I'm not sure who did the song but it's obviously a professional production. Terry Anderson played most of the song about 40 minutes into his March 21 show [archived here].
The tune is a knock off of the classic Frankie and Johnnie song but with a very different kind of message. The song equates the liberal policies of McCain and Kennedy and uses that as a justification to tell McCain that it's time for him to retire from the Senate. It's a RINO go home message.
The lyrics and some links that may have inspired each verse:
Flush the toilet Johnny and Teddy
Johnny and Teddy were Senators On opposite sides of the aisle They got together and drafted a bill Guaranteed to make illegals smile Amnesty was their game â€“ and they had no shame
Johnny and Senator Feingold Gave campaign finance a try But then the highest court in the land Said the 1st amendment must apply Gotta play by the rules â€“ now Johnny looks like a fool
Johnny and Mr. Obama They both agree Gitmo should close But bringing terrorists into the USA Is a plan that we oppose No, they donâ€™t belong â€“ and Johnnyâ€™s got it all wrong
Now Johnny and Senator Lieberman Got together on cap and trade Anemic hands across the aisle Gonna send the country to its grave Itâ€™s time to let him know â€“ old Johnnyâ€™s gotta go
Johnny believes Global Warming Limousine Liberals and all Congressional junkets to Copenhagen Everybodyâ€™s havinâ€™ a ball Just ask Al Gore - Johnny knows the score
S & L Man Charlie Keating He came to Johnny one day Said "the government boys are sniffing around How much to make 'em go away?â€? Did Johnny take a bribe to join the Keating 5?
Now fast-forward 20 years later Banks are in trouble again Johnny says, â€?Letâ€™s bail â€?em out Itâ€™s just a trillion â€“ or maybe ten. Letâ€™s put some wind in their sails â€“ â€?cause theyâ€™re too big to fail.â€?
We know there's oil in Alaska Drilling won't cause any harm But Johnny agrees with the tree-hugging geeks Gas is gonna cost a leg and an arm Johnny why canâ€™t you see whatâ€™s good for you and me?
Now everyone knows about ACORN They get lots of taxpayersâ€™ dough Prostitution rings and voter fraud And home loans to any old schmoe No matter ACORNâ€™s crimes â€“ Johnny thinks theyâ€™re just fine
We're tired of hearin' your flip-flops We're tired of hearin' your lies You may think we're all dummies but you can't Pull the wool over our eyes You're career's hit a snag - so start packin' your bags
â€?Cause Johnny, youâ€™ve worn out your welco Itâ€™s time to bid DC goodbye Go write a book or learn to cook And eat a little humble pie Just ask Sheriff Joe â€“ he says you gotta go
Yeah, go Johnny, go â€“ itâ€™s time to hit the road. Good-bye