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Ouch! Seven short poems about the presidential candidates

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Here for your amusement are seven admittedly rough-hewn and scraggy short poems about each of the presidential candidates.

I have links at the end to document some of the hardest-to-believe claims in the poems.

Just so you know, I'm a Ron Paul supporter, so my poem about him reflects that bias.

Permission is granted to reproduce any or all of these, as long as you give me (James W. Harris) credit.

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MCCAIN: A MILLION YEARS OR SO

McCain says he'll get us out of Iraq.

He has announced his plan.

He says it may take a million years or so.

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And then, of course, there's Iran.

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MITT ROMNEY

Tied his dog

To the roof of his car

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Then drove for hours

Fast and far.

The terrified beast

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JAMES W. HARRIS has published hundreds of articles in publications including THE NATION, REASON, THE FREEMAN and many more. He is editor of THE LIBERATOR ONLINE, the email newsletter of the Advocates for Self-Government, with over 70,000 (more...)
 

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