The Other McCain

"One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up." — Arthur Koestler

“Sometimes When We Torch” #ALSharptonHitSongs H/T @N_Fatale

Posted on | July 15, 2013 | 36 Comments

by Smitty

You ask me if I love glue
And, sniffing, I reply
I’d rather hurt you verbally
Than just, I don’t know, maybe flatten you with a railroad tie.

For who are you to judge me
In what I say or do
I’m only just beginning
To pile propaganda and false accusations upon bigoted creeps like you.

And sometimes when we torch
I say “Resist we much!”
And I have to close my eyes
(Can’t rhyme)
I want to scold you ’til I die
Little racist! Now you cry!
I want to scold you, ’til the jeer in me subsides.

Racism’s an honest strategy
Chasing grappa with Blender’s Pride
But through years of insobriety
Some liver still survives
I’m just another poser
Whitening my tooth
Unhesitant race-baiter
Busy hiding truth


I was going to work on the third verse, but my Y chromosomes screamed ENOUGH