays
relaxin chillaxin communion all cool
oppressing some minorities outside the school
when a couple of gays believed that they could
believed they could get married in my neighborhood
I said that they can’t and the world got mad
I told them i’d be the best president they’d ever had
LOOK AT YOUR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE
NOW LOOK AT ME
NOW BACK AT YOUR CANDIDATE
NOW BACK TO ME
SADLY, YOUR CANDIDATE IS NOT ME
BUT IF HE HAD A BRAIN, HE MIGHT NOT BE A TREMENDOUS DOUCHEBAG
LOOK IN YOUR HAND
LOOK BACK UP
I HAVE IT
IT’S RIGHTS FOR EVERYONE, NOT JUST RICH WHITE CHRISTIAN MEN
THE RIGHTS ARE NOW LAWS
Can we just… look at this paragraph. Right here. This paragraph.
“Indeed, if anyone had a shot at the Katniss role, it would be Santorum: the scrappy underdog who entered the arena heavily outgunned and wound up charming the audience with his passion, ingenuity, and fierce will to survive. This is precisely the sort of inspirational, irresistible against-all-odds victory from which blockbuster fiction is made.”
Rick Santorum is not Katniss Everdeen.
Katniss Everdeen is a young woman brave enough to volunteer for her sister in a fight to the death she doesn’t expect to survive. She’s a flawed individual who knows her own shortcomings but also her strengths, and she is an individual who, despite those shortcomings, steps up into the role of The Mockingjay and helps to overthrow the oppressive Capitol to create equality throughout Panem.
Rick Santorum is a racist, sexist, and homophobic man who believes in (the unconstitutional) fusion of church and state, and who wants to pass laws limiting the rights of anyone who is not a cisgendered white male like himself.
If you still support his ass, I’m going to pray for you or something.
I’m trying to think if there was anything else he might have been trying to say, but I can’t come up with anything. Wow.