Friday, May 25, 2007


Steve Sebelius of Various Things & Stuff felt inspired by Heller's recent amendment:

Why does U.S. Rep. Dean Heller hate poetry? Heller brought an amendment to try to head off the $7 million expansion of the Carl Sandburg Home Historic Site in North Carolina, saying that when we add to the federal estate, we add costs. Of course, Heller lost by a decisive margin, 245-183.

Why, the story has inspired us to verse!

And inspired he was:

We think that we shall never see,
A congressman as irrelevant as thee.
Of all the four hundred and thirty-five,
They barely know that you're alive.
At the table of failure, did you sup,
And now its time to shut the fuck up!

Don't you just love poetry?

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