Joe Rosochacki


A Suicide, Politicians and Cover-Ups, Oh My!


It’s sad about murders that go unsolved because they are considered suicides.
Deborah Jeane Palfrey had committed ‘suicide’ for being the DC Madam.
Marilyn Monroe committed ‘suicide’ be she was depressed.
But let us look below the surface of the water for the rip tides.
Ms. Palfrey was to tell all to the highest bidder.
Her Blackberry or her software listed the ‘johns’ that utilized her escort service.
Senators, defense people, and deputy Secretary of State to name a few.
Senator David Vitter, Harlan Ullman, (the creator of ‘Shock and Awe’ in Iraq) ,
And Randall L. Tobias, who knew?
That the tax payer money was used to get massages by hand, from a model age miss.
“Happy Birthday Mr. President” is what Marilyn sang to Jack Kennedy.
She sang that to Bobby too!
She had gone in to a depression,
When Jack and Bobby told her they can’t see her anymore.
They considered a political obstruction.
It was alleged that she would blow the whistle on their extramarital affairs,
She wouldn’t dare.
She was dead before she had blown the whistle.
Both of these deaths are liable to get shoved aside,
Did Palfrey or Monroe commit suicide?
With some help.

(5-1-2008)

Submitted: Thursday, May 07, 2009

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