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What Difference Does it Make?



Muslims could have been other than radicals.

Black Lives Matter could have been other than cop killers.

I wish I  had been born previously.

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Nice form.

You can do it quick.

Like intercourse.

Time to screw the opponents.


This century fits me like a tight Prada suit.

It looks good but it squeezes my balls.

I can’t breathe the air of political correctness

Or break the fingers of liberal ideology.


It’s not that I hate Democrats but that they hate me

So much that they expose their bitterness

And make me hate them back.


You ever hear Hillary complain about Republicans?

She is a southerner trying to whip plantation slaves.

The Democrats fought for slavery.

Lincoln was Republican.

Blacks are suckers when they suck up to Democrats.


The dead in Benghazi  sit around a card table

And wonder why Hillary is still alive?

Is she a joker

Or just the woman that laughed at their deaths?


What difference does it make?

Four Americans dead and Bill sleeping in each and every bed.


It doesn’t make a difference if life doesn’t matter.

Even the condemned on death row beg for a life sentence.



Will Hillary say about cops killed by thugs in Black Lives Matter,

“What difference does it make?”


What difference does, “What difference does it make?”

It doesn’t eradicate the indifference of politicians who pretend

That they care only if they are liberals looking

For self-approval and votes.


The difference that it makes is chaos or civilization.

Our children murdered in the streets by the angry self-righteous

With rhetorical sugar cubes in their mouths.

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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 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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