"Hidden Agenda" as written by and Roy Zimmerman....
Thomas Jefferson walks in a bar with Newt Gingrich on his shoulders.
Bartender says, "Who's the arrogant windbag?"
Jefferson says, "That's Newt Gingrich."
The bartender says, "I was talking to Newt Gingrich."

Is that a hidden agenda in your pocket,
Or are you just happy to see me?
Are you moving on into the 50s?
Do you hear Lincoln turning over in his grave?
That's the Republican Revolution.
Wealth care, fun control, public broad bashing.

Traveling Republican salesman knocks on the door of a farmhouse.
Says, "I got a flat tire while I was slashing your subsidies."
Farmer says, "Come on in, but keep away from my daughter."
And in the morning he finds the salesman in bed with Rupert Murdoch.

Is that a hidden agenda in your pocket,
Or are you just happy to see me?
Are you moving on into the 50s?
Do you hear Lincoln turning over in his grave?
That's the Republican Revolution.
Wealth care, fun control, public broad...bashing.

Feed the hungry... to the dogs.
Help the homeless... aerospace executives.
Save the schools... for those who can afford them.
Make this nation one... big country club!

Martin Luther King had a dream that someday all people
Would be judged not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.
And I have a dream, 'cept I'm not me, I'm Bruce Willis.
And I'm taking over Cuba,
And suddenly I can't remember my lines, and my pants fall down.

Is that a hidden agenda in your pocket,
Or are you just happy to see me?
Are you moving on into the 50s?
Do you hear Lincoln turning over in his grave?
That's the Republican Revolution.
Wealth care, fun control, snivel rights, public broad bashing...



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