Air Date: Week of June 12, 1992
The Underground Railroad Theatre of Arlington, MA provides a bit of satire to mark the end of the Rio Summit. The basic thrust of their Brazilian Samba is George Bush's philosophy that "we were here first —- you were here third," meaning we've already decimated our environment while we became an economic superpower, but now we all know that's not the right thing to do — so you better not do it.
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