- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 6, 2010

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

I am Bam

Bam I am

That Bam-I-am!

That Bam-I-am!

I do not like that Bam-I-am!

Do you like my health care plan?

I do not like it, Bam-I-am.

I do not like your health care plan.

Would you like it here or there?

I would not like it here or there.

I would not like it anywhere.

I do not like this health care plan.

I do not like it, Bam-I-am.

Would you like it with your spouse?

Shall I pass it in the House?

I do not like it with my spouse.

You shall not pass it in the House.

I do not like it here or there.

I do not like it anywhere.

I do not like this health care plan.

I do not like it, Bam-I-am.

Would you like this when you’re ill?

Would you like this with some frills?

Not when I’m ill.

Not with some frills

Not in the House.

Not with my spouse.

I would not have it here or there.

I would not have it anywhere.

I would not want this health care plan.

I do not like it, Bam-I-am.

Would you? Could you? I’m the Czar!

Have it! Have it! Here you are.

I would not, could not, Mr. Czar.

You may like it. You will see.

You may like it when it’s free!

I would not, could not when it’s free.

It’ll cost me. You will see.

I do not like it when I’m ill.

I do not like it with some frills.

I do not like it with my spouse.

You shall not pass it in the House.

I do not like it here or there.

I do not like it anywhere.

I do not like this health care plan.

I do not like it, Bam-I-am.

For pain! For pain!

For pain! For pain!

Could you, would you,

For your pain?

Not for my pain! No, can’t you see?

I’ll say it plain! Bam! Let me be!

I would not, could not, when I’m ill.

I could not, would not, with some frills.

I will not have it with my spouse.

I do not want it near the House.

I will not have it here or there.

I will not have it anywhere.

I do not like this health care plan.

I do not like it, Bam-I-am.

Say! For the Poor?

Yes, for the poor!

Would you, could you,

for the poor?

I would not, could not, for the poor.

Would you, could you, think again?

I would not, could not, think again.

Not for the poor. Not for the pain.

We can’t afford. It isn’t free.

I do not like it, Bam, you see.

Not in the House. Not for the frills.

Not with my spouse. Not when I’m ill.

I will not have it here or there.

I do not like it anywhere!

You do not like my health care plan?

I do not like it, Bam-I-am.

Could you, would you, place your vote?

I would not, could not, place my vote!

Would you, could you, help this float?

I could not, would not, place my vote.

I will not, will not, help this float.

I will not have it for my pain.

Please don’t bother me again.

We can’t afford. It isn’t free.

I do not like it, Bam, you see.

I do not like it when I’m ill.

I do not like it with the frills.

I do not want it in the House.

I do not like it with my spouse.

I do not like it here or there.

I do not like it ANYWHERE!

I do not like this health care plan!

I do not like it, Bam-I-am.

You do not like it. So you say.

Try it! Try it! And you may.

Try it and you may, I say.

Bam! If you will let me be,

I will try it. You will see.

Say! I like this health care plan!

I do! I like it, Bam-I-am!

And I would take it with the bloat.

And you’ll have a legacy to gloat.

And I will take the increased tax.

And all the convoluted facts.

To Kingdom Come with happy glee.

This is so good, so good, you see!

Martin Bodek is the author of “Bush II, Book I” (lulu.com, 2010).

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