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Neil Young: Let's Impeach The President Meaning


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Song Released: 2006

Let's Impeach The President Lyrics

Let's impeach the President for lying
And misleading our country into war
Abusing all the power that we gave him
And shipping all our money out the door

Who's the man who hired all the criminals
The White House shadows who hide behind...

  1. kooljohn176
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    Aug 14th 2015 report

    Oh Yes, there was a time when NEIL YOUNG [We The People] was right about the Bush years and discoverd a den of liars and thieves in the White House like a ''Ali Baba'' did in one thousand and one nights of the Arabian nights tale of the cave, when back then by the magic words ''open sesame'' used by Ali Baba to find their secret of the treasure the thieves accumulated by their lies used in robbery to hide the loot in the cave. When any president that lies and let's his liars and thieves run amok around the world on the expense of the lives of everyday people to start a war for a personal agenda and profit for wealth, he should be impeached along with the 40 thieves and liars that are in the White House or in any part of our government that managed to go from the cave to the White House.

  2. THEN
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    Sep 8th 2011 report

    This song suggests that millionaire Neil Young wants to impeach the president because Neil needs more riches.

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