‘The Day Democracy Died’ (Founding Fathers Music Video)

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7 COMMENTS

  1. So long and thanks for all the fish.
    But, Taylor and Simon without Colbert would be more better,. Denver and Elliot are perhaps the best, because actually the theme is loyalty and not leaving. It’s a feminine song, that reminds soldiers, that we don’t leave people behind like the Evangelicals want to do. The Maya has a prophecy, not one or two or three will be left behind. It’s tedious, but we have to bring the dumb people too. They are the children of the illusion.
    Screw the space people, they have something else to do. They must lose their bond to do it, and the rest of us can’t. They will need to know we have it.

  2. Love it -and i am not American. You get a tune and lyric in your head and that one has been there for a couple of days. Granted I had to check and it was Don McLean and not Springsteen. Clearly ‘we’ are all a lot older but the music and the original lyrics still work.

  3. Nice musical nostalgic walk back in time with the exception of the glaring jolts of “They Live” reality produced by the interspersed photos of the Zionist “King” (cringe…..).
    Have to vote my favorite Number 1: “The Day Democracy Died”
    Laughter is the cure.