Swampyville's - "Pop! Goes the People"
July 15, 2012
Swampyville's - You're the Poet!
Fill in the below blanks with the following words or use your own words.
Keeple, people, people, people, people, people, sheeple, sleazle, sleeple, teeheekle.
Pop! Goes the People! By L. Don Oliver
All around the tax tree, Politicians propagandize the _; Politicians get what they've planned for, Pop! goes the __;
Matters not who's elected, The citizens will always be _, When there comes any glimmer of hope, Pop! goes the __;
Close down all the plants, So none can be _; Send them all overseas, Pop! goes the __;
Several trillion for the Big Boys, One hundred billion for the _; That's where the borrowed money goes, Pop! goes the __;
All around Old Washington Town, The Status Quo's in a ___, The Elite In Crowd continues to laugh, Pop! Goes the ___;
DICTATORSHIPS* USE THE PREVALENT ATTITUDES OF THE TIMES TO GAIN COMPLETE CONTROL OF THE PEOPLE; WHETHER IT BE, LIBERAL, MODERATE OR CONSERVATIVE!
*Dictatorship: A Government/Country in which absolute power is held by a Dictator and/or a "Clique"!
American Horse (Our Government) By L. Don Oliver
By destiny compelled, and in despair; The people grew tired, of their ensnare;
Weary of the promises, they were made; And for the bounty, that they had paid;
So they said, to those who were in doubt; Together we must throw, the corrupted ones out;
The people went forth, in their quest; Of the unlistening ones, they would divest;
By Political pry, an object was reared; A steed of monstrous height, soon appeared;
It's sides were all masked, in watery clay; There inside, is where the corrupted lay;
Secretly they plotted, it was their plan; All the people of the town, they would scam;
When the object was raised, above the town; It crushed the walls, and they tumbled down;
Off into the distance, the corrupted fled; Leaving that town, they had thoroughly bled;
And when the event, of morning had dawned; That town's prosperity, had all been pawned;
All this by design, for political fraud of source; So never trust their promises, nor admit their horse;