There Once Was a Man From New York…

There once was a man from New York
Whose antics of hate seemed to work
He foamed and he spit
A load of bullshit
We need to find a REALLY YUUGE cork

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There once was a pasty white Hoosier
Who fancied himself a bit of a bruiser
It was quite plain to see
By his misogyny
That he was really just a big Loser.

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There once was a far-right crusade
To undo the laws already made
Health care and choice
(despite a majority voice)
They really just need to get laid.

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There once was a man named Mike Pence
For whom the law made no sense
As Roe vs. Wade shows
And every woman knows
That choice was a right from thence.

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There once was a conservative male
Whose laws went beyond the pale
He tried to restrict
But a federal district
Said, uh-uh, The Constitution’s NOT up for sale.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Well done. I would assume that the limerick is an appropriate medium for these two – they’re the Neanderthal type who surely spent a lot of time writing X-rated ones on bathroom walls.

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