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Robert Founder


JFK Jr’s Hate America Poem


Imagine yourself at age 15,
And you the son of a President
Of the United States of America.

Would you have written this hymn of hate,
About the country your father served in war,
And the country he died for in Dallas?

Does this say what a Democrat is?
No wonder God took his life
Before he could further ruin this country

This poem of his was written
To be sung to the tune of
“America the Beautiful”

“Oh lovely land of racial lies,
Of crooked ways to fame,
From Kent State to Sharon Tate
We’re proud to bear thy name.

America, America, God spared his grace on thee.
From atom bombs to nuclear arms be proud of U.S.A.
And though you’re bad, we love you mad
You taught us right and wrong

Just look at Vietnam and the trouble that we cause
America, America God looks at us from high
To guide us by our forefathers cry,
Just like Jerry Ford.”

Submitted: Wednesday, April 01, 2009

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  • Scott Daniels (4/11/2009 10:04:00 PM)

    i liked the message you're getting across and i thought the idea used was innovative. I can't really give you any constructive criticism as I think you've a greater understanding of poetry than I. (Report) Reply

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