"Bush writes that in the closing days of his time in the White
House in early 2009, Cheney pressed his case that Libby
should be pardoned, and was angry when Bush refused.
‘I can’t believe you’re going to leave a soldier on the
battlefield,’ Cheney told Bush."        —Reuters

 
You never leave a man behind.
Though shells explode and smoke is thick,
You go back for that wounded grunt.
Or so says Five Deferments Dick.
 
You can’t abandon even one.
Together patriots must stick.
A wounded soldier counts on that.
Or so says Five Deferments Dick.
 
A man must do what he must do.
He must be solid as a brick.
He shows that on the battlefield.
Or so says Five Deferments Dick.