At long last, Democrats have a real celebrity: Bowzer from Sha Na Na

Do you ever lie awake at night and think “huh, I wonder what happened to Bowzer from Sha Na Na?” And then you toss and turn for a few hours because you can’t for the life of you remember if it’s “Bowzer” or “Bowser?” Is that just us? Huh. Well, wonder no more, because we now know that Bowzer is using that still ridiculously deep voice for good by singing re-written Christmas carols that mock Republicans.

Democrats are taking a holiday-themed hit at Republicans with the release of a new song: “The Twelve Days of Congress.” […]

According to the song, on various days of Congress, “Republicans gave the rich” policies ranging from “jobs shipped overseas” to “health care repeals” to “government shutdowns” to “a big oil subsidy.”

The song is sung by a quartet led by the singer Bowzer, from the band Sha Na Na.

“Twelve Days of Christmas” is of course the worst of all songs to do for “comedy,” as Mike Huckabee taught us this week. We’re just going to assume that the song choice was probably not the fault of Bowzer from Sha Na Na.

Also, too, this isn’t Bowzer’s first time at the Democratic rodeo.

“Bom bom bom bom a dang a dang dang, vote for Colbert Busch,” the singer crowed on the trail in this week in South Carolina. […]

Bowzer’s no stranger to the special election circuit. His first appearance was in the 2010 Pennsylvania special election where Democrat Mark Critz won. In 2011, he was on hand for a pair of heated specials in New York. He saw Democrat Kathy Hochul win a GOP-held seat, but in the Queens-based district where he grew up, his candidate Democrat David Weprin lost to Republican Bob Turner.

Yesssss. Suck it, GOP. We get this fucking guy.

Who do you guys have from 1970s ’50s-themed tribute bands? No one! YA BURNT, GOP.

[Politico]

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  • Farb

    Na.

  • Nathan Alan King

    Give ’em hell, Jon!

  • mweissa2

    “Twelve Days of Christmas” is of course the worst of all songs to do for “comedy” Bob & Doug McKenzie Libel!

  • James M. Fabiano

    Bowzer knew what made an honest version of Hollywood Squares too!