Sharia and Obama – A Match Made in Hell



Mama Mia, Obama likes Sharia

Law and he ignores freedom of expression

Because he labels  Republicans apostates

Like they are intestate fools and right wingers

Who bully forgotten wills on ideological failures;


Just ask Howard Dean,

He’s a closed minded zinger,

A screamer,

An appeaser for absent apologies,

An excuse that falls to the ground like America

Has become a joke in a puddle,

In a muddle of fascist screaming,

Of failed exceptionalism.


Sharia amputates limbs.

Obama castrates America’s power on the misguided

Notion that we are the problem

Not the solution.


Sharia Obama, I’ll see you in the history books

Where you will look like the mistake you are,

A stamp on the envelope of the future

Witnessing that though you are progressive

We progressed nowhere but behind a fence of words


That tripped us up in the barbed wire

Of socialist intentions;

Your Sharia keeps me late like the principal kept me

In high school detention.


Obama, I’d prefer not to see ya;

Disappear into your version of Sharia and jihad.

I wouldn’t want to be ya,

I couldn’t remember all your lies

Or disguise myself as a goody goody guy.

You are a Democrat in the sky with taxable diamonds

But no Lucy,

No Beatles,

No magic,

Just bullying your opponents with fake speeches

And peaches of rhetoric.


You pretend that you love the middle class

But have jets, limos, mansions, suites at your disposal.

You are like Stalin presiding over bread lines

While you eat at the St. Regis with four private chefs.

You are an Arab Sheik.

You have merged communist law with Sharia.

When you give your lying speeches I’d rather not see ya.

I wouldn’t want to be ya.

Disappear into your big ears and the years of a failed president.

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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 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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