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The Unknown Candidate
by D. Kenneth Ross

Saturday, October 04, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I said I wasn't a poet!

 

 

 

The Candidate Who Never Was:

 

This guy was somethin, wow!

From Chi city to D-See in no time, yeow

sat in the U eZ senut for onesome years

and immediates run the flag up for peers.

Lookame, gonna be the prez,

s’what he says!

 

Beets the (pants?) offa Cleentone,

Man whooz iz thees cabrone?

Come outta nowayah,

somebodeez gone payah,

yeahah, yeahah, yeahah!

 

World watch heavy duty,

all wonders who da whooty,

But where’s the Media from

New York to Santa Cruz?

they been takin a four year Snooz.

 

Written by: Dee. Kabenneth the Ross

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Glenda Bixler 10/5/2008
Comment: Interesting thoughts...probably more informative than most of what we hear or read...
Reviewed by D. Kenneth Ross 10/5/2008
georg, take the h out of right, you got grit, take felt out of left, you got nothing. My wife and I raised six out of seven kids, hers, ours, the seventh one, at 63, has always contributed to the family too. We have eighteen grandchildren, three great grnds, and the only socialism we practice is within our family of Mexican, Filipino, Jamaican, Vietnamese, Jewish, Caucasian, Afro, Iranian, etc, etc. We can all spit, with or without a village to raise us. As a military vet, I had a dad and have two sons who are, I know you saw some heavy duty shit go down, but, brother and friend, to think it was all our fault is a total miscarriage of honesty. You nor anyone will convince me you can remove profits and competition from any society and it will run smoothly, but keep adding social programs and you will fall over. Again, socialism always turns into communism and cannot live with capitalism, the one ingredient that is needed for any society. Socialism and Communism can only be enforced not nurtured.
Love and good thoughts Dave R.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 10/5/2008
To play tennins one must have one at the right and the other at the left, the one on the right playing alone is called Capital Dictature, the one on the left playing alone is called Communism, a normal everyday guy can't live with any of them, for that Nike has a whole collection of running shoes.
And don go spitting at a cleentone if you don't want to be spitted back, thinking of that, lamas don't need a reason, they just spit!

Georg
Reviewed by Selene Skye 10/4/2008
eclectic verbal dance! wonderful and unique!



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