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The Supreme Court may have ruled that the infamous Communications Decency
Act (CDA), which would have censored speech on the Internet, was unconstitutional,
but those sex-and-pornography-crazed politicians who wrote the CDA weren't
discouraged. They just went to work in the next legislative session
and churned out CDA II, the sequel.
While many Netizens oppose any censoring of the Internet, the Vicious
Liberals choose instead to highlight the business opportunities
that censorship would bring in the parody commercial "Earn
Big $$$! Censor the Internet from Home!"
Check out the following samples of parody music from the Vicious
Sing along with recently-divorced and husband-hunting right-wing pundit
Arianna ex-Huffington and celebrate Newt's shutdowns of the federal government
with "The Speaker of the House"
(based on "The Leader of the Pack").
Bob Dole's secret weapon in his 1996 presidential campaign is revealed
in "Jack Kemp, Supply Sider" (based
on "The Witchdoctor", by David Seville and the Chipmunks).
Why, despite their constant expressions of distaste and disgust for the
dirty political dealings that go on in Washington, D.C., do political hopefuls
raise and spend millions of dollars trying to get elected to federal office?
The answer is revealed in "I Love D.C."
(based on "I Love L.A.", by Randy Newman).
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