At an Obama campaign event in Parma, Ohio, Springsteen premiered his new song, “Forward and Away We Go.” He joked that it had been commissioned by the president himself, but these lyrics could be considered an impeachable offense.
This can't be real. But 'tis: We kissed & I said it’s a hell of a state. [Forward]/We made love, but it wasn’t so great http://t.co/eZj7JLqy
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) October 18, 2012
Oh yes. It’s real, all right. But it is most definitely not spectacular.
The mockage was swift and wonderful:
— Prefixmag (@prefixmag) October 19, 2012
— Missy (@ShowMe912ers) October 19, 2012
— The AV Club (@TheAVClub) October 19, 2012
— Babs (@GadsdenBabs) October 19, 2012
Anymore? It was never easy to begin with.
Ah Poor Bruce Springsteen, Singing another miserable song….That all he know how to sing. I See why he Love Obama so Much.
— Ambi Nwoke (@AmbiNwoke1) October 19, 2012
Mr. Springsteen, with all due respect stick to music. You are a moron when it comes to politics….
— stevekotulak (@sbkfig) October 19, 2012
If that song is any indication of the current status of his musical talents, he might want to consider giving up the music, too.
Springsteen needs to give up his day job.
— Shep (@Shep_Brian) October 19, 2012
Don't drool, Bruce! Bruce Springsteen sings his Obama campaign song: http://t.co/m0q25naZ
— Neely (@NBJT74) October 19, 2012
@michellemalkin If Bruce Springsteen is the "Boss" I quit !
— Jay (@jay6018) October 19, 2012
— Pete (@apprazer54) October 18, 2012
He’s got no rhythm, makes lousy music … Bruce, we beg you: don’t sing anything more.
Surprise move, Bruce Springsteen changes the name of every girl in his songs to Barack Obama so B-Man strap your hands across these engines!
— Dustin Meadows (@dustinmeadows) October 19, 2012
Just wait. It’s only a matter of time.
For his part, Springsteen couldn’t’ve been more pleased with himself:
— Bruce Springsteen (@springsteen) October 18, 2012
Springsteen loves Obama because he finally made America as depressing as his songs.
— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) October 18, 2012