Things are bleak today
More cr*p on the way
Look! Here comes Barack
There's lots for us to mock
Lost his health care plan
Talks of jobs instead
Raise them from the dead
Trouble in Iraq, Iran
In Pakistan; Afghanistan
Promised he would end the war
No troops home, but sending more
Campaign message: "Change and Hope"
No change; we just sit and mope, oy veyyyyyyyyyy....
Ba-ma-ba-ma, ha! Fancy San Fran Nan
He says, "Yes, We Can"; Looks like, "No, We Can't"
Rahm Emanuel, Van Jones, Hill'ry Clint'
Scott Brown: Will the Dems get another stint?
What can 'Bama say, 'cause --
Budget: badly deep in debt
Borrow more from Chinese, Red? 
Leader led: toy-mak-er of lead
Isn't there another way?
Ain't learned your lesson Last Tues-day
[interlude while the President looks at the teleprompter and attempts to rearrange his halo]
Give up So-cialism's way
Freedom's way! Yayyyyyyyyyyyyy!
Save our Union!
Spend and spend and spend, tax and tax and tax 
Wheel and deal and steal; sharpen up the axe
Back room secret blots; no more C-SPAN shots
Pols will cruise their yachts while our nation rots
'Bama's had his day, and --
-- Not a single problem, cure
Come, this Nov-em-ber, and
Things will "change", that's for sure!
Oh, need reunion!
Be our "ruinion"
[Fades away, as US fades away as a "former" great world power]
 Referring to Secretary of State (H.) Clinton's visit to China, where she got down on her knees and begged them to buy more Treasury bonds, e. g., to lend the US more money to finance our budget deficits. Of all the people we'd rather *not* see holding the mortgage on the US -- What if they foreclose?
On a positive note, it's the first time that Hillary Clinton has ever been on her knees. (Bill: "After all these years -- *Now*?")
 A phrase attributed to Harry Hopkins, an aide to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, summed up the New Deal philosophy and the Democratic Party's dominance over politics from the early 1930s to the late 1960s: "We will spend and spend, tax and tax, elect and elect."