This thread is for discussion of what we DON'T like in songwriting. It's not for singling out any fawmers or their songs, just for talking about what we don't like in general. . . like this:
I really don't like too much topicality in songs, especially if they're political. Writing songs about how much you hate the current U.S. President, UK Prime Minister, or New Zealand Cannibal King just invites disagreement and bickering, and means the song will soon be dated and sound obsolete. It's mostly the same with songs about current events, though they're maybe not as bad in terms of inviting dissent.
You can achieve the heights of dudgeon you're trying to reach without falling into the topicality pitfall by simply refraining from naming names or making allusions that too clearly point to anyone or anything very specific. Don't write about how much you hate Trump; write about how much you hate leaders, or the government, or stupid arrogant liars. Don't write about the Covid-19 pandemic and quarantine; just write about illness and death, isolation and loneliness.
To break this all down and sum it up into a good rule of thumb, TRY TO WRITE ABOUT THINGS THAT ARE UNIVERSAL, not things that invite disagreement, or that will soon be receding into the past. Don't write just for people who agree with your particular opinions and perspectives; make an effort to get the whole human race on your side and thinking "Yeah, I totally agree!" or "Yeah, I know how that feels!"
(What do you mean New Zealand doesn't have a Cannibal King? Next you're going to tell me that Paizuri Futinari isn't the President of Japan!)