Chapter 1- The Rage of George
Chapter 2- Rattling of Sabres
Chapter 3- Entreaties Rejected
Chapter 4- Osama Speaks
Chapter 5- The Underworld
Chapter 6- Fatherly Advice
Chapter 7- The Gods of War
Chapter 8- Juggernaut
Chapter 9- The Prisoners
Chapter 10- Interrogation
Chapter 11- George Dreams
Chapter 12- In the Clouds
Chapter 13- Déjeuner
Chapter 14- Secret Agent
Chapter 15- The Tyrant Flees
Chapter 16- Out of Order
Chapter 17- George Descends
Chapter 18- Master Kim
Chapter 19- Uncurious George
Chapter 20- Asana
Chapter 21- Doing the Patriot Act
Chapter 22- Immaculate Reception
Chapter 23- The Little Prince
Chapter 24- Mission Accomplished
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Regime change makes neighbors nervous
As new national policy forms. Changing
Trade and commerce rules force
Economies to adjust. Defense and
Social programs are re-evaluated,
If a leader is bellicose and coarse,
Forces his will upon his neighbor,
Then conflict always follows, the region suffers.
In July, 2003, the country to the south,
Armed to the teeth, meddles
With the Commonwealth of Canada.
Prime Minister Chrétien’s of French descent,
Independent, outspoken, prone
To chart his own course.
Chrétien opposes the invasion of Iraq,
And with France and Germany,
Sticks it to Prince George.
The President meets with the boys
To discuss regime change across the border.
While publicly displaying good will,
This testosterone-poisoned gang
Seethes with anger, anxious to control
Its weaker neighbor to the north.
“Next they’ll convert to Euros,” George snickers.
“Don’t laugh,” Rumsfeld adds, “It’s possible.”
“They’re pissing off our pharmaceutical support,”
Tommy Thompson chimes in, “Undercutting U.S. prices.”
“They’re about to legalize homosexual marriage!”
Sly Ashcroft’s spittle flies.
Hard-hearted Cheney adds his thoughts,
“Look, this shit-head Chrétien’s got to go.
He’s making us look foolish. The whole world
Watches as our pipsqueak neighbor
Gives us the finger! We can engineer regime change
Halfway across the globe, but not here?”
At these gatherings of the Mob,
It’s Cheney who sets the agenda.
Though his cold heart beats irregularly,
It’s just one beat from the President's,
A thought not lost on any, except
Simple George, who thinks of jogging.
“From marijuana policy, to health care,
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