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Short Mud Slinging Poems

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Just A Southern Thang
Watching NFL on Sunday
Flying the Rebel flag every day
Playing poker every night
Wow, Life is great

Yelling "Git-R-Done"
Mud-slinging in our big trucks
Listening to the crowd
Watching the broncs buck all night
What a wonderful day, hey.

Whether I am hunting or fishing,
I know I am having a great day
Listening to Southern Rock
Rocking out loud to "Kid Rock"
That is my idea of a great day...

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Categories: mud slinging, life, love, teen,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Politics Overload
We have politics, politics, politics, up to our necks.
They duke it out daily on Hannity and Glenn Beck.
Don’t forget Megyn Kelly that stirs the pot,
An unbiased media is evidently an afterthought.

Trump and Hillary are as different as night and day,
Both crying foul play with the way they are portrayed.
What will we talk about after the election in November?
All of this mud-slinging then we won’t even remember.

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Categories: mud slinging, political,
Form: Rhyme
A Plea From A Disgruntled Voter
(Or Please God, Let It Be November 7th)

Dear senators, congressmen
Please hear my plea.
Your phone calls and commercials
Mean nothing to me.

Your muck-raking and mud-slinging
Go from night until noon.
This election could never 
Be over too soon

Please understand, I've made my decision.
I don't need your e-mail or phone inquisition.

So please can we just stop the attacks
And go give each other a pat on the back....

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Categories: mud slinging, funny, social, urban,
Form: Rhyme