July 30, 2005

A Few Words From Russ

Russ Vaugn sent me the following original poem. I'll let it speak for itself.

Handmaidens of Terror?

Michelle Malkin notes, I believe with some error,
The politically correct are handmaidens of terror.

But handmaiden may be a too-mild appellation
For the worms at the core of the threat to our nation,

Who are far more concerned with our socialist purity,
Than commonsense measures for our nation's security.

They'll insist we don't need anti-terrorist powers,
Till terror bombs blow down their own ivory towers.

More than mere handmaids in true servile sense,
They're concubines of correctness in Jihadist tents,

Plying socialist sweetmeats to death-dealing masters,
Naively abetting more future disasters.

Respect our dark brothers say these houris beguiling,
No need for your paranoid, racist profiling.

Forget swarthy males from the East caused our losses,
We must share their pain, understand their root causes.

These handmaids ignore their own reasoning powers,
Like no grannies flew planes into those twin towers;

Or why we're not shown after a terror event,
Any mug shots of men of Caucasian descent.

They insist we ignore facts as plain as their faces,
Like Islamo-fascists tend to be certain races.

No, Michelle, dear, I fear that handmaiden's in error,
Simply too mild a term for these true whores for terror.

--Russ Vaughn

Inspired by a Michelle Malkin column.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at July 30, 2005 06:17 PM | TrackBack

Wonderful poem. I wanted to save it to read on down the road, but couldn't copy and paste it. Would you be willing to email it to me?

Posted by: FMIL at July 30, 2005 09:06 PM

I tried, but I got a message back that your email addy isn't correct.

You can copy and past this off the screen, by the way...

Posted by: Confederate Yankee at July 31, 2005 09:59 AM