Most Hilarious Parody Of Democrat Presidential Candidates Ever

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In what has to be one of the most hilarious parodies in the history of parodies a band named Remy took on the Democrat candidates and their promises.

Mocking the free things that the Democrat candidates keep promising, the group sang “All Bob’s Money,” a parody of The Beatles “All My Loving.

“Does adulthood dismay you? Vote me and I’ll pay you You won’t have to grow up it’s true All your bills will be paid.


“Your adulthood delayed. And I’ll give all this money to you. Bob commuted to college For discounted knowledge.

“So large debts he would not accrue. Lived at home, did some chores Now he’ll also pay yours Cuz I’ll give all his money to you.

“All this money You will get from Bob All this money If I get this job. All your work wages risen Your debts all forgiven.

“Your childcare will be paid for too Want free parental leave Just takes one vote for me And I’ll give all this money to you.


“All Bob’s money I will give to you All Bob’s money If I win it’s true .All Bob’s money All Bob’s money All Bob’s money I will give to you.”

Is the parody hilarious?

Watching what some Democrats have been promising to give Americans for free, including non citizens, the parody is accurate.

Democrat presidential candidate and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is doing everything in her power to purchase votes.

The senator has called for reparations for African Americans in the past, something that has been discussed for decades.

She also has called for free healthcare, free daycare, free college and an increase in countless government programs.

Warren is her name, when she is not being referred to as Pocahontas, and purchasing votes of the delusional is her game.

But she has taken into another stratosphere now, calling for what are essentially reparations for married gay couples.

“I’m glad to introduce the Refund Equality Act in the Senate. Our bill ensures legally-married, same-sex couples can claim the tax refunds they earned, but were denied before marriage equality was the law of the land,” she said with a link to an NBC News story on the topic.

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“The federal government forced legally married same-sex couples in Massachusetts to file as individuals and pay more in taxes for almost a decade,” she said in a statement.

“We need to call out that discrimination and to make it right — Congress should pass the Refund Equality Act immediately.”

A report by the Joint Committee on Taxation released Tuesday estimated that taxpayers who were in same-sex marriages prior to the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act in 2013 would be eligible for up to $57 million in refunds. Warren introduced a version of the bill in 2017.

Same-sex couples in nearly 10 states were permitted to legally marry on the state level prior to the Supreme Court’s 2013 United States v. Windsor decision, which struck down the Defense of Marriage Act and permitted these couples to file joint federal tax returns.

At the time, the IRS said same-sex married couples could file amendments to their tax returns for the previous three years — the same amount of time for opposite-sex couples. However, gay couples in several states, including Warren’s home state of Massachusetts, had been legally married for more than three years before the Windsor decision.

Two years to the day after United States v. Windsor, another landmark decision, Obergefell v. Hodges, legalized same-sex marriage across the U.S.

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