Poetry

Telling it Like it is about Obama

TELLING IT LIKE IT IS ABOUT OBAMA

 

Obama stinks. There, I’ve said it.

It’s not his fault that his liberal stench

Is hidden beneath the iconic image of a fake perfumed leader.

 

A fink.

A dink instead of a power drive.

He makes our foursome and our country  look bad.

 

It’s rough.

He drives us into the rough.

Let Foley’s head roll.

Our debit is his divet.

His idea of the green is spending eighteen trillion dollars.

 

His followers—

Phew—

All Democrats have discredited themselves.

 

Does Obama dare to eat a peach?

His grasp exceeds his reach.

He is contemptible.

 

He is vile as the gall bladder’s bile.

Beneath his glitch he carries a pouch for the discharge

Of failed socialist ideas.

 

He is a menace at large who wanted to allow planes

From Liberia with Ebola to fly into the United States.

Why not fly diphtheria from Algeria?

Add to this his love of the Muslim call to prayer

And calling radical Islamists disgruntled workers.

 

I ain’t teasing,

This foul wind is blowing in the wind like treason.

Obama’s lies say goodbye to America’s honest traditions.

 

 

Calling him “disgusting”

 

Would be giving him too much credit.

I’m busting.

I’m bloated.

I ought to fly him like a joke balloon at Macy’s Parade.

 

He worries about income inequality while he spends

Millions on vacations.

He has put the average citizen into above-average debt.

 

What would you call Iran dropping an atom bomb

On Israel?

An Obomb-ism.

It’s our lives he is screwing, all for a horrific legacy.

America is next in line.

 

He has made the greatest country in history

Into a soft belly overhanging mama’s jeans.

 

He was supposed to end racism

But he reinvented it.

 

Foul progressive ideas reek.

He has the sardonic smile of a geek.

He is an ideological freak.

 

The odor that permeates the White House will be the flatulence

Of tomorrow’s evil.

The nuclear cloud is gathering up its moisture.

Death is the undercurrent of Obama’s torrid promises.

The views expressed in this opinion article are solely those of their author and are not necessarily either shared or endorsed by EagleRising.com


About the author

David Lawrence

David Lawrence

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on Amazon.com. He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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