Christine O’Donnell or Hillary Clinton. Which is Witch? A Limerick.

Following the November, 1994, midterm elections, in which the Democrats were thoroughly defeated by the Republicans, even losing control of both houses of Congress, Bill and Hillary turned to a group of New Age channelers and spiritualists for advice.  This shocking development further proves our contention that Bill and Hillary are practicing witches, for this kind of action is precisely what witches would do. The very fact that Bill and Hillary turned to these type of people at a most trying time in their lives further proves our point that Bill and Hillary are practicing witches.  Witches regularly practice this type of spiritual activity, all of which God severely and consistently condemns. Let us continue with our feature story, as Jean Houston and Mary Catherine Bateson get together several times over the next year, to conduct seances with Eleanor Roosevelt.  You will remember the stories in the first year of the Clinton Administration, when Hillary confessed that she regularly communicated with Eleanor; stories at the time even labeled these communications as seances.  Not only did Hillary admit she talked to Eleanor, she said Eleanor talked back !  This admission clearly identifies these sessions as seances, since an imaginary, creative mind exercise where a person only imagines they can talk with an historic figure, and can only imagine what response that figure might make based upon what is known about them, never, ever involves that historic figure talking back.  (cuttingedge.org)

Christine O’Donnell: “I dabbled into witchcraft. I never joined a coven.” She went on a date and had a midnight snack on what turned out to be a Satanic Altar.

The Limerick:

Young Christine O”Donnell went out on a date.

Two dozen  years later arose a debate.

Why did she do that?

Did she wear a hat?

Bring forth Mrs. Roosevelt was not on the plate.

Frankly I’m exhausted.Is this my new reality? A limerick.

Investing in America: A CNBC Town Hall Event with President Obama Sep 2010.

AUDIENCE MEMBER: ”Thank you very much. And quite frankly, good afternoon, President Obama. I’m deeply honored to be in this forum and so grateful for CNBC for making the forum available so you can speak to American citizens just like myself. I’m a chief financial officer for a veterans service organization and that’s here in Washington. I’m also a mother, I’m a wife, I’m an American veteran, and I’m one of your middle-class Americans.

Quite frankly, I’m exhausted. Exhausted of defending you, defending your administration, defending the man for change I voted for, and deeply disappointed with where we are right now. I’ve been told that I voted for a man who said he was going to change things in a meaningful way for the middle class. I’m one of those people and I’m waiting, sir, I’m waiting. I don’t feel it yet. While I thought it wouldn’t be a great measure, I would feel it in some small measure. I have two children in private school, and the financial recession has taken an enormous toll on my family. My husband and I joked that we thought we were well beyond the hot dogs and beans era of our lives. And quite frankly, it’s starting to knock on our door and ring through that that might be where we’re headed.

And quite frankly, Mr. President, I need you to answer honestly, is this my new reality?”

The President answered something of no consequence, but to better reflect the new reality he might as well have answered like this:

Now, don’t get me started, you are what you eat:

Do not eat the hot dogs, they are processed meat.

The new EPA

Will have the last say. *

With beans you fart methane, and that’s greenhouse heat.

*On July 29th 2010 the Agency rejected challenges to its claim that, “climate change caused by emissions of greenhouse gas is a danger to public health.”

The end of the recession blues. A Limerick.

The “Great Recession” has ended, officially. That’s the word from the private, nonprofit research organization that calls the beginnings and ends of recessions, the National Bureau of Economic Research. The NBER said Monday that the recession which began in December 2007 ended in June 2009, which marked the beginning of an expansion. The announcement rules out the possibility of a so-called “double-dip” recession, because any new downturn would be seen as a brand new recession.

Where have I been? I didn’t know that.

This calls for a Limerick:

The recession is over and yet, no more jobs.

 We squandered a trillion, but where are the jobs?

 I am getting curious,

No rather, I’m furious.

I’m searching the papers; I’m looking for a job.

Save the Chesapeake Bay. A Limerick.

Last September we went down to Virginia Beach for four spectacular days. The weather was perfect, the surf was building day by day and I swam with the Dolphins! They came within 30 feet of me, a school of more than a dozen. Above the Blue Angels trained, first two, then four, then all six in perfect formation. The approaching hurricane Igor slowed down to 7 mph instead of the predicted 14 which gave the people of Bermuda one more day to prepare, and by then it will have gone down in energy one more level.  As we (my wife and I) do every year we take a look at the status of the Chesapeake Bay on the way down and up. To the most casual observer it seems that the deterioration has stopped  and a slow recovery is in place. To be an environmentalist means you take a regional approach to a problem and attack it as a regional matter. The solution for Chesapeake Bay is quite different from the Everglades, the Bayous or the water needs of the West.  Then on the news comes this insane call to arms: Global Climate Disruption.

All I can do is make another Limerick:

We’re trying to save our Chesapeake Bay.

Why Climate Disruption? And Global? No way!

It’s all about land use,

And water and refuse.

The Ice Age and Warm Period, they went away.

Climate Change is now Global Climate Disruption. A Limerick.

(CNSNews.com, Sep 14 2010) – John Holdren, director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, says that the term “global warming” is “a dangerous misnomer” that should be replaced with “global climate disruption.”

This calls for a Limerick:

First Warming, then Climate Change, now Global Climate Disruption:

John Holdren has seized a political option.,

So when shove comes to push,

 He can blame it on Bush,

In case of a major volcanic eruption.