Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Sorry for the long absence ...

... between the new job and moving, it has been a busy month!

To start things back up, and in light of last weekend's protest, I give you this little ditty from my past ... (video link -- cameo appearance in middle)

You said that this war is a war for oil
It's greed at the point of a gun
But if we really wanted to take that oil
We'd have stayed there in 1991
And I guess that you'll just have to deal with the fact
It's returned to the people of Iraq
Your protests, my friends
Sound much like breaking wind
Your protests sound much like breaking wind

You whine and you moan about right-wing neocons
That you say are demanding empire
When instead what we seek is to liberate men
And to snuff out the terrorist fire
If we wanted empire, then why do we see
That Iraq has its soverignty?
Your protests, my friends
Sound much like breaking wind
Your protests sound much like breaking wind

You say that corporations control the whole world
And for profit, your own life would sell
But if corporations are so powerful
Then why do guys like Walton and Dell
Come out of nowhere and steal customers
from those same corporations so well?
Your protests, my friends
Sound much like breaking wind
Your protests sound much like breaking wind

You say that not God, but the UN you trust
to watch out for your safety and peace
But it stands in the way of the defeat of thugs
'Till they drop our bodies dead in our streets
And frankly for a non-profit it's rather rude
To get rich off Oil-For-Food
Your protests, my friends
Sound much like breaking wind
Your protests sound much like breaking wind

You compare Bush to Hitler, say election's a fraud
You treat him like Attilla the Hun
But we see right through you, we know you hate Bush
'cause he acts and he gets the job done
and that he will not take from those who work to get ahead
and subsidize those who just seek "fun"
Your protests, my friends
Sound much like breaking wind
Your protests sound much like breaking wind

Yes we see right through you and your calls for peace
Right through to your core of disdain
For the principles that have made America great
And the freedom you say you proclaim
If you really want peace, then protest the terrorists
who crash planes and slaughter men like lambs ...
Your protests, my friends
Sound much like breaking wind
Your protests sound much like breaking wind

Your protests, my friends
Sound much like breaking wind
Your protests sound much like breaking wind



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