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Diary    H3'ed 12/1/19

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Marble Balls,

Robert Cogan after Enya,

Marble Halls I dream as I work in marble halls,

With vassals and serfs at my side,

And of all I've assembled within these walls,

That I am the hope and the pride.

I have tax loses so great to hide,

can boast

Of a plutographic fawning name;

But I also dream, which pleases me most,

That America loves me still the same...

That America loves me, loves me still the same,

That America loves me, loves me still the same.

I dream that dictators seek my hand;

That fundraisers upon bended knee,

With vows no billionaire could withstand,

They pledge their faith to me;

And I dream that pieces of ass of Hollywood's host

Came forth my dick to claim.

But I also dream, which charms me most,

That America loves me still the same...

That America loves me, loves me still the same,

That America loves me, loves me still the same.

I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls

With CEO's and lawyers at my side

And all who assembled within these walls

Did my bidding though not fair or square

Since I was their hope and their pride.

I dreamt I was a billionaire

I'd got each cent both fair and square.

My father self-built a guiltless business

No luck or corruption of the state

Played the slightest part in my fate

I'll give only what I choose to spare

There's no such thing as a "fair share."

With Congress lackeys at my becks and calls

I have them by their campaign finance balls.

 

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I could be Bernie Sanders older brother by similarity. I was born in Manhattan, 1940, he, about a year later, in Brooklyn. I too am a white male American. A retired college professor of philosophy. We both were born of Jewish parents. I was (more...)
 

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