You might've seen a new video of Alan Simpson -- the former senator and Washington lobbyist who authored a plan to lower corporate taxes and cut Medicare and Social Security benefits -- where he does the popular "Gangnam Style" dance. If not -- here it is:
Here's another interesting fact. The popular Gangnam Style song is itself a parody of the residents of the region of Gangnam, a wealthy part of the South Korean capital city of Seoul. As Foreign Policy's Max Fisher writes, the song is made to lampoon the "self-importance and ostentatious wealth" in Gangnam. The star of the song, the Korean artist Psy, is a "clownish caricature" of a an out of touch rich person.
Then perhaps it is fitting that Simpson would utilize this song in a desperate attempt to enlist young Americans to cut benefits in programs like Medicare and Social Security while lowering the corporate tax rate.