Archive for June 18th, 2008
After last evening’s phone call from an offspring, I suddenly discover that family (see photo) will be descending from out of town this evening. This is good news for us, not so good news for my blogging habit.
And yet there is a political poem just penned….an open poem to the next president, no matter who the globalists decide to install in the White House. They are, as we know, the Deciders–yet still I must ask:
In Politics it’s always good
to keep yourself misunderstood
campaign Atlantic to Pacific
just don’t be over specific
play your cards close to your chest
and don’t reveal your fondest quest
until you’re in then none can fuss
(it’s not as if you’re one of us)
so hold fast to your power dreams
ignore it when your nation screams
we’re undermined and oversold
and wonder where you’ve put our gold
In Politics it’s pocket-lining
power’s sun is always shining
White House turning shades of gray
so how much more is there to say
except will you be friend or foe?
Constituents would like to know.
~~:~~ The 2008 Summer Solstice Page has now been updated. You’ll find it second on the Pages list.