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The Ballad of Carlos Danger…

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In the middle of the night when his wife has retired
prowls a disgraced politician whom we once admired
With his long wooden pipe,
fuzzy, woolly palms
he trolls the Internet and everybody knows him

Carlos (Carlos)
Carlos Danger
He’s only three feet tall
Carlos (Carlos)
Carlos Danger
The bravest little flasher of them all

Now Internet predators are creeps you know
They don’t like to hurry and they take things slow
They don’t like to travel away from home
They just want to expose themselves and be left alone
But one day Carlos decided to go
on a big adventure to the city he knows
to help the Democrats get back the mayorship
that was stolen by Giuliani in the days of old

Carlos (Carlos)
Carlos Danger
The bravest little flasher of them all

Now his poll numbers have sunk and he might have to retire
that disgraced politician we all used to admire
just sittin’ alone as his campaign hopes ebb
flashing his pipe on the World Wide Web

Carlos (Carlos)
Carlos Danger
He’s only three feet tall
Carlos (Carlos)
Carlos Danger
The bravest little flasher of them all
 
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Weiner Setback…

Reuters reports that Anthony Weiner’s sideline as an amateur porn star has not been good for his mayoral campaign:

New disclosures of explicitly sexual online chats have cost former Congressman Anthony Weiner the lead in the New York City mayor’s race and helped City Council Speaker Christine Quinn pull ahead among Democratic voters, according to a poll released on Thursday.

Quinn is openly gay, so perhaps New York is so sick of Weiner’s penis, they not only prefer a female candidate but one for whom any possible sex scandal will not involve a penis in any capacity.

However, it is still possible for Weiner to win the primary but only if he legally changes his name to Carlos Danger. Who wouldn’t vote for that guy?

 
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