Poetry

Obama – the Used Car Salesman

Obama is Selling It

By David Lawrence

 
Obama looks like a used car salesman yet he is selling his entrance into heaven to the confused parking lot attendants of hell.  He is Dante in the ninth circle, gyrating around lies about keeping your healthcare and about plugging up nonprofit conservatives with tootsie rolls. He handpicked Sibelius to assail us. She looks like a wedding cake after the divorce.  He hides the stench of selling his country down the river when the river has already been drained by his Pinocchio promises. Obama picks on whites and the rich like he was a member of his hated Tea Party and wanted to cause a revolution against the English, against ourselves. Obama’s ideas are simple and as wide as a sophomore pontificating about cheese.  He is the holes in Swiss.  He is the stink in Limburger. After Affordable Health Care I hope the mice will wake up from their Democrat lair and turn against their former man, Obama, — a vote fixer at Acorn, an affirmative action abuser, a pot head, and a lowly, fringe, unsophisticated, financially obtuse community organizer.  Imagine the low intelligence voters who boasted that he was a community organizer?  That’s a qualification for being unqualified.  Is there really such a job?  May we bless those who walk away from an optimist of disaster?   When he speaks, I put corks in my ears and I bottle up. Nice Buick, Obama.  Next time leave out the ideology and put in an engine.  “Pragmatism,” said the wise man.  “Concepts,” said the clueless. “Brother” said Obama to his penniless cousins.  “Fair share” said the homeless man standing outside the White House as Obama went by in a stream of limos.

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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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