I don’t want to grow up, I’m a Toys’ R Us kid.
There’s a million toys at Toys ‘R Us that I can play with!
From bikes, to trains, to video games, It’s the biggest toy store there is!
Gee whiz! I don’t want to grow up, cuz baby if I did,
I wouldn’t be a Toys ‘R Us kid! ©
In reading last week’s article by Charles P. Pierce on Sarah Palin, there was one salient point he made about her that tends to characterize much of what passes for acceptable adult behavior today. Following her elementary school theatrics on the CPAC dais, Pierce gave the following description of the woman who might have been Vice-President as a result of a John McCain senior moment.
“She is the living representation of the infantilization of American politics, a poisonous Grimm Sister telling toxic fairy tales to audiences drunk on fear, and hate and nonsense.”