Edo. G Releases Song Attacking Mitt Romney's Campaign
Edo. G comes through with a scathing attack on Mitt Romney just in time for the election.
In a few short hours, the polls for the 2012 Presidential election between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney will open across the country. Now, in a new report from AllHipHop, Boston's own Edo. G has released a scathing attack on his home state's former governor.
In a new single titled "Mitt," the O.G. took aim at the G.O.P. candidate and his running-mate Paul Ryan. He called out the Republican candidates over their hard-line conservative fiscal policies, which will cut funding to social support services like welfare.
“So you promise me you'll fix the economy/Honestly, you trust Mitt's honesty/His money and property/Improperly - it's rich man robbery/He's gonna do it, not probably/Return us to them glory years - Bush policies," he begins. "To be the president you gotta adore people/not ignore people/especially poor people/'Entitlement cuts?' That means welfare/Get your money elsewhere/G.O.P. - no help here/But he gave Massachusetts health care/Flip-flopper, that's a picture of his face/Get rid of Obamacare, repeal and replace/ He's out of touch."
Check out the full song below.