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Good morning Amerika! 1
by JASMIN HORST E. P. SEILER

Sunday, July 05, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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This is serious stuff my friends, as always, it starts with the small things first, and progresses from there doesn't it?


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In the news today,
Obama had his way,
A little fly did slay,
He’s no Albert Schweitzer, is he friends?
So callously a life he ends,
With his own hands too to boot,
The image of a brut,
Young children so will learn,
Quickly points you earn,
You slap what’s in your way,
And this way have your say,
The devil made him do it, so I think,
The buzzing brought him to the brink,
He did forget its true ,
He would for problems sue,
My friend at PETA, Ingrid,
Had witnessed what he did,
And then to his dismay,
Some awful things would say,
How you’re perceived, you have to worry,
No good to say then, that you’re sorry,
Important in this day and age,
 
And when you’re holding centre stage,
To show the world you’re in command,
Drones you need, tell Mr. Gates,
If another time a fly awaits,
Be more sensitive my friend,
Before another life you end. ©
05/07/2009

 

 


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Reviewed by Jerry Engler 7/25/2009
Good to have you back, Jasmin.It's no surprise that a man who would countenance the butchering of human babies would also kill a fly. Since no nation in history has ever developed abortion as a policy without eventually also adapting euthanasia as policy, it can only make you wonder when he will get to us old duffers. Perhaps he already is since some proponents of national health care say the elderly shouldn't be eligible for some services to extend life. It is only a small jump from wanton killing of animals to wanton killing of humans. A man who kills innocent humans already should be a very questionable leadership choice for those who want humane treatment of animals..........Jerry
Reviewed by Jon Willey 7/6/2009
it is vital for any who desire to lead, to follow two simple principles -- you must, "mean what you say, and say what you mean" --you must not only, "talk the talk, you must walk the walk" -- this is where would be leaders always falter, for most are narcissistic, elitist -- because of the disingenuousness of their rhetoric, they fail at the pragmatic level -- my sense on the matter Jasmin -- peace and love my friend -- Jon Michael
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/6/2009
I think I fault him more for bringing a pure-bred, breeder bred, dog into the White House, and ignoring his promise to rescue a shelter dog. And as you say, people copy his actions. There is already a clamor for more Portugese Water Dogs, while millions of adorable shelter dogs remain homeless.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 7/6/2009
By KKK standards (K-nife K-ill K-alamazoonians) whacking a fly doesn't have a chapter on PETA's little black book, so, Mr. President Obaba was in his rights to do so until the KKK says otherwise!

Georg

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