Monday, February 06, 2006

Allen Freeman, Political Genius



The Mockingbird has sponsored a Haiku Contest in honor of our Congresswoman. Here are just a few entries. Feel free to submit your own in our comments section.

Standing in the well
Brain failure, mouth gaping wide
Seventies Gymnast

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Every time she speaks
Portman's legacy trampled
Save us McEwen

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And now, a limmerick:

There once was a girl from Clermont
Who could buy anything she did want
But she bought a red dress
Oh! What a mess.
Quick! To Iraq, she did jaunt.

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Got a better one? Submit it in the comments section.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Tim Rudd said...

These poems are pathetic. The first two don't even rhyme, you idiot.

And if you ever post another picture of me on your web site, I'll sue you, you little bastard!

Sincerely yours,

Timothy Rudd
Clermont County Chairman

February 06, 2006  
Anonymous Dan Bubp said...

Hello my name is Dan
I really am my own man
For when Schmidt opens her trap
And lies spew from her yap
I quietly tell everyone I can.

February 06, 2006  
Anonymous Jennifer Black said...

Dan Bubp's career is all through
He did something he should not do
He called my sister a liar
And said her pants are on fire
Maybe someday I'll run for Congress too.

February 06, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Overheard at Hamilton County Central Committee meeting

Bull Schmidt it seems so prevelant
Her Coffee & Conversations are irrelevant.
She acts like she is so proper
But SNL was a real show stopper
In May she faces Bob
82 days & she's out of a job

February 08, 2006  

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