Joe Rosochacki


Judas Iscariot Relived Poem by Joe Rosochacki


Back probably a year ago,
The Governor of New Mexico had pursued the presidency,
Bill Richardson through his hat in,
But the President-Elect was named Barack,
Bill has his eye for Secretary of State in Obama’s cabinet,
Never to materialize because of the Hillary influence.
Instead he was picked by the President-Elect to be nominated for Secretary
-of Commerce,
It must’ve been just then Bill went on the attack.
Now two weeks away from the inaugural day his appointed went up in flames,
One has to ponder the affect Richardson’s backing of Obama,
when he did not back Hillary.
Bill Richardson was called Judas Iscariot by Clintonista loyalists,
Could this be a possible quid pro quo that Bill Clinton had in mind?
Of course there will no investigation of this matter.
Bill Clinton is not like Jesus, Jesus forgave,
Bill Clinton is anything but forgiving and forgetting.
Bill Richardson is not going to play along with the Clinton’s as far as they are concerned.

(1-5-08)

Submitted: Tuesday, May 05, 2009

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