USA Today Opinion Fellow (and native Texan) Chris Schlak joins the show to discuss his experience at CPAC Dallas, which featured, among other things, a speech from Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban, 2020 election trutherism, and January 6 performance art.

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  1. Jeff Ditzler Member
    Jeff Ditzler
    @TheLostDutchman

    (With deep apologies to Monty Python)

    The world today seems absolutely crackers

    With nuclear bombs to blow us all sky high

    There’s fools and idiots sitting on the trigger

    It’s depressing, and it’s senseless, and that’s why…

     

    I like Hungary

    I like Hungary

    We only come up to their knees

    Yet they’re always friendly and they’re ready to please

     

    I like Hungary

    I like Hungary

    There’s eleven million of them in the world today

    You’d better learn to like them, that’s what I say

     

    I like Hungary

    I like Hungary

    They come from a long way overseas

    But they’re cute, and they’re cuddly, and they’re ready to please

     

    I like Hungarian food

    The waiters never are rude

    Think of the many things they’ve done to exude

    There’s Cardinal Mindszenty and also Rubik’s Cube

    So, I like Hungary

    I like Hungary-ka

    I like their Harry Houdini-ka

    Their Liszt, their goulash, ballpoint pens and paprika

     

    I like Hungarian thought

    The wisdom Zsa Zsa Gabor taught

    If pro-natalism’s anything to shout about

    The Magyars will survive us all without any doubt

     

    So, I like Hungary

    I like Hungary

    We only come up to their knees

    Yet they’re wise, and they’re witty, and they’re ready to please

    All together

    Szeretem Magyarországot

    Szeretem Magyarországot

    Szeretem Magyarországot

    Szia, szia, hogy vagy, viszlát

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