If the government did a shitty job inexpensively, that would be one thing. If they did a great job but wasted tons of money, it wouldn't be so bad. But they don't... they waste shit-loads of your money and deliver nothing but a bottomless pile of fuck.
So the EPA decided to create a rap to teach kids about "Climate Change". First of all... no! Go fuck yourself, that's the worst idea in American history. Whoever proposed it should have been fired on the spot and punched at least 3 or 4 times. But instead, their supervisor thought "That's a crackerjack idea! Kids these days love rap music with a good, clean, responsible message. We've got some money to burn, let's do it!"
"The USA is where we are to kick a new trend and to raise the bar. The climate is changing and that’s a fact, bears don’t know when to take a nap, On top of that it won’t be cool when the flood waters rise and mosquitoes rule. It’s time to get off the couch and start to move." That's literally the worst thing ever written in any language.
Everyone's quick to jump all over some middle school girl who makes a crappy music video about "Friday", Good Morning America will even call it the "Worst video in the world" and try to make her cry on national television... but where the fuck are they on this one? They don't think it's worth reporting that a little girl can do a better job (for less money) than the fucking government? That the very kids the EPA is targeting with this rap are more competent than the douchebags in Washington?... If this were Japan, the head of the EPA would set himself on fire after disgracing his country like this.
Also, if you're going to try to indoctrinate people through the magic of song, you have to make it fucking catchy. Goddamnit, it's not complicated. Everyone reading this remembers four or five telephone numbers from old commercials, for businesses that don't even exist anymore. Why? Because the jingle was fucking catchy! The song's not just bad, it's ineffective.
Worst of all... after they finished writing and recording the song, when it was edited and mastered, they sat down, listened to it and said "Yep, sounds good. Let's publish it" instead of the intelligent response which is "Holy fuck! How high were we when we made this shit? Christ. Delete that immediately and burn the computer it was saved on!" The next time Obama's giving a speech on the debt crisis, when he starts saying the only solution is to raise taxes, someone in the crowd needs to stand up, hold a 1980's boom box over their head (like Cusack) and blast this rap until he shuts the fuck up.