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September 6, 2006
Strong? Then You're Wrong! (a poem)
Strong? Then You're Wrong!
It's an unchallenged truth among liberal youth, Media pundits and professors sagacious,
That those who are strong are inherently wrong;
Having clout always makes one mendacious.
To moonbats so dour mere possession of power
Makes all who possess it just meanies,
A belief that hard rests in their little left breasts,
And under their propellered tin beanies.
Their second persuasion is to flip the equation,
Truth and virtue only come from the poor.
If it's truth that you seek, you must look to the weak;
Their transgressions you simply ignore.
Victimized by their bosses and other root causes,
They must all be absolved of all error
And there lies my friend, from beginning to end,
The Liberal view of world terror.
Israel's strong and it's evil, causing constant upheaval,
Heartless Jews murdering Muslim civilians.
Little Satan's the giant, bloodthirsty, defiant,
Armed and armored with American billions.
Cold—blooded invaders, these Jewish Crusaders
Ever expanding their Zionist borders,
Making Islam their minion, Arab lands their dominion,
All done under Great Satan's orders.
Because we're both strong, both our countries are wrong,
No matter how vicious our foes.
If they slaughter and maim us, the Left's sure to blame us,
As their fauxtography graphically shows.
So consider the source, they're all moonbats of course;
Thank goodness they're all Democrats,
Easily brought to attention at the Dems' next convention,
They'll be the ones in the shiny tin hats.
Russ Vaughn 9 07 06