There was a song with a video I saw like a decade ago. The video I believe mostly showed images of the war on terror and was of course meant to be a criticism of it and Bush in general. It would've been released sometime in the early-mid 2000s. I think I saw it before hurricane Katrina, but I'm not sure.
It was an all-male group that performed it, and the singer in the video was bald.
The only lyrics I can remember said something about how the administration was silencing criticism of the war. I think one of the lines was something like 'hold me down/shut me down'.
edit: Just to clarify, the video showed actual footage of the war on terror at the time. I think it also showed a brief clip of Bush saluting a soldier. The parts with the band playing were really dark, with a very dark green lighting. Or maybe it was in black and white.