A poem by Russ Vaughn.
Our favorite Screaming Eagle Poet writes to The Blog from the Core again.
How liberals do defy the mind
For nothing in theirs can we find,
That willingly will look with reason
At how their man committed treason:
Skulked off to Paris, this effete,
To grovel at the Madame's feet,
Betraying his sworn officer's oath
To become the turncoat we so loathe.
Our law is clear: you shall not treat
With America's foes nor their cadres meet;
Give aid nor comfort to enemy forces
Nor espouse a view from hostile sources.
Without a mandate from the state
Wherefrom your right to negotiate?
'Twas treason, John, and is treason still
To this very day your unpaid bill.
Don't try to hide behind your youth.
You knew the law, you knew the truth.
You knew your faux negotiation
Would further tear our war-torn nation.
And all for what, John, your career
So you can shameless brazen here,
And claim now that you're fit to lead
The very nation you made bleed?
And yet before us there you stand:
With medals blazing you demand
Such treachery we must ignore,
Your treason that lost us our war.
But hold on, John, we veterans say,
You had your turn, now comes our day.
You thought we slept, forgot your crime?
Oh no, John boy, it's come our time.
Some say let you apologize,
But that won't do it in our eyes.
A man astride of each position
Could we believe your true contrition?
The vindication we'll accept
In settling up this long-held debt
Is each of us will do his best
To deny you, John, your lifelong quest.
Listen carefully, John, to what we say:
November 2d is Veterans' Day.
2d Bn, 327th Parachute Infantry Regiment
101st Airborne Division
I think it's going to turn out that John Forbes Kerry lost his bid for the presidency on April 22, 1971.
See also these.
[Follow-up: "Their Veterans' Day".]
Lane Core Jr. CIW P Tue. 09/07/04 07:03:16 AM
Categorized as John Kerry & Literary.