Cheni: Citizens of America, welcome today
To the coronation--err--inauguration of your president.

Shrub: Thank you all for voting for me
The margin of difference was great;
Here I deserve to be.
You voted on values for your good Christian king
And so now do I make some more promises today.
Those courts in our system are a thorn in our side
I'll get rid of them now, so that by their liberal activism I mustn't abide.
If the highest courts de-sanctify marriage
The constitution will carry that ruling away like a speeding horse and a carriage.
If the courts tell us to let an ill woman die
Then by God, we must interfere.
After all, isn't that why God put us here?

Citizen 4: President Shrub, I do beg to differ
How can you claim to follow God's plan
Yet force modern medicine to keep a woman alive?

Shrub: Silence, citizen! I know that of which I speak
God speaks to me, not you liberals who are weak!

Citizen 4: But Mister President, you say you want to create a 'culture of life'
Yet you do promote a world of strife.
Our soldiers are dying
Iraqis obliterated.
Yet here it is a crime
To end a life before it is known to begin.
You wish guns to be prominent
And support tobacco companies.
We cannot kill the insentient
But the lives of the sentient are snuffed out daily at your bidding.

Shrub: Silence! Silence, I do say.
Or else the police will take you away.

Citizen 4: You destroy our rights, one by one
We can't speak our minds
Without it offending someone.
But now that offense is a capital crime.
Be careful, Mister President.
I am your enemy and if you lock me away
You will not hear what I have to say.
And then can I sneak up on you in the darkness of night
To make all that's very wrong suddenly right.

Shrub: I will have no more of this;
You're ruining my coronation.
Police, remove him.
Let none have contact with him and remove his hands
That way he can carry out no vicious plans.
Citizens of America, welcome today
To the coronation--err--inauguration of your president.

Shrub: Thank you all for voting for me
The margin of difference was great;
Here I deserve to be.
You voted on values for your good Christian king
And so now do I make some more promises today.
Those courts in our system are a thorn in our side
I'll get rid of them now, so that by their liberal activism I mustn't abide.
If the highest courts de-sanctify marriage
The constitution will carry that ruling away like a speeding horse and a carriage.
If the courts tell us to let an ill woman die
Then by God, we must interfere.
After all, isn't that why God put us here?

Citizen 4: President Shrub, I do beg to differ
How can you claim to follow God's plan
Yet force modern medicine to keep a woman alive?

Shrub: Silence, citizen! I know that of which I speak
God speaks to me, not you liberals who are weak!

Citizen 4: But Mister President, you say you want to create a 'culture of life'
Yet you do promote a world of strife.
Our soldiers are dying
Iraqis obliterated.
Yet here it is a crime
To end a life before it is known to begin.
You wish guns to be prominent
And support tobacco companies.
We cannot kill the insentient
But the lives of the sentient are snuffed out daily at your bidding.

Shrub: Silence! Silence, I do say.
Or else the police will take you away.

Citizen 4: You destroy our rights, one by one
We can't speak our minds
Without it offending someone.
But now that offense is a capital crime.
Be careful, Mister President.
I am your enemy and if you lock me away
You will not hear what I have to say.
And then can I sneak up on you in the darkness of night
To make all that's very wrong suddenly right.

Shrub: I will have no more of this;
You're ruining my coronation.
Police, remove him.
Let none have contact with him and remove his hands
That way he can carry out no vicious plans.