Neil Young called out Richard Nixon by name in his furious 1970 protest song "Ohio," but a few years later he seemed to find some small degree of sympathy for the man after he was forced out of office and nearly died a few months later when his phlebitis flared up again. "Hospitals have made him cry," Young sang. "But there's always a freeway in his eye." "Campaigner" came out on Young's 1977 compilation album Decade. It tends to pop up in concert right around the time of major elections. It was last played in the midst of the Clinton/Obama primary battle royale of 2008.