A poem in four stanzas,
because why write a long one,
if a short one can sum it up,
just about as well,
and take less time,
and effort, frankly,
I mean both to write,
and to read;
so four should work out well enough,
for both of us,
and I hope you think so, too,
even though I suppose I could,
think of ways to make it longer,
if I thought it needed to be,
but here it is now,
before I may be tempted to write more;
I think by now you may appreciate it,
I mean at least appreciate its brevity,
that is unless you think it’s too long, now;
but if you think it is too long,
please don’t bother to tell me,
because it would take too long to shorten it,
for both of us.
And so I dedicate the following opus to Jenn, otherwise known as @sowhatrusaying. What I’m saying is, I found her being harassed in Twitter as a “#niggerizer” – yeah, let me say that again.
Our lovely compatriot Jenn (see just below) was called a “#niggerizer,” for being critical of Barack Obama and presumably his globalist Marxist policies. Just think of what it must be like, to be a young black woman who is an outspoken, pro-authentic-American (we patriots should get to be double-hyphenated-Americans, after all) conservative.
I will put a screen capture of that abusive tweet, down below my little poem – below all four stanzas.
I hate Obama’s hues, don’t you?
I hate both hues because I love,
Makes me a racist, yes I am,
Our place? Right under God, you see.
And here is that tellingly absurd tweet to Jenn. It is a shame but not really a surprise that it comes from an area of Wisconsin where there is a significant union presence. There is a long history of Marxist union control in my state of residence. It was infamous for that in the early 20th Century – no wonder Appleton’s own Joe McCarthy was on his ear and no wonder the John Birch Society settled here – and lately it is again.
Let those who love the Lord hate evil,
for he guards the lives of his faithful ones
and delivers them from the hand of the wicked.
Love must be sincere.
Hate what is evil; cling to what is good.
Psalm 97:10; Romans 12:9; New International Version 1984