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Billionaires For Bush
The Billionaire Follies

Monday, December 19, 2005
Ace of Clubs in the East Village.

Written by Wendy R. Williams
Photographed by Mary Blanco

  Dick Cheney Impersonator Ron Kidd
and Ivy League-Legacy (aka Melody Bates)

Hooray for The Billionaires For Bush! They rocked in the holidays performing “Dick Cheney's Holiday Spectacular.” Starting off with a hot, rousing rendition of Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus (where Hallelujah became Halliburton), this cool, musically gifted comedy troupe kept the audience in stitches all night with songs such as an acapella rendition of “We Three Kings of Petroleum Are” (Bush, Dick Cheney and Karl Rove). Off they went singing away with, “Leaking, lying, cheating, denying.” And then decking the halls with lyrics like, “Born again I gave up cocaine,” and “We do what’s wrong and call it right.” And to Santa Baby, “Georgie baby, could you dissolve the EPA?”

Lynne Cheney Lesbian Lap Dance
Liebling Von Geld (aka Yvonne Roen)

They kept it going strong all night with George W. Bush (aka Dave Bennett) complaining that “Presidenting is hard” and Noah Countability singing a cool reggae solo to “No Georgie, No Cry.” One of the highlights of the evening was the hot Lynne Cheney Lesbian Lap Dance performed by Beth Smith (Lynne Cheney), Yvonne Roen and Melody Bates to Donna Summer’s “I Love to Love you Baby.” Another hoot was the cool number where Doctor DeBooks (aka Mark Silverman) impersonated Dick Cheney impersonating Eminem and performed, “I’m Dick Cheney, yes I’m the real Cheney…would the real Dick Cheney please stand up, please stand up……. Send you to Gitmo, sic a dog on your nuts." And then the end of the show, “Oh come let us exploit them, because we can.”


Kiki Baxx (aka Beth Smith)
Rob Dapore (aka James Simon)

Those hot Billionaires sure do know how to put the cool fun back in politics. They are incredibly bright and well informed but unlike the gargoyles that haunt the cable news channels, they have learned the wisdom of another song and this time it’s from Mary Poppins: “Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. In a most delightful way.”

Doctor DeBooks (aka Mark Silverman)

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