Atlanta lesbians sing mockery of Romney, rape

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Because really, how far can you go singing about chicken-eating bigots? So Atlanta lesbian couple Bria Kam and Chrissy Chambers have broadened their set list to take on Mitt Romney, rape, abortion, Paul Ryan, taxes and getting elected.

The couple launched their climb to YouTube notoriety in early August with “Dear Chick-fil-A,” which put their dislike of the Atlanta company to song. They’ve since belted out tunes about the Muppets, “legitimate rape” and politics. Their mockusong about the GOP convention, “Someone Gets to Be a Dad,” was posted on Tuesday.

Chorus: Now we’re doing everything we can, to get abortion banned. Now we need to take a stand, girls today are out of hand. (I really hope Paul Ryan doesn’t say) Rape is bad, but at least someone gets to be a dad.?

Stay put until 1:10 in the video for some imagery that may not be safe for tender gay boy eyes.


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