Once again conservatives prove that one, they have absolutely no idea how to do comedy. This has to be some of the most god-awful crap I've seen in a long time. And two, that they have all the subtlety of a blow horn when it comes to their over the top, juvenile, racist antics that look like they were targeted for a crowd of fifteen year old boys, or in this case, the crowd at CPAC 2012.
Bright and early Friday morning at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, D.C., a small group of Republicans were treated to perhaps the most bizarre attempt at rap music since “M.C. Rove” took the stage in front of the whole D.C. press corps in 2007.
As part of the entertainment during CPAC’s Red Carpet Blogger Awards on Friday morning, occasional Fox News contributor Steven Crowder and rapping pal Chris Loesch, married to the conservative political analyst Dana Loesch, staged a live performance of their new song, “Mr. America.”
While the actual music video of their conservative jive is graced by some level of production value, their live performance at CPAC unfortunately was not. Read on....
Here's more from Charles Johnson with the response from over at Brietbart's place -- Breitbart Blogger: CPAC Rap Video Wasn’t Racist, They Were Innocently ‘Referencing Their Pants’: