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Commander-in-Sloth

Donald Trump says exercise Is unimportant. No surprise That even curiosity About his nation’s history Is rarely roused; there’s little doubt His presidency won’t work out.

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‘Twere Well It Were Done Quickly

It’s been a week, I know, but take a breath. Just three more days remain ’til dusty death! If you’re depressed about the mess The country’s in, take heart: It’s less Than Scotland suffered under King Macbeth!

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Commander-in-Chef

Finally, a Special Proc! An outside chef to stir the crock Of steaming, stinking venal stew. Too bland? Drop in another shoe.

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The Simplest Explanation

Maybe there’s a master plan– An unrevealed intelligence– Behind the actions of this man. Can anybody be this dense? If this is rope-a-dope, I’m caught; If he’s a player, we’ve been played, But Occam’s Razor says it’s not And we’re … Continue reading

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Loyalty Oath

The oath I swore–which you did, too– Specifically was not to you, But to the U.S. Constitution. (Art. II, § 4: One solution.)

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Sonnet 45

My president is nothing like the sun: He’s far from bright, though shadows does he cast; If truth is beauty, he’s an ugly one; If beards be lies, he wears out razors fast. I have seen some whom I with … Continue reading

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Boy George

George Washington was said to be The acme of integrity, The proof of which was, when a vandal Chopped a cherry tree, the scandal Never had a chance to brew Before the culpa you-know-who: “Father,” said young Master George, “’Twas … Continue reading

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