Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley was threatened with deportation from the U.S. after a journalist took offence at negative lyrics he wrote about President GEORGE W. Bush. The Canadian rockers's song March of the Dogs contains the words: "Ladies and gentlemen of the underclass/ The president of the United States of America is dead... And now the president's dead/ Because they blew off his head/ No more neck to be red/I guess to heaven he fled." And one writer went to extreme lengths to have the band removed from the country over the controversial words - by calling on politicians to exercise their power against Sum 41. Whibley explains, "He (the reporter) went to the House minority leader in the States (a Republican), who tried to have me deported, trying to say I'm threatening the president."