The impeachment song (Updated with Jihadists for deserter exchange)

The impeachment song: (To the tune of “Please release me, let me go”)

The latest verse now deals with the Jihadists for deserter prisoner exchange:

Ten* Jihadists did I free

for one deserter**, look at me;

breaking laws for all to see;

You gave me your vote, it had to be.

The whole song now goes like this:
*Five Jihadists were released last year as a goodwill gesture to get the negotiations with the Taliban moving, then five more for the exchange.

** The charge of deserter is unproven. I chose to use it rather than the most probable term “defector”. I have to do it since Susan Rice prematurely declared he served with “honor and distinction” which is wrong to claim in the middle of an investigation.

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Retired engineer, graduated from Chalmers Technical University a long time ago with a degree in Technical Physics. Career in Aerospace, Analytical Chemistry, computer chip manufacturing and finally adjunct faculty at Pennsylvania State University, taught just one course in Computer Engineering, the Capstone Course.

One thought on “The impeachment song (Updated with Jihadists for deserter exchange)”

  1. I’ve always liked that song..a little (or, a lot) less now! =-O I really can’t even fathom how the commie in chief is still in office, with all the blatant, in your face lies, distortions, and treacherous, treasonous actions he has committed, that would have put ANY other “elected official” behind bars LONG AGO! Let’s just pray that this LATEST act of STUPIDITY is enough to do the job!! If not…I don’t know what, if ANYTHING can FINALLY rid us of this PLAGUE in OUR WH !!

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