Herbert Nehrlich

Rookie (04 October 1943 / Germany)

America Is So Much Bigger...... - Poem by Herbert Nehrlich

As desperation really strikes
McCain and comrades, well the likes
of what has bled this country dry
by looking earnest, aiming high
are scheming how to fool the folks
but chances are the geezer croaks
and, naturally, she steps in
while wearing nothing but a grin.
Behind the scenes, there's panic now
they ask each other, what and how
can be created to derail
the Kenyan Muslim, he must fail,
nursed in the living room back then
by two-head monsters, breasted men
and fed, in later years by those
who sneer at any Jewish nose
inferring, ('twas subliminal)
an Arab is a criminal.
Suggestion now, from inner ranks:
Let's nationalize all US banks
and take their money, throw it at
that phony, dark-skinned alleycat,
I'm speaking off the record though
we need to land a body blow
and decency left on a train,
what can we do to save McCain?
The meeting closes with a sacking,
a fellow absolutely lacking
but not in decency but style
has used the Hitler greeting HEIL,
great man he should have known that fear
can be prevented by veneer,
you say what decent folks demand
but keep the substance rather bland
yes, promises are for the sheep
no need to really ever keep
it's words tha motivate the crowds
just point their eyes up to the clouds
they'll see the silver and the gold
admire you, for being bold
and place the banner on each bus:
Hail John McCain, he's one of us.
Back to the fellow who got fired,
his thoughts had been so much admired,
he posted in the Phoenix Star
(and raised another fascist bar) :

America is so much bigger,
don't vote though for a Kenyan Nigger.

Epilog:

Convinced you will not hear this phrase?
It's early days, it's early days.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 13, 2008



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