Universal Theme Park Show Toasts Obama, Roasts Romney
It seems not even theme parks are immune from the Left's compulsion to use every entertainment outlet possible to get President Barack Obama reelected.
A production currently playing at Universal Orlando Resort, according to a mother of three who attended a recent showing, is like a stage show version of MSNBC.
The park's "Halloween Horror Nights" lineup includes an event dubbed, "Bill & Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure" described as a skewering of "the biggest names in entertainment and pop culture."
Not exactly, according to attendee Marla Knowles.
The show, she reports, "turned into a 40-minute campaign rally for Obama, defaming Romney."
In the show, a black man was dressed up in a suit and sunglasses looking all cool and singing a rap about how he was the first black president. He makes references to gay rights, women's contraception, killing Osama bin Laden, supporting Big Bird and the like. All the while, the crowd was getting pumped up and cheering the entire time. The black man’s “opponent” was a white man talking like a "nerd" and looking all disheveled as he stumbled out saying that he lied in the debate, that he shoves grannies off the cliff. "Oh, I didn't know that women could vote," he even said at one point.
The show, of course, ended with the most popular songs blasting as dancers took to the stage, making it a big, cool Obama party to appeal to the voters.