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T'was the night before elections | Bugout Alley
Thursday 23rd March 2017,
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T’was the night before elections

T’was the night before elections

It sounds cliche, but the November 2012 contest between Barack Obama and Mit Romney is the most important election of our lifetime.  Another four years of Barack Obama would further entrench socialized medicine, the possibilities of a nuclear Iran would be horrific when coupled with our big cuts in national defense, not to mention the fact that the proportion of Americans living off the government is nearing some “tipping point” in which the workers are outnumbered by the loafers.  Clement Clarke Moore, the author of the classic “T’was the night before Christmas”, who was famous for officiating the inauguration of George Washington, would enjoy the 2012 election parody created from his poem.

T’was the night before elections,
And all thru’ the town,
Tempers were flaring
Emotions ran up and down.
I, in my bathrobe
With a cat in my lap,
Had shut off the TV,
tired of political crap.
When all of a sudden,
There arose such a noise,
I peered out my window,
Saw Obama and his boys
They had come for my wallet,
They wanted my pay
To hand out to others
Who had not worked a day!
He snatched up my money,
And quick as a wink,
Jumped back on his bandwagon
As I gagged from the stink.
He then rallied his henchmen
Who were pulling his cart.
I could tell they were out
To tear my country apart!
‘On Fannie, on Freddie,
On Biden and Ayers!
On Acorn, on Pelosi’
He screamed at the pairs!
They took off for his cause,
And as they flew out of sight,
I heard him laugh at a nation
Who wouldn’t stand up and fight!
So I leave you to think on this one final note…
IF YOU DON’T WANT SOCIALISM GET OUT AND VOTE !!!!
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