Thursday, January 29, 2009


The moron who gave us "Barack the Magic Negro," also wrote a second song entitled "The Star Spanglish Banner." While neither song has lyrics that are overtly racist (below) they've both been co opted by hatemongers. For instance, there's a Jewish white-supremacist I know who is fond of humming the song about Barack. When questioned, it becomes clear he doesn't know what the song is about: to him its just a cute little racist ditty, suitable for huming to amuse his fellow bigots and haters. Now, I see from CA, that Jew haters are making use of the "The Star Spanglish Banner." See what pops up 14 seconds into this video

Barack the Magic Negro
PAUL SHANKLIN (Al Sharpton impersonator):
Barack the Magic Negro lives in D.C.
The L.A. Times, they called him that 'Cause he's not authentic like me.
Yeah, the guy from the L.A. paper
Said he makes guilty whites feel good
They'll vote for him, and not for me'
Cause he's not from the hood.
Song continues in this unfunny vein for much too long

The Star Spanglish Banner
Jose can you see
By the dawn's early light
Cross the border we sailed
As the Gringos were sleeping

What broad stripes and bright stars
We like red, green, and white
On the day that we marched
We were gallantly screaming

And the rally was where
We waved flags in the air
As proof in daylight
That our flag was not theirs

Jose does that star spangled banner yet wave
For the land of weak knees
In DC, no one's free

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