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I just came across a site that has everything about Obama, from his birth in 1961 right up until November 2, 2012, all researched, all true.  This site can be accessed via www.theobamatimeline.com or www.colony14.net This information (1961 through Obama’s first 100 days) is also in a book entitled, “The Obama Timeline” by Don Fredrick.

Please pass this on to as many people as you can.  People need to open their eyes and see Obama as he really is before they cast their vote on November 6th.  We have to vote this narcissist out of office before he does any more damage.  This site also has a wealth of relevant topics listed on the left side.  Here is a sampling of the true important info you’ll find there…

The Obama Timeline:  Part I (08-04-61 through his first 100 days)

Day 101 Through 11-02-12…

The Obama Timeline II – April 2009 to Present

Here’s the entry from November 2012 (from Day 101 Through 11-02-12).  Links to all the other months are listed below under November 2012.  Educate yourself for this very important election…

At the end of my post here, I added an Obamericks from this site:  “There once was a man named Obama…” that’s a funny must-read, even though Obama is far from being a man.  To me, he’s just some idiot guy in the White House…



The Obama Timeline – Part II

The Doomed Presidency

November 2012

On November 1 DailyCaller.com reports, “Two women from the Dominican Republic told The Daily Caller that Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez paid them for sex earlier this year. In interviews, the two women said they met Menendez around Easter at Casa de Campo, an expensive 7,000 acre resort in the Dominican Republic. They claimed Menendez agreed to pay them $500 for sex acts, but in the end they each received only $100. …It is known that Sen. Menendez has been a regular visitor to the Dominican Republic. On at least one occasion, according to a news account, Menendez has been a guest at the Casa de Campo home of a friend and campaign donor named Salomon Melgen, an ophthalmologist and owner of an eye clinic in Florida.” (Whether the last-minute revelation could cost Menendez the election on November 6 is unknown; he has a double-digit lead over his Republican challenger, Joe Kyrillos.) [39548, 39549, 39550, 39556, 39558, 39592]

According to Gawker.com, a former neighbor who used to live in the Washington, D.C. apartment under Menendez’s, “…he would bring home a different young, attractive lady almost every night, put on a little jazz, and f**k loudly until 3 a.m. ‘We lived below him. …It was outrageous. When it started, we thought it was a one-time thing. But it went on for months—ours and hours of headbanging sex.’ When the Senate was in session, the former neighbor said, Menendez would usually stay at the DC apartment on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings—on weekends, Mondays, and Fridays, he would go back to his New Jersey home. Of those three weeknights, the neighbor said, Menendez usually spent at least two with a constantly rotating gallery of attractive, young, and loud women. …Without fail, the neighbor said, these women would leave Menendez’s apartment at 3 a.m. and get in a cab. ‘My wife would be up because of the noise, and she’d watch them out the window,’ the neighbor said. ‘They were always in like four-inch heels, and it was definitely a different one every time. Different women on back-to-back nights. These were very young, very attractive women.’” [39592]

An NBC/WSJ/Marist poll shows Obama leading Mitt Romney in Iowa 50–44. The poll’s D/R/I is 34/31/34. (Turnout in the 2010 mid-term elections in Iowa was 31/35/34.) In Wisconsin, the poll shows Obama leading Romney 49–46. The D/R/I is 34/29/35. (In the recall election for Governor Scott Walker, the turnout was 34/35/31.) Obama leads in New Hampshire, 49–47, with a 27/26/47 D/R/I. In a University of Iowa poll of likely voters, Romney leads Obama 45–44. (In all the polls Obama’s support among independent voters is way off his 2008 numbers.) [39553, 39554, 39555]

Obama leads Romney 49–46 in a Public Policy Polling survey in Virginia—but the D/R/I is an absurd 43/36/22. (The 2008 turnout in Virginia was 39/33/27.) HotAir.com’s Ed Morrissey writes, “If an incumbent Obama can’t get to 50% in a poll where 43% of the respondents are Democrats in a state where the federal government provides as much of the economy as it does in Virginia, I’d say Obama won’t win the state on Tuesday.) [39559]

At TheBlaze.com Charles C. Johnson speculates that Obama was admitted into Occidental College in Los Angeles as the result of its affirmative action program because he reportedly has less than stellar grades at Punahou School in Honolulu. At the time Obama entered Occidental, the school was setting aside about 33 percent of its financial aid for “Black and Chicano students, who comprise[d] 10.2% of the student body.” According to Johnson, “Associate Dean of Students Yolanda Garcia suggested that the college had been race-norming, or adjusting scores on standardized test to have separate curves for different racial groups.” [39568]

MoneyNews.com reports, “The number of planned layoffs by U.S. firms jumped 41.1 percent in October to the highest level in five months, although the number includes more than 10,000 jobs in U.S.-owned auto plants in Europe, a report said on Thursday. Employers announced 47,724 planned job cuts last month, up from September’s 33,816, according to the report from consultants Challenger, Gray & Christmas. It was the highest level since May.” [39569]

The Ulsterman Report receives a message from the Wall Street insider: “Thought you would be very interested to hear of this. It appears this [Obama aide Valerie] Jarrett creature is quite confident of a victory, and has every intention of making those who opposed her, and her boy, of paying dearly for their seeming crimes against them. As Election Day is nearly upon us, more and more are willing to speak outside the inner circle. Such is the case with this message received by me this morning from a source who has been working for us via Chicago for several months now. Their campaign appears increasingly confident, I assume, due to the now adoring media coverage of their boy’s little march with the commoners following this week’s storm. It has been a revolting display by some in our media has it not? Here then is the most recent report I received our Chicago source. I first passed it along to our mutual friend with no response, so now I pass it along to you in the hopes you deem it worthy to publish as its sharing will serve a related purpose with another I hope to secure a favor from in the very near future. And if you have any concerns regarding the source—don’t. They are being thoroughly protected despite their understandable trepidation. As you have been. And while our friend was clearly upset yesterday with how the storm altered our immediate strategies that were to have concluded this final week of the campaign,  I prefer to believe all is in God’s hands, and if that was to be, then so be it. My efforts remain undiminished, if not my strength.  I hope you share my belief and determination in that regard. That said, there has been movement favoring Obama over the last few days. Such is the reality that we must now deal with and plan accordingly. [Neither] Crying nor profanity will assist in successfully navigating that reality.” [39570]

“A rep from Jarrett office was in today. She gave us a finish line pep talk and then afterwards, heard her saying how Jarrett is very excited about a 2nd term agenda and a big part of that agenda is to punish everyone who opposed them during the first term and the campaign. Strange that everything was ‘Ms. Jarrett wants this, and Ms. Jarrett is looking forward to that.’ You hardly heard Obama’s name mentioned by her which I guess reinforces what people are saying. Valerie Jarrett really is the power in the White House. I know that when her representative showed up it was like royalty was visiting. All the big dogs were lined up to meet her and acting real friendly and they gave us a heads up an hour before and told us we better ‘put on a good show’ while she was here. The part that really stuck out to me was when I overheard the rep say that Jarrett told them, ‘After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay. Congress won’t be a problem for us this time. No election to worry about after this is over and we have two judges ready to go.’ She was talking directly to about three of them. Sr. staff. And she wasn’t trying to be quiet about it at all. And they were all listening and shaking their heads and smiling while she said it. Pretty creepy.” [39570]

“Why are they so confident about winning next week? We aren’t getting any numbers in the office that has any of us knowing Obama will win. It will be close. Jarrett and her people seem so confident. Why is that? Do you have any information on why she is so confident? I’m worried. Benghazi was supposed to play big this weekend. That is what everybody here was bracing for last week. You could really tell the staffers were freaking out. Now nobody is talking about it. Like it was never a concern. Like it never even happened. Don’t you have people to help with that? What happened? You said it was going to be a game changer. I told some others it would be and now I’m kind of hanging out there. Not the only one around here who got a real bad vibe after the Alex thing. Help! Need some good news after today!” (By “the Alex thing” the insider may be referring to the July 2012 death of 29-year-old campaign worker, Alex Okrent. Okrent collapsed in the Chicago campaign office and was later pronounced dead at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. According to the Chicago Tribune, Okrent “had traveled around the country and to the political heights with Obama since volunteering for his U.S. Senate primary race in 2004, but was eyeing this fall’s presidential election as the end.” Okrent’s mother, Lynn Pollak, is a leader of the anti-Israel organization, Jewish Voice for Peace. She is also linked to the Chicago Movement for Palestinian Rights, an affiliate of the terrorist-supporting CAIR. Both Alex Okrent and his sister Abigail Okrent appear on the “Jewish Self-Hating and/or Israel Threatening” (SHIT) List. Abigail Okrent is a member of Jewish Voice for Peace. The results of Okrent’s autopsy were reportedly “inconclusive”—which prompted Internet rumors that he “may have known something.”) [34396, 34397, 34398, 34399, 39570]

In New York City’s Staten Island, borough president James Molinaro tells reporters, “You know, I went to a shelter Monday night after the storm. People were coming in with no socks, with no shoes. They were in desperate need. Their housing was destroyed. They were crying. Where was the Red Cross? Isn’t that their function? They collect millions of dollars. Whenever there’s a drive in Staten Island, we give openly and honestly. Where are they? Where are they? I was at the South Shore yesterday, people were buried in their homes. There the dogs are trying to find bodies. The people there, the neighbors who had no electricity, were making soup. Making soup. It’s very emotional because the lack of a response. The lack of a response. They’re supposed to be here. …They should be on the front lines fighting, and helping the people.” State Senator Andy Lanza says, “It is as the borough president, Jim Molinaro, said, it’s disgusting, it really is. …We’re talking about getting water of the tunnel [in time for the New York City Marathon]. Let’s get the water out of the tunnel tomorrow, let’s get the people out of the water today. There’ve been thousands of people who have been displaced. There are people who are cold, who are hungry, who are without a place to go, and looking for warmth. There are people still trapped. Yet we’re talking about marathons and tunnels. I walked on the rooftop of a house yesterday, I stepped on it because the debris that surrounded it was level with the rooftop. That’s what happened here on Staten Island.” Congressman Michael Grimm adds, “I think this is an example of what infuriates people here on Staten Island. Like Senator Lanza just said, we have people, people still in water. Families displaced, families wondering where their grandparents are. Are they at a shelter? Are they at a hospital? Or are they gone? That’s what we should be focusing on. I think it would be very misguided to have this marathon. I think that the people of Staten Island will see this, unfortunately… as another shot against them, that the City Hall is more worried about getting everything running again for Manhattan and making everything look like it’s back to normal. We’re not back to normal and we’re not going to be back to normal for a long time.” [39571]

New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg citing global warming concerns in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. [39587]

Newsmax.com reports, “With the presidential election expected to hinge on Ohio, the state’s former secretary of state, GOP stalwart Kenneth Blackwell, is warning that a little-known change in the Buckeye State’s absentee-ballot process could lead to a ‘nightmare scenario.’ And that scenario could force the entire country to wait 10 days after the election to find out who will be the next president of the United States. …For the first time in the key swing state’s history, Blackwell says, virtually all Ohio voters this year were mailed an application for an absentee ballot. In previous elections, most Ohio voters had to request an application for an absentee ballot to receive one. The concern is that thousands of Ohio voters may complete the absentee-ballot application and receive an absentee ballot, but not bother to complete and mail in the ballot. Anyone who is sent an absentee ballot—including those who do not complete it and mail it in—and later shows up at the polls on Election Day to cast their ballot in person will be instructed to instead complete a provisional ballot. And under Ohio election law, provisional ballots cannot be opened until 10 days after an election.…As of Oct. 26, Ohio election officials had mailed out 1.3 [million] absentee ballots. Of those absentee ballots, 950,000 had been completed and mailed back in. That leaves some 350,000 absentee ballots that had been requested and sent to voters, but had not yet been received. Ohio voters who requested an absentee ballot, but did not complete it and mail it back in, will not be allowed to vote normally. Explains Blackwell: ‘So they go to the polls and say, ‘I want my ballot.’ And [poll workers] say, ‘Oh, we see you applied for an absentee ballot.’ The voter says, ‘Oh, I changed my mind.’ And they say, ‘That’s well and good, but we have to guarantee that you don’t vote twice. You have to fill out a provisional ballot.’” [39574]

The CBS affiliate in New York City reports, “Con Edison said Thursday that it expects to ‘restore the vast majority of customers who lost power by the weekend of Nov. 10 and 11. The remaining customer restorations could take an additional week more.’” Long lines for gas form in New York and New Jersey at the stations that have electrical power and can pump the fuel. [39575, 39585, 39586]

Obama campaigns at Austin Straubel International Airport in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin. He says, “Here’s the thing, Wisconsin, after four years… you know me by now. You may not agree with every decision I have made. You may be frustrated at the pace of change. But you know what I believe. You know where I stand.” Obama also says, “Al-Qaeda is on the run”—which would be news to the friends and families of the four Americans killed in Benghazi on September 11. [39577, 39579]

Romney campaigns in Roanoke, Virginia. He states, “I know [Obama’s] been trying to figure out some way to suggest he’s got some new ideas because with all these people out of work, with three million more women in poverty today than when he took office, with 15 more million people on food stamps than when he took office, he’s got to find something to suggest it’s gonna be better over the next four years. And so he came up with an idea last week, which is he’s gonna create the Department of Business. I don’t think adding a new chair in his cabinet will help add millions of jobs on Main Street. We don’t need a secretary of business to understand business. We need a president who understands business, and I do. …This isn’t a time for small measures. This is a time for greatness. This is a time for big change, for real change. And that’s why, just as your next senator [George Allen] said, this is a time where from day one he’s gonna make changes. I’m gonna make real changes. I’m going to get this economy going. From day one, we’re making changes.” [39577, 39581, 39582, 39583]

Michelle Obama campaigns in Daytona, Florida. According to WOFL Local reporter Mike Synan, the crowd chants, “Hail Obama!” [39584, 39590]

CBSNews.com reports that “…during the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Mission in Benghazi, the Obama Administration did not convene its top interagency counterterrorism resource: the Counterterrorism Security Group, (CSG). ‘The CSG is the one group that’s supposed to know what resources every agency has. They know of multiple options and have the ability to coordinate counterterrorism assets across all the agencies,’ a high-ranking government official told CBS News. ‘They were not allowed to do their job. They were not called upon.’” The source states, “The response process was isolated at the most senior level. My fellow counterterrorism professionals and I (were) not consulted.” [39588]

Mitt Romney leads Obama 50–47 in a TCJ Research Wisconsin poll  of likely voters. The survey’s D/R/I is 34/34/32. Romney leads among independents 55–41. [39589]

Spectator.org reports, “Former Sen. Fred Thompson today said he was ‘totally disgusted’ by the Obama administration’s handling of the Libya terrorist attack, saying that U.S. officials failed to act ‘while our people were being systematically slaughtered’ at the Benghazi consulate. Speaking at an event sponsored by the free-market group Americans for Prosperity, the former Republican senator from Tennessee invoked his experience nearly 40 years ago as a Watergate investigator, saying that Congress must ‘get to the bottom of’ the administration’s failures in the Sept. 11 incident that left Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans dead in Libya. ‘This is probably the biggest cover-up in American history—and you’re talking to an expert in cover-ups,’ Thompson said.” [39593]

The Ulsterman Report interviews the White House insider, and asks, “Did you read the latest update from [the Wall Street insider]?” The White House insider replies, “What he said was—it doesn’t really concern me.  Don’t care what they think in Chicago now. Don’t care what that b-tch [Valerie] Jarrett is thinking. She don’t know about this stuff either. She has been wrong way more than right. She’s just… if she said that stuff… hell to pay, whatever it was. Hell, that could have been a leak-down test. See who was talking. Where the air’s comin’ out. That dumb f-ck might have just compromised our source by telling you to publish. And you should have asked me about it before you did. Not blaming you here… you’re just following his lead. But it wasn’t smart.” Ulsterman asks, “How about the numbers? We going to lose this thing next week?” Insider: “The vote? Maybe. Not likely. But maybe. There’s always maybe. These sneaky f-cks know how to pad the numbers. We been running the absentee scam for a long time now. Sure they got that ready to go. …Oh, hell… just… you get enough people to go out and get an absentee ballot, then have them show up at the polls too. Simple.  I’ve got a feeling all this early voting push… it’s tied into that. On a bigger scale than I’ve seen. Back in ’92… we took at least four counties that way [for Bill Clinton]. Big counties. Most of it gets flagged… but you still get about 10 or sometimes 20% of those through.” [39594]

“Sh-t son… we all did [cheated]. Both sides. Here and there, yeah. It’s part of it. But these Obama boys… they took it to a whole other level. Votes, donations, deals—it’s a lot more [Vladimir] Putin than it is Clinton. Pay to play… Big Labor… this country never seen it at this level. And it shouldn’t have to, but they got the Senate. Had it locked up. Another firewall for all of them. Everything…every investigation, everything… it died in the Senate. Obama didn’t even have to get involved. …I will say this though… Romney… the Romney campaign. They are about as clean as I’ve seen. And I ain’t sayin’ that just because… you know. It’s the truth. Which is a good thing in a way, but in another way it worries me. Got an ulcer the size of my fist, swear to God… I’d feel better if they played a little more dirty on that end of things. Just for some peace of mind. It’s usually not the candidate who is the campaign crook. It’s… it’s the rest of us. We do the down and dirty, right? But Romney… he’s made it clear the campaign isn’t to go there. …But that don’t mean… a politician don’t win with respect. That’s what the Old Man [Wall Street insider] don’t understand. He should know… he was a mean son-of-a-bitch… you don’t know that part of him, 20 odd years ago… sh*t, he walked it, man. Now… he’s so damn polite! Trying to buy his way in [to Heaven] I suppose… can’t blame him for that. But he knows better—this political stuff… that update he sent you… he don’t know nothin’ about how this all works. A campaign. The internals. The messaging. Buying up the good air time before they do. The leaks. The promises. You got to give to get in this work… and let me tell you, it IS work.” [39594]

The insider notes “…the Benghazi thing… it’s the real deal. I’m talking criminal here. At least administratively. It’s a cover-up. And they know it. Obama, some of them on the Hill… they know it. They have to. All the signs… it’s being buried right now… under that f-cking storm. But that’s not what’s got me so pissed there now… it’s bastards who promise something and then don’t deliver. That sh-t drives me f-cking nuts. I just don’t… how people go and do that… not when the stakes are this high. We’re all bastards… but we love our country, right? That’s where we draw the f-cking line, right? …But apparently not.” Ulsterman asks, “Who broke their promise? I assume they were going to do something on Benghazi.” The insider responds, “Hell yes they were… four of them. Three Rs… one D… well… a sorta D. [That is, three Republicans and possibly independent Joe Lieberman of Connecticut.] They would be doing a press conference right about now. They promised. Told House leadership they were gonna do it. …The main one. Mr. TV… they were Senate. All four. Senators. And f-cking liars. But…” [The White House insider wonders if the Wall Street insider pulled back somewhat and not everything that he could have done.] “He’s done us a hell of a lot of good… I ain’t sayin’ he hasn’t done that… but this Benghazi thing… somethin’ ain’t right here. How those Senators… they just shut it down. Used the storm as an excuse. Not a whole lot of people knew about the press conference [that was never held]. But the Old Man did…” [39594]

Ulsterman and the insider return to the subject of the election. Ulsterman: “You said before… you said Obama only had 7 states locked up. That was it.” Insider: “Yes I did… I’d put that number about 8 now. He’s gained a little ground. Just a bit.” Ulsterman: “You also said Romney landslide.” Insider: “Sure… and I’ll keep on that… if they don’t steal it. Remember, I also told you the only way they win this thing is if they steal it… and that does have me very concerned.” Ulsterman: “What happens right after the election? If Obama loses?” Insider: “Riots.” Ulsterman: “And if Obama wins?” insider: “Riots. …[But] one will be temporary… the other… if Obama wins… it all becomes permanent. The country is done—at least as anything we will recognize. And I ain’t gonna see that happen without a fight. And frankly… I say we win this thing next week. And you should be a part of that. Don’t… I told you to walk away. I don’t mean that… you need to see this thing through. We all do. …Look, we are all feeling the pressure now.  But thing is… as pissed as I was yesterday… I still say the voters are gonna do right by all of us next week. And I ain’t never been wrong on that. Never. And then… and then you go write that book and put my ugly mug on the cover. …You hold tight now. Take care. The governor… he’s got this. I may be a cheater… but I ain’t a liar. The governor… Governor Romney, is gonna win this thing. Next week… just hang on.” [39594]

Note: The most recent updates to the text are highlighted in yellow. (In the first few days of each new month there are typically some additions to the last few days of the prior month as well. Look for the yellow highlights to identify those new entries.)

Part II of The Obama Timeline is updated on a daily basis. The author monitors the Internet, newpapers, magazines, radio, and television to compile all of the day’s Obama-related activities. That information is then condensed and added to the Timeline, enabling readers to keep up to date with as little effort as possible.

The Obama Timeline, like all articles and essays on the Internet, is copyrighted material. Those who wish to quote a paragraph or two from the Timeline may do so, provided credit is granted to this author and this web site is mentioned. No one is free to copy text from the Timeline, regardless of length, and represent it as his or her own work. That is a violation of copyright law, and is no different than illegally claiming authorship of a book. This Timeline properly credits its sources, and those quoting the Timeline should do the same.

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Day 101 – April 30, 2009


Also on the site by Don Fredrick…


There once was a man named Obama

Elected with media drama

But try as he might

He lost the next fight

Despite having dispatched Osama.


There once was a woman Michelle

Who wore a face angry as Hell

But her husband was lacking

So they soon were sent packing

And all she could do then was yell.


There once was a man known as Mitt

Who was more than electably fit

To take over from Barry,

Moe, Curly, and Larry

And extinguish the fires they had lit.


There once was a fellow Joe Biden

Who thought he was good at presidin’

But his smile was as fake

As the hair on his pate

He was not a man one could confide in.


There once was a man known as Paul

Who worked in a giant-domed hall

So much smarter than Joe

Who he beat toe-to-toe

He’s now ready to answer our call.


There once was a Beckel named Bob

As rude as he was a fat slob

He offered opinions

Like all leftist minions

But mostly he seemed a big snob.


There once was a tall gal named Ann

With Coulter the name of her clan

She wrote many zingers

To chastise left-wingers

Which gave her quite many a fan.


There once was a genius named Rush

Whose enemies oft tried to crush

But their battles all ended

With them poorly defended

’Cause their minds were just liberal mush.


There once was man known as Hannity

Whose job was to stop the insanity

He offered sound reason

Against commie treason

While opponents just hurled profanity.


There once was the job of reporter

At newspapers of brick and mortar

But they now just transcribe

What Jay Carney decides

And are nothing but White House supporters.


There once was a beauty named Palin

Who leftists continued assailin’

But with charm and with wit

Made them all throw a fit

And it ended with Sarah prevailin’


There once was a man called Mark Steyn

Whose prose was refined as good wine

Though others would mimic

Or use a stale gimmick

Their words would all die on the vine.


There once was a man named Jay Carney

Whose job was dispensing much blarney

But it’s sad now to see

That his task came to be

Defending a Big Bird and Barney.


There once was a thug Eric Holder

Whose actions grew bolder and bolder

He sent guns ’cross the border

To disrupt peace and order

But it’s jail where he’ll be growing older.


There once was a wife of a president

Whose goal was to be White House resident

So she stood by Bill once

Then for Barry the dunce

But the voters have now become hesitant.


There once was a zealot named Chris

Who four years ago found his bliss

Now the thrill up his leg

Is a face full of egg

As his pal’s led us to the abyss.


There once was a fellow name Gore

Who tried to scare folks to the core

With tales of bad weather

Staying with us forever

But now he’s no more than a bore.


There once was a man name of Kerry

Whose route to much wealth was to marry

He once served in the war

Shot himself to miss more

Of his judgment we all should be wary.


There once was a Comrade Pelosi

As scary as Bela Lugosi

Pass her bill and you’ll learn

How it takes what you earn

Vote her out and you’ll find you will go free.


There once was a man known as Harry

Who looked like a meek actuary

But the budgets he skipped

While Mitt Romney he ripped

Proved allegiance to overlord Barry.


There once was a slumlord named Valerie

Who now gets a tax-funded salary

She controls Barry’s strings

As she rules the West Wing

Where she’s now oft referred to as Valkyrie.


There once was a show called The View

With one lovely gal and four shrews

To the lefties they pandered

While the righties they slandered

It was almost like watching the news.


There once was a man Michael Moore

Who certainly was far from poor

Yet he chastised the makers

As mean-spirited takers

Just a typical Hollywood whore.


There once was an actress named Eva

Whose actions were those of a diva

But her tweets angered some

Her responses were dumb

Her career now is not much to speak of.


There once was a hero named Geller

Whose fight for what’s right was quite stellar

Pam sought out the truth

A determined, tough sleuth

And that’s why her books are best sellers.


There once was a hurricane Sandy

As dangerous as a storm can be

But Obama was there

To repeat, “I do care!”

The most-used of his modus operandi.



Contributed by readers:

There once was a writer called Don

Who wanted poor Obi all gone

He recorded his actions

For all the “right” factions

Until the election was won!





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