Cast my vote in the USA
Couldn't help but laugh out loud
Came out of the ballot box
Clogged with political smog

I coughed and vomited so much
A policeman came up to me
Said, "You're more free than ever
Now that you've turned the other cheek."

Cast my vote in the USA
Couldn't help but laugh out loud
Husky white men who're partisans
All eating their hearts out

Cast my vote in the USA
But I didn't really vote at all
We always get tricked and handed the same shit
From them boys on Capitol Hill

One of those Party-members came up to me
Said, "Hey now, vote for the Left."
I said, "No sir, because if I turn your suit inside-out
I'll see a sewn Elephant."

Cast my vote in the USA
Couldn't help but laugh out loud
Not too long before I'm never spotted
By the seething bureaucratic towers

I hear all this talk about "Beacons of Democracy"
Well news to all the guttersnipes, it's more black and white than you think Congress-funded organizations and armies to spread voting rights abroad
But they turn out as dictatorships reeking of DC's smog

I hear all this talk about "Freedom and Content"
Once promoted by George Washington but his words have been ruthlessly spent
The intellects and pragmatists in power used them as excuses to buy the world
So wherever and whoever we cast our votes for, it always goes to America

Your oil and your cheap goods and your agricultural lot
Nothing either Party hasn't already conquered or bought
They sneer and snide and rattle some lies to make us listen to their words
Cast your vote more than once, but toward the people it will never serve.