Lifetime Democrat and far-left advocate Linda Ronstadt threw her support behind that party’s nominee Thursday, according to the singer’s agent. Ms Ronstadt donated her Top 40 hit “Poor, Poor Pitiful Me” to the campaign which immediately adopted it as its theme song.
“The lyrics to Ms Ronstadt’s song perfectly embody what the Democrat party is all about,” said campaign spokesperson Simon bar Sinister. “The line ‘Woe, woe is me!; really speaks to all Americans,” he continued.
These thoughts were echoed by The Chosen One himself, when he said, “‘Poor, poor pitiful us’ encapsulates all that is wrong with America. Sure, I’m doing OK, and most of the people I know are doing fine, but there’s a lot of hurt out there—or so I’ve heard. We want people to really feel sorry for themselves, and this song helps tremendously with that goal. The only way that people can be happy is if the government takes care of them. If I take care of them.”
Sinister agreed saying, “The ‘man’ spoken of in the song who ‘really worked me over good’ was clearly George Bush. It’s astonishing Linda would have seen Bush coming so long ago.”
The song is attached below for your enjoyment.