Stanley Cooper

Rookie - 20 Points (August 4th,1926 / New York City)

About George Dubbyah Bush - Poem by Stanley Cooper

He is the very model of a man not presid-ent-i-al
Compared to politicians, he is quite quint-essent-i-al
His faith-based proclamations, though completely rever-ent-ial
Are Constitution-all-y mis-placed and completely non-essent-i-al


Talents less inspired by warring con-front-a-tion
Must most certainly be found in our nation's pop-ul-a-tion
Appointed to his office by a voting ab-err-a-tion
His leadership, so called, is a total abom-in-ation

November two, two o-o-four, let's hope we feel del-i-cious-ly
With George removed from office by a margin most con-spi-ciously
This ouster vote will not at all come about cap-ric-ious-ly
Good citizens will have reckoned it, be certain, most jud-i-cious-ly

Florida appointed him to office in a vote most art-ific-ially
His presidential D.C. stay was purely accid-ent-i-ally
His stint as Chief Executive, was a failure most abys-mally
So good riddance to you Dubbyah, stay in Texas resid-ent-ally

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 9, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, July 12, 2010


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