My countrymen, Bush said, I’ve made it plain
That treaties can be treated with disdain.
Geneva is naïve, a bit arcane.
It should be changed in ways that I ordain.
Not so, said Warner, Graham and McCain.

We need some laws, my lawyers ascertain.
(This Constitution really is the bane
Of my existence, driving me insane.
It’s I who should decide, like Charlemagne.)
Plus us, said Warner, Graham and McCain.

The evil terrorists whom we detain
Are questioned in a way I won’t explain.
And only wussy traitors would refrain
From passing laws I’ve said we must obtain.
Plus us, said Warner, Graham and McCain.