Friday flashback: a Democrat theme song
Upon revisiting this song as it played during a local radio set known as “90s at noon”, it occurred to me that this masterpiece from 1991 is probably one of, if not THE quintessential theme song for liberals. Sure, it’s an enjoyable song if you don’t pay too close attention to the lyrics or if you just take it as satire, but if you make some simple connections, you really start to see how applicable it is. Here’s why:
1) In a more innocent sense, OPP stands for “Other People’s Property.” Even though this song is about infidelity and the more explicit definition, liberals are always after someone else’s property. Just ask one: the tax rate is never high enough as far as they’re concerned.
2) The infidelity and morally bankrupt sexual activity described in this song are cornerstones in modern liberalism. They call it freedom and love, but we know what it really is: an excuse to have low standards.
3) This song describes exactly the kind of culture that liberals like to subsidize.
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