"Ein herr hat der buetel
Andere herr hat der gelt"
Lileks at Newhouse
Mary Katharine Ham
Steven Den Beste
Roger L. Simon
Cut On The Bias
Just One Minute
A Small Victory
Michael J. Totten
Little Tiny Hog On Ice
The American Thinker
Happy Fun Pundit
One Hand Clapping
Little Green Footballs
Eject! Eject! Eject!
Merde in France
On The Third Hand
Day by Day
John Cole Cartoons
The Mighty Nightie
Winds of Change
Tech Central Station
Verse from the Left
Kos & Co
Monday, December 16, 2002
Shut up! Sit down! And bar the door!
You’re not familiar with Albert Gore?
Albert is stuffy, and mean, and driven.
Indifference to Albert is never forgiven.
Multiple persons in Albert may dwell,
As multiply layered as oyster shell.
Albert’s torture is plain on his face,
A need for esteem by the whole human race.
Though Albert exhibits significant talents,
His mind’s the same as his Earth; in the balance.
A desperate mind with a desperate plan,
Our Albert is really a desperate man.
Through changes in ideological clime,
Albert is pandering most of the time.
Albert is blind to the chaos he’d bring,
If we ordered our lives to his anti-growth ring.
If commerce, or trade, or our medicine shakes,
Albert must fix it, whomever it breaks.
Albert denies that a run will occur.
I’m not very certain, my wife has demurred.
In caucus or polling booth let us be sure.
Let’s lose Albert!
posted by Stephen at 7:58 AM | Plink