Tag: satire

Couplets: “King of the Expedient”

If Trump banishes Mueller will Republicans banish him? Offhand I’d say the odds are much skinnier than slim. It’s going to take some form of electoral disobedience To evict a president who demands we pledge allegiance To him, to him, to him, to him, to him, to him–to Him! (“Fake news” if he should lose, for truth is but his whim: He may have … Read More Couplets: “King of the Expedient”

Couplets: “Tillerson, late of State . . .”

By John Frederick Kaufman Tillerson, late of State, was fired by a tweet From the president, our “moron” (cheek!) As he was called, reportedly, by Till- erson, undiplomatically, but still . . .

Couplets: “It Was a Dark and STORMY Day”

Within the White House the forecast is “Stormy.” But the president swears that NOTHING porny Ever happened with that woman hushed With money that had NOTHING to do with slush. Lawyers pay off porn stars all the time Right before elections . . . with their own dime Without the knowledge of the one was horny, Don’t they?  No fury like a woman named … Read More Couplets: “It Was a Dark and STORMY Day”

Couplets: “Trump’s Spin Cycle”

Trump’s Spin Cycle “There is no Chaos, only great Energy!” Said the guy trapped in the washing machine.

Introducing Rhymed Couplets in honor of the Trump Administration . . .

“Tough Love” Trump will issue tariffs in “a very loving way.” (He thinks that we will love him even when we lose our pay.)