There are no words
The fact that those "black" puppets are actually grey makes me wonder if the creators had ever actually seen a real black person before.
Also: Please note that the Country and Western "white" puppets are introduced with a snippet of the FRENCH NATIONAL ANTHEM. What does this MEAN?!
One of the native-American puppets appears to be missing its nose. That's very racist.
I was about to flame you, but good for your giving the worst cartoons ever some props.
The "black" puppets and one of the "white" puppets are basically the same shade. Puppet miscegenation!
I thought James Brown was the Super President?
I could've sworn I heard a "Jesus roves me" in that one section. And when the Hispanic puppet showed up, I shat myself. This really brings to mind that Wonder Showzen "Celebrate Our Differences" song - look it up.
Jim Henson and company always had a way of making the Muppets seem like living, breathing, sentient beings. This is not the first, nor the last, bit of evidence that Christian puppets are the anti-Muppets - I haven't seen one Christian puppet that doesn't look completely dead in the eyes. But I guess it kind of fits to someone like me who's cynical about organized religion.
Super President! With the power to break into hotel rooms undetected! He can erase entire tapes with his mind!
Sounded like "Woodstock" by CSNY at the start of video one. BY THE TIME JESUS GOT TO WOODSTOCK.....
Why wasn't there a "Brown" Mexican Jesus Loves Me chorus?
I can die now.
Am I racist to have thought that song needed a puppet show like this to make it clear to every little child just what this song is singing about? I am surprised that I can't laugh at this video except on the inside.
I'm just glad Christianity is willing to end its longstanding exclusion of cowboys.
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