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Happy 235th anniversary of the day the world turned upside down. Have a thankful, inspired Independence Day and be careful out there, y'all.

Comments (21)

Mr. Michael:

I'll hum a few bars, and you can wing it:

Mmm-mmm-mmm, Barack Hussien Obama! (play it, boys!) Mmm-mmm-mmm...


Tough to follow MR. MICHAEL & JOHN (whether he was aware of it or not, "The World Turned Upside Down" is a song from the 17th century protesting English Parliament)--but here's the best I can do:

"It's called Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo Guoge, & you have to play it before you know what it's about. Can either one of you double on the erhu?"

James Roemke:

There's a new song, boys.

John Cox:


Tom Wms.:

Here's the NEW National Anthem. It's more upbeat and the Islamic Brotherhood approves!

Tom Wms.:

Tag this to me previous: "Oh, by the way, you'll have to get rid of those silly costumes. They're offensive to our new friends."


Just play Yankee Doodle in reverse. It's good to be the King!

John Cox:



John C.

From the last thread. Ok..I've just been out of town a lot lately and haven't been able to post on some week old stuff. That's fine with me. Will try to get on when I can. That's why I've been a little scarce lately.


...And that's exactly how that guy Feels. He hates our "negative" constitution that protects INDIVIDUALS from our government instead of declaring what our GOV CAN DO FOR YOU...he's even said so but but you can't find it anymore because it's been scrubbed by the State Run Media and U-TUBE.

I recently saved this and i also hope my pals enjoy.

Dr. Bob:

Sorry, John - this one isn't funny to me. It hits too close to home - this self-aggrandizing thuggish President who has trashed the Constitution at will demanding freedom-loving Americans do his bidding.

As one American exercising his constitutional rights and responsibilities, I'm not EVER playing Obama's tune.

I'd suggest what the patriots in the toon should do with their drum-sticks and fife, but the Feds might come after me if I did.

Regime change - January 20, 2013

Yeah not so easy task but a determined one never looses hope…And also if he/she can find the right way or ways from an expert hand…then nothing matters.


Does this look like the theme from the Mickey Mouse Club? Huh? This is what you are supposed to play. "Hail to the Emperor".

THIS is more like it.
"Everybody say freedom, you haven't seen freedom, if you haven't been in here"
A little broken English,and kind of an annoying tune, but it sounds like a sincere ballad to America.
I love the fresh patriotism of immigrants. Gives me hope for America


"Never mind who Darth Vader is. Just play it."


"It's called The Declaration of Dependence. I just took the old Declaration & marked out everything except 'Government shall dictate a long train of abuses and usurpations under absolute Despotism in an establishment of Tyranny over these States'."

Ed B:

"I'm paying the piper, I'm calling the tune. What's so hard to understand about that?"


'It's a little ditty I wrote called:
"My Country, 'Tis of Me," '


Who's the Leader of the flub,
that's made by you nor me,
Bee Aey Arr, Arr Aey Kay,
Oh Bee Aey Emm Aey.

Hey, there,
Hope, there,
Change, there,
I'm Transparent, don't you see?

Bee Aey Arr, Arr Aey Kay,
Oh Bee Aey Emm Aey.
B'rak Obamm,
B'rak Obamm,
Forever let us hold our banners Hi, Hi, Hi,

Come along and sing along
And join our familee...

Bee, Aey, Arrr...
Are you all with me?
Arr, Aey, Kay....
'kay, let's all vote for me...

Oh, Bee, Aey, Em, Aey!

John Cox:


Well done, sir. Very creative!


John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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