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The Bush Bashers of Boston

Demythologizing the Democratic Dream Team.

by Greg Asimakoupoulos
July 30, 2004

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In old bean town
they made their rounds
while leaning to the left.
Those White House bound
can brown-nose well
appearing almost deft.

Both John and John
will carry on
Edwardian in looks.
Their only theme
is bashing Bush
and painting George a crook.

And did you hear?
They made it clear.
At last they're for the war.
At least for now
that is their tact.
But change may be in store.

And if it comes,
I won’t be stunned.
Their first-this now-that ways
are well rehearsed.
They change their minds
unflinching and unfazed. 


[Editor's Note: Be sure to read today's bonus Rhymes and Reasons by Greg Asimakoupoulos - Learning from the Earnings King - The 'Jeopardy' champion's secret applies to life.]

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Michael H. Thomson from Merritt Island, Florida writes:
July 30, 2004
If your poetical campaign editorial is on target, then we have a campaign where two sets of liars are pitted against each other, don't we?

Kerry, Cheney, Bush, and Edwards. All millionaires - Kerry a flip-flopper, Cheney making all kinds of profits from Halliburton in his blind trust, Bush a documented liar on WMD - an avowed so-called Christian who believes in right to life but has the blood of American youth on his hands as a result of his lies. Edwards - a trial lawyer - whose only sin is making millions representing victims of greedy HMO's.

What is the Left? What is the Right? It seems to me that both are brands we put on people to justify our hating them.

Question: Mr. Asimakoupoulos, are the Republicans at their convention NOT going to bash John Kerry? Or when they do it are they right because they're RIGHT? What hypocrisy!



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