Sick

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Submitted: November 10, 2016

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You know, I'm sick of worrying about what will happen

after the stunning Trump win.

Yes, I'm sick of worrying about our fragile relationships

across the globe, I'm sick of wondering what parents are

suppose to tell their kids about being a nice person, and

treating others with respect, when they can see plain as day

our president-elect represents neither of these things.

I'm sick of wondering who in the hell deserves their respect,

if not the president?

 

******

 

"Son, come here!"

"Now what, Dad?"

"Why did tell off your teacher?"

'''Cause she' a worthless pile of---!"

"Watch your language!"

"But, Dad, it's okay, because I'm patterning

what I say after President Trump.""

"Son, he's no role model,

I'd prefer you copy Sledgehammer Dave,

you know, that wholesome punk rock singer."

"But, Dad, he was with his band,

and was hauled off stage and arrested."

Really? For what? It can't be anything

as bad as President Trump's admitted he's done."

"Statutory rape, rape, and I forget what else."

'Well, just as I suspected, nothing as bad as Trump."

******

"Son, you were kicked out of school today,

and I had to leave work to come get you,

now what's this all about? I'm very upset,

They told me what you did to Miss Horfdonger,

but that cant be right; you 'grabbed her by the p****?'"

"Yeah, so? She probably wanted it! What's the big deal?"

"Let me guess, you're patterning yourself after President-Elect Trump?"

 

 

 

 


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