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Song Parodies -> "Bush Must Resign"

Original Song Title:

"I Walk the Line"

Original Performer:

Johnny Cash

Parody Song Title:

"Bush Must Resign"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Sorry, Hillary, but you don't get to be the first female President. Nancy Pelosi does. Trust me: It's better this way.
I keep a close watch on this land of mine.
I see George Bush try to screw it every time.
He's got America in quite a bind.
Let's stop the lyin'.
Bush must resign.

He finds it very easy to be so untrue.
We had a surplus, so quickly he blew.
And in the towers, couldn't protect you.
Let's stop the lyin'.
Bush must resign.

Just as sure as night is dark and day is light
he lied us into a war, that wasn't bright.
The way it's run, proves he is so far-right.
Let's stop the lyin'.
Bush must resign.

He smeared John Kerry when his own record in war
is something each American should well deplore.
And he let New Orleans become a great big shore.
Let's stop the lyin'
Bush must resign.

Dick Cheney helped him bring us to this place
where three-fourths of our people see disgrace.
What are ya gonna do, Dick? Shoot me in the face?
Along same line:
Dick must resign.

And now the sentence of Libby he'll commute.
When it comes to rules of law, he's such a brute.
As President, was Nixon worse? That don't compute.
Let's stop the lyin'.
Bush must resign.

If he won't, then Congress has to find the spine
to bring impeachment and a trial oh-so-fine
and give our Constitution great big valentine.
Let's stop the lyin'.
Bush must resign.
And these words mine:
Dick must resign.

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Syncronos - July 03, 2007 - Report this comment
Wow. This is dead on. Worry not- 1 more year. Hopefully we won't get nuked before then...
Tim Hall - July 03, 2007 - Report this comment
Bush is on par with Andrew Jackson, Warren G. Harding, and Ulysses S. Grant
alvin - July 03, 2007 - Report this comment
always up for dubya bashin'....especially liked the cheney line
MasonR - July 03, 2007 - Report this comment
Well said, unfortunately.
14% - July 03, 2007 - Report this comment
That's how many people approve of Bela Pelosi, the blood-sucking hag, Mike. More people believe in UFOs than approve of Pelosi. Thanks to your fellow idiots and their lame praises for this mentally deficient trash of yours, now I know where all these dumb-bunnies reside.
John Jenkins - July 03, 2007 - Report this comment
Although I disagree, I can understand how you could oppose the commuting of Libby’s sentence. This is somewhat consistent with your opposition to Clinton’s pardoning of Marc Rich. But, while Libby was found guilty of lying about a crime for which no one was convicted (in essence a non-crime), Mr. Rich was found guilty of tax evasion, fraud and trading with the enemy (Iran, during the hostage crisis). And for some reason, I can’t seem to locate the parodies in which you took Clinton to task for doing something much less justifiable than what President Bush did.
Michael Pacholek - July 04, 2007 - Report this comment
Actually, John, Marc Rich was never convicted -- he fled before he could even go to trial. That doesn't mean he didn't do it. It does mean that, unlike Libby, he was not convicted of a felony. Ironically, Libby himself was, for a time, representing Rich in his defense! The fact is, in pardoning Rich, Clinton was not pardoning a convicted felon; Bush stopped one from serving a minute in prison. Think of it this way: Had Chris Lehane, Vice President Gore's Chief of Staff (the Libby job-equivalent of the Clinton Administration), done the exact same thing as Libby, and been convicted, and Clinton had commuted his sentence, you would feel the sense of revulsion that 60 percent of Americans, even 40 percent of Republicans, now feel over this pardon-in-all-but-name. As for there being a "non-crime," that's the whole point of "obstruction of justice" -- for which Clinton was acquitted by 5 of 55 Republican Senators, and for which Libby was convicted by 12 of 12 impartial jurors approved by his attorneys. But at least you approached this with dignity, unlike the last, uh, person. I have yet to see a poll with this question: "Who would you rather have as President for the last 18 months of the Bush term, Bush or Pelosi?" Pelosi would win that in a landslide, because she is not seen as an incompetent, lying crook by three-quarters of the American people, and Bush is.

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