Republican Pols — Off or On the Rand-Wagon?

In the wake of his humiliating interview on Rachel Maddow’s MSNBC show, Rand Paul has a serious Civil Rights Act problem. It’s so bad, that he’s already flip-flopping (or pretending to flip-flop) over his views and he was even scared into canceling his scheduled Meet the Press interview.

But Rand Paul isn’t the only guy with a problem — his fellow Republican pols have one too. What do I mean? Well, eventually they’ll have to choose sides: Either stick up for the Republican nominee with the insane views and maintain party loyalty, or disavow Rand Paul’s views and be seen by many as disloyal to the GOP. Good luck with that.

This brings me to my latest three-verse limerick:

Republican Pols — Off or On the Rand-Wagon?
By Madeleine Begun Kane

The Sen. nominee known as Rand
Is as odd as they come in this land.
He says cos are endowed
With this right: All’s allowed.
Paul would give them a fully free hand.

If they want to be racist, they may.
Block the Jews from their doors? That’s okay.
Cuz the gospel of Paul
Is no biz regs at all.
So feel free to go fire a gay.

The Republican leaders must choose
To decry (or endorse) these mad views.
There is no in-between.
There’s no hiding, I mean.
Back the Tea Party Guy, and they lose.

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2 Responses to “Republican Pols — Off or On the Rand-Wagon?”

  1. Realist says:

    Ol’ Rand Paul wants nothing for Blacks
    Except some new Klansmen attacks
    If Tea was his drink
    Then he could still think
    But it’s clear that his drug choice is crack

    Once Mexicans bring in the crop
    You send then back home with a strop
    If they want their pay
    Send hot lead their way
    Survivors clean up with a mop

    He’d send the Chinese home to stay
    But he needs their great wealth just to play
    All we need to know
    As Rand’s actions show
    It’s corporate money holds sway.

  2. madkane says:

    All too true, Realist. :)