Tea PartyA Poem by Kenneth S.
The tea party,
not from Boston,
occupies the meeting halls and such,
bent upon turning this land of the free
and the home of the brave into a
but is that a fair conclusion to draw?
Rushdoony is not a shape-shifter but
a charlatan that wraps his cross and
Bible in the American colors,
and the pursuit of happiness
only apply to those that subscribe
to the correct Christian dogma and dialect,
in other words,
unitarians are not allowed,
neither are universalists,
agnostics and atheists,
they would be banned
before the passage of the
Civil Rights Act,
the tea party may claim
a libertarian heritage,
but that's on the economic
side yet the social issue side
might get you a death sentence
if you don't go the right way,
© 2012 Kenneth S.
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Last Updated on June 18, 2012
AboutKenneth S. is an optimist wrapped in the candy shell of moroseness and cynicism. He lives between the two parallels marked 46 and 49, all while living in the state marked 39. He pretends that he reach.. more..