Before Bush would sign legislation
That offered veterans some relief
From undergoing more tarnation,
They sign a statement of belief
That they were never truly nervous
About their time in army service;
That they would do it all again.
If Bush commanded, they’d say, “When?”
They’d march off proudly into battle
No matter missing arms or legs
With brains like soup or scrambled eggs.
And any who thought to skedaddle
Would pull the pin and claim their mess
Was due to freedom of the press.
- ► 2011 (199)
- DINNER IN THE WHITE HOUSE
- REFLECTIONS ON THE CONSTITUTION (I)
- STORIES FROM DANTE
- WHAT, ME WORRY?
- WHAT TO DO WITH DAVOS MAN
- FALL GUYS
- THE NEW AMERICAN CREDO
- NO TRUCE
- WHOSE TREASON?
- FOR MIKE LLOYD
- THE MORALITY OF PROSTITUTION
- THE CULTURE WARS I
- ACCOUNTABILITY ?
- FOR BRAD
- NOW THAT WOULD BE NEWS
- PRIVATIZING EDUCATION
- ON THE EVE OF THE OHIO AND TEXAS PRIMARIES
- ▼ March (19)