Tuesday, April 29, 2014

New Rick Bryan Campaign Theme Song

Dear fellow tax hikers, in light of the recent discovery that Rick Bryan and his friends have been taking taxpayer-funded German Junkets courtesy of Blue Ash taxpayers, we believe it is time to change the theme song for the Rick Bryan for State Representative campaign.  We are very, very proud of High Flyin' Rick Bryan and his Council Comrades for consuming over $200,000 of Blue Ash taxpayer funds so that they vacation in style.

We were previously using the song from Mr. Ed as the Bryan campaign theme song, in honor of Ricky Baby's work to force a disabled girl to give up her service miniature horse.  But that's old news, as thanks to Ricky's great work the handicapped in Blue Ash have learned their place.

With that, to honor High Flyin' Rick Bryan's European Vacations, we introduce to you the new Rick Bryan campaign theme song.  We think you're going to love it.  And Clark W. Griswold will too.


Mrs. Ellen Griswold said...

Hey don't you compare MY husband to Ricky Bryan. We didn't take any taxpayer funds when we traveled to Europe.

Typical Rick Bryan supporter said...

Who is that young man Lindsey Buckingham? That no-talent hack will never amount to anything.

Voice of Experience said...

But look at all the return investment these trips generated. Those obstinate Tea Partiers who support young Jonathan just don't understand how to govern.


Eighties Pop Fan said...

Why stop with one song? How about an ENTIRE ALBUM for Ricky Baby?

"Rock Me Amadeus" by Falco

"Jet Airliner" by Steve Miller Band

"Der Komissar" by After The Fire

"Leavin On A Jet Plane" by Peter, Paul and Mary

"99 Luftballoons" by Nena (Ricky Baby will appreciate this in the original german)

So that's 6 more. Let's hear about some others.

28th District resident said...

I'd rather have Clark W. Griswold represent me in the State House than Tricky Ricky Bryan. Clark may be a dufus but at least his heart is in the right place. Ricky is a terrible official.

Cryztal Faulkner said...

Speaking of vacations, I must be on one because I have still not responded to my opponent's debate challenge made over a week ago. Too afraid to face a challenge in my home town, but just trust me, I'll stand up for you in Columbus. Teeheehee!

Randy Simes said...

Hey, if I can vote for Roxanne Qualls from Kora, surely some of these Germans can vote for Rick Bryan, right?

Judge Ghizzy said...

How come I never get to go on any !&@*% taxpayer funded vacations? I'll tell you !&@*% why, it's because the !&@*% Republican Party !&@*% hates women, that's !&@*% why!!!!!

Gordon Gee said...

Not that I'd ever want to spend a week around a bunch of Krauts, but I suppose there are worse places than Germany to conduct one of these Sister City exchanges.

For example, I couldn't imagine being stuck in Poland for 7 days. You know why they don't have ice in Poland? Because the Polack who invented the formula forgot to write it down before he died.

And just try to picture this exchange program being in Italy, where I'd be surrounded by those DAMN CATHOLICS for a whole week. I mean, they're ok on Sunday but they're holy hell the rest of the week. If little Mikey Kamrass was a damn Catholic I'd have never given him $2500.

Alex T Mall Cop GOP said...

Wouldn't it be funny if, for the first time in six years, I actually took a seat back from my good friend Tim Burke?

Crystal said...

I hope after Rick's elected I will be able to buy access to his office. You gots to pay to play people!

Look, I made a pun. Pay to play. Pay to play people. Play people. Get it? I am so funny I crack myself up.