10/20/2010 12:37 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Frosty the 'No' Man Is a Cold GOP Guy

Here's a song about today's typical Republican called "Frosty the 'No' Man." That's "Frosty" as in mostly white, "No" as in obstructing any vaguely progressive program Democrats try to pass, and "Man" as in majority male.

Frosty the "No" Man was a governing black hole
With a Boehner cig and no Wall Street foes
And a heart made of white coal

Frosty the "No" Man is a scary male they say
He's quite pious, with a "birther" bias
Where was Barack born that day?

There must have been "Big Money" in
That old silk hat "No" found
For when he placed it on his head
Real health reform ran aground

Oh! Frosty the "No" Man is now live on Fox TV
Where he can bray, "End unemployment pay,
But don't tax rich folk like me"

Frosty the "No" Man says the sun is not that hot
"Al Gore was wrong," he just sang in this song
"Climate change ain't what we got"

Down to the village with a broomstick in his hand
Whackin' gays and mosques up and down the blocks
"Values" votes are in the can

He ran on down the streets of town
Right to the Party, Tea
And knew he found a soul mate for
His beloved GOP

But Frosty the "No" Man couldn't hurry on his way
"Climate change is real," he began to squeal
As he melted down that day