“Four dead because of Obamo”

The blogger Vlad Tepes in Canada has posted a song about the Benghazi attack, entitled “Obamo.” It’s a take-off on the 1970 Neil Young song, “Ohio.” The original is about the shooting of four student protesters by National Guard soldiers on the campus of Kent State University in May 1970. (Note: what you will not learn anywhere in the MSM is that the students were not innocent protesters simply gunned down for being protesters. They were a violent mob and they were threatening and rushing the soldiers until the latter opened fire).

The lyrics of the original:

Tin soldiers and Nixon’s coming
We’re finally on our own
This summer I hear the drumming
Four dead in Ohio. [pronounced Oh-high-oh]

Gotta get down to it
Soldiers are gunning us down
Shoulda been done long ago.
What would do if you
Found her dead on the ground?
How can you run when you know?

Here’s a slow and rather dreary live solo performance of the song from 1971.

The take-off, which has a full band, imitates the much more energetic and exciting original recorded version:

Benghazi, and al Qaeda’s drumming
Our consulate’s on its own
We warned, “Al Qaeda’s coming.”
Four dead ‘cause of Obamo [pronounced “Oh-bam-Oh”].

Gotta get down to it
Qaeda’s gunning us down
Should’ve had SEALs long ago.
What if you knew Chris
And found him dead on the ground?
How can you run when you know?

Since it’s likely the YouTube will be taken down soon, anyone who knows how to make a copy of a YouTube might want to do so.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 26, 2012 11:56 AM | Send

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