Duh’Merica (a poem)

DUH’merica, what have you done?

While you parade the streets in gas guzzling suburbans, there are soldiers dying around the world trying to kill dark-skinned people after taking orders from fat, pasty-white politicians who only care about their offshore bank accounts.

DUH’merica, why don’t you care?

That our children have difficulty finding China on a map, but they can update their Facebook status perfectly while crossing a busy city street without getting splattered in traffic.

DUH’merica, why can’t you turn it off?

The Kardashians, TMZ, The Bachelor, American Idol, America’s Got Talent sift through the minds of our youth like a slow, neurotoxin eating them from the inside out. Continue reading

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Duh’Merica (the creepy uncle)

Duh’Merica, You have disturbed my pleasant dreams and filled my head with Kardashians, Honey Boo-Boos and extra large french-fry commercials

Duh’Merica, You continue to produce generations of young fools who would rather take pictures of their cocks and tits then read a book about the history they are about to repeat

Duh’Merica, You continue to bomb dark-skinned people far from your shores in the hopes of distracting your masses from what is real……………and the distraction continues to succeed

Duh’Merica, You pound your chest under the false guise of patriotism while removing all hope of an intelligent, rational discussion regarding anything of social importance

Duh’Merica, Your masses continue to believe in a magician in the clouds while always discounting your opposable thumbs

Duh’Merica, You never fail to grip me with the tight fingers of the old, creepy uncle, sitting in the corner at the family reunion making everyone uncomfortable……… and always doing it with a smile.