O Anna Niemus

Alito Killed The Biggest Whales, Rove The Smallest Doves - Poem by O Anna Niemus

Alito thought his votes male
the ones killing endangered big whales
while Cheney and Cornyn scotched
netreleased cage raised quail
Descartes dogs did impale
onto lab tables with nails.
Dole-funded tanks smashed
mammals and birds trees and snails.
After voting for bombs
Hatch wrote lyrics for songs.
Huckabee Brownback Romney
stripped animals of their body gloves
McCain bombed people animals and
trees from jetplanes high above
McCain voted to club the seals
Where is his love?
while animal bomber Karl Rove
killed small defenseless doves

Alito broke his promise
and twice did refuse
re Vanguard butchers' lawsuits
himself to recuse

Alito is a justice of the US Supreme Court, one who
has not been elected, one who was nominated by an unelected Bush
and ratified by a fraudulent Senate with at least 6 Diebold senators
(Diebold was the most frequently used company for vote fraud.)

Karl Rove was considered George Bush's master tactician

Vanguard is a mutual funds group invested heavily in war, slaughterhouses

Cornyn is a senator from Texas

Cheney is the unelected vice president

Dole is a senator from North Carolina who has voted money
to bomb the babies of Baghdad and Basra

Huckabee Brownback and Romney were Republican candidates
.... all supported war and animal slaughter.

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  • (8/23/2008 9:05:00 AM)

    The sad truth of modern politicians... great poem (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2008

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