Category: politics

Trump's gag rule stifles democracy

  I’m beginning to think Mr. Trump is afraid Of freedom of press and of those in the trade. He won’t have news sessions To answer their questions For fear that he’ll step on the land mines he’s laid.     SO SAD!!!!!!!!!!

No one deserves a lump of Trump for Christmas

  Dear Santa, We don’t deserve Trump in our stocking. Are we being punished for all of our mocking? But instead of our ruing, It’s time to start doing Whatever it takes to give Trump a defrocking.        

It's a Wonderful Life without Trump

  Christmas movies, they claim, that are sappy Will uplift you and make your heart happy. So watch Stewart as  Bailey And you won’t feel so wailey Thinking what Trump may do that is crappy.      

Trump would have been Mrs. Malaprop's favorite president

  Trump’s not a grammarian proper and prim; In the sense of semantics he misses the rim. Perhaps he was tired When this tweet was fired. Nonetheless I would like to unpresident him.  

Trump: the triumph of fake news

  There are Rush, Alex Jones, Breitbart, Fox Who have fed pseudo-news to their flocks. And these misguided sheep In the dark took a leap And elected a head full of rocks.

Trump's Department heads foreshadow his policies

  In his cabinet Trump has these crony recruits: Generals, billionaires, Goldman Sachs suits. It appears on our soil He’ll be drilling for oil And on other grounds putting our boots.

Comey: a Republican shill?

  Back when it happened it really did throw me. Just before the election that stunt by James Comey. His inquiry’s hintin’ Of mischief by Clinton Was the blatant  exploit  of a  GOP homey.

Should the Democrats cooperate with Trump at all?

  Say Republicans now in their cants To the Democrats: “Give Trump a chance.” But when it was Barack, They conspired to block Without ever a  compromise stance.

Shameless Romney grovels for Secretary of State

  “Here’s what I know. Donald Trump is a phony, a fraud. His promises are as worthless as a degree from Trump University.”  [Mitt Romney]  To be part of Trump’s cabinet, Mitt Has abandoned his tenets for it. I guess his convictions Were self-serving  fictions And whatever he said illegit.

The bridges we needed to build were just Trumped

  The election was jaw-dropping, stunning; It’s too painful for me to look back. There’s good reason that scared we are running; As the future we try to unpack.