“No American boy will fight on foreign soil,”
Roosevelt said.
But five years later, thousands were dead
And the tempers went to boil.

When Nixon said, “I am not a crook,”
What were we to do?
Nothing he said was actually true,
No one described him as stalwort.

Hiroshima was destroyed by a bomb of the atomic sort,
We were told it was to avoid strife.
It only shattered life.
Truman was never punished for his lie; he never went to court.

Not just these three
Had little white lies.
These presidents gave us such a surprise
To which we mightily disagree.

So next time we get to choose,
Let us pick an honest one,
A real homerun.
A president who will not lose.

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