• Rick Perry’s Anti-Gay Strong Ad Features Music by GAY Composer Aaron Copland

    December 11, 2011 5:09 am 13 comments
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    Governor Rick Perry. Has the posture of an uncomfortably erect penis, does not take kindly to gays.

    “There’s something wrong in this country when gays can serve openly in the military but our kids can’t openly celebrate Christmas or pray in school.”  These words of Rick Perry highlighted the presidential candidate’s anti-gay campaign ad, definitely a play to enamor American Christians who are tired of that danged anti-Christian Obama.

    And in a twist of fate, it looks like Perry’s actions have backfired and are getting him up his Texas roadhouse keister.
    Another whammy was dealed out to Governor Yosemite Sam as it’s revealed that his rootin’, tootin’ message of anti-gay bigotry was played to a catchy background piece inspired by…a gay composer named Aaron Copland.
    We initially caught this in the Harvard Political Review points and it is pretty clear that the music that plays in the background of Perry’s ad is inspired by or directly taken from Aaron Copland, a gay composer.

    To make things even more fun, Aaron Copland was not only gay, but he was a Jew.  And not only was Aaron Copland a gay Jew, but he was a communist.  So in his big last attempt to get an audience, Rick Perry introduce the world to music composed by a gay Jew commie pinko.  Maybe subconciously, Rick Perry wants a friendly polska kielsba traversing his Texan wastelands.

    The ad rapidly became the second-most “disliked” video on YouTube. Just to clarify: the hundreds of thousands of people hate Rick Perry, not Aaron Copland.

    Listen to the similarities here: Perry/Copland

     

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