I Will Dance, I Will Sing and My Laugh Shall Be Gay

I don’t watch television but this clip came up on my radar. It’s Edmond Talmacean, a rather low-level PDL politician from Bucharest. Because it’s visual, a lot of American TV networks have been running the clip as well.

What’s the big deal? And how did the Americans even find out about it? Oh my goodness, could it be Alison Mutler? Why I believe it is! Shock of the century.

If you click on the link (Romanian version here) you’ll see that he was criticized by Traian “More FBI” Basescu and Her Royal Highness, Elena Udrea. Sounds like they’re just peeved he got some attention.

Okay, politician goes on TV show, politician busts out some surprisingly good dance moves, politician gets criticized by other politicians. Certainly that’s a story. But what’s this?

In Romania, the home of Dracula and other occult traditions, politics are renowned for being occasionally off-the-wall. President Traian Basescu and his aides have been known to wear purple on certain days to ward off evil.

Dear morons of the world:

Romania is NOT home to a “Dracula” tradition. Good lord! Dracula is a book written in English by an Irish guy and was never read in Romania until after 1989. Not one single Romanian has a “tradition” involving Dracula. Vlad Tepes is known here for his political and military acts not for his allegedly undead or paranormal behavior. The only people in Romania who give a crap about Dracula are tourists or people selling things to tourists.

And again with the snide bullshit about wearing purple? How many times do I have to address this subject? Sheesh.

So there you go, folks. Enjoy the cute video of a politician doing some dance moves. It was harmless fun but good old Alison Mutler had to broadcast this to the world and add in those completely unnecessary insults as part of her long-running campaign to ridicule Romania for fun and profit.

Hi! Please love me even though I get paid to laugh at all you superstitious bastards

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