May 26, 2006

Neil Young's Articles of Impeachment

Article I
Let's impeach the president for lyin'
Misleading our country into WAR
Abusing all the power that we gave him
And shipping all our money out the door

Who's the man who hired all the criminals
The white house shadows who hide behind closed doors
And bend the facts to fit with their new story
Of why we have to send our men to war

Article II
Let's impeach the president for spyin'
On citizens inside their own homes
Breaking ev'ry law in the country
By tapping our computers and telephones

What if AL QUAEDA blew up the levees,
Would New Orleans have been safer that way?
Sheltered by the government's protection
Or was someone just not home that day?

Article III
Let's impeach the president for hijacking
Our religion and using it to get elected
Dividing our country into colors
And still leaving black people neglected

Thank GOD he's crackin' down on steroids
Since he sold his old baseball team
There's lots of people lookin' at big trouble
But of course the president is clean

Thank God

-- Neil Young, Let's Impeach the President from Living With War

Thank God
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Thank God

Thank God
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Thank God
Thank God

Posted by Raoul

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