Friday, January 9, 2009

Old Sun Tzu: A commentary on The Left and their utter scorn for all things military. (Dedicated to our troops.)

Copperhead Democratic donkey cartoon in “Harper's Weekly” by Thomas Nast (January 19, 1870)
Old Sun Tzu
A commentary on The Left
and their utter scorn for all things military.
(Dedicated to our troops.)

The sign read, “Halp us Jon Carry,

We R Stuck In Irak!”.

The soldiers meant it as a swipe

to his elitist crack.

He dissed our fighting men,

against advice from Old Sun Tzu.

So, Democrats, what makes you think

we'd ever fight for you?

Dick Durbin called them NAZI's,

Soviets, and Khmer Rouge.

He claimed on TV to the world

they played the fascist's stooge.

He ceded moral ground,

against advice from Old Sun Tzu.

So, Democrats, what makes you think

we'd ever fight for you?

Jack Murtha called them murderers

and guilty, without trial,

and when they were found innocent,

refused to reconcile.

He has two codes of law,

against advice from Old Sun Tzu.

So, Democrats, what makes you think

we'd ever fight for you?

Pelosi met the enemy,

our President to shame,

and wore an Hermès hijab

to top off her traitor's game.

She undermined command,

against advice from Old Sun Tzu.

So, Democrats, what makes you think

we'd ever fight for you?

And then you called Petraeus up,

and then predamned his words,

and then let your protesters in

so he could not be heard.

You fenced your General in,

against advice from Old Sun Tzu.

So, Democrats, what makes you think

we'd ever fight for you?

You call us thugs, deny our vote,

straw-dogs to kick and whack.

Did you ever take the time to think

we'd start to hate you back?

When you need help what you might find

would not shock Old Sun Tzu.

“No, Democrats,” we'll answer back,

“we will not fight for you.”

 

 

 

 

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Old Sun Tzu, Copyright © 2009 Papa Possum

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