Poetic justice

The Bard of Murdock comments on the curious case of the Georgetown coed who was recruited by the left to take down the Republican party, the Catholic church, western civilization, and Rush Limbaugh, not necessarily in that order:

Coed’s Little Helper

(With apologies to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards)

What a drag it is getting bored.
“Things are different today.”
I hear every coed say
That she can’t afford to pay
For birth control.
And though she’s not really poor,
There should be a coupon for
Girls who run to find the shelter
Of a coed’s little helper,
Which will free her up to play
With her handsome fiancé.

“Boys just aren’t the same today.”
I hear every coed say,
Boys just don’t have money for
Their birth control.
They’re so hard to satisfy,
That a girl just can’t get by
Without money for the shelter
Of a coed’s little helper,
Which will get her through her nights,
Help her exercise her rights.

Doctor, please, I’m on my knees,
I can’t pay for them anymore:
What a drag it is getting bored.

“Life is much too hard today.”
I hear every coed say,
Too much study makes a girl
Into a bore.
So she takes a few of those
And he won’t need to propose,
Cause she’s found the perfect shelter
In her coed’s little helper,
For which Georgetown now will pay:
It’s the Democratic way.

Doctor, please, I’m on my knees,
I can’t pay for them anymore:
What a drag it is getting bored.

One Response to Poetic justice

  1. […] Bob gets all the good stuff. What a drag it is getting bored. “Things are different today.” I hear every coed say That she can’t afford to pay For birth control. And though she’s not really poor, There should be a coupon for Girls who run to find the shelter Of a coed’s little helper, Which will free her up to play With her handsome fiancé. […]

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