A few verses about our American standards

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American standards; Have always been high; So why do we change; Just for one guy?

Let’s resolve as a nation; To go back to our roots; And kick out this guy; With both of our boots.

Who is this guy? What is his name? It rhymes with the word ‘chump’; And they are one in the same.

But I won’t speak the name; And I don’t even care; How loudly some use it; As their trumpets do blare.

— Bob McClellan, Polson

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