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Having To Use The Train Wreck

The incumbent candidate, once riding high in the polls, found himself in a dead heat with his opponent

His campaign had been smooth and stress free. Suddenly his competition had gained ground overnight and the incumbent felt that the endorsement of a political heavy hitter was the missing component

His manager requested help from all the big names. The former president, his spouse, a former high profile candidate, the aging rock star, and the former sports super star were all busy and declined

Desperate for an endorsement, the candidate had to turn to the current President, the one with the rapidly fading mind

Watching the polls stating he and his opponent were tied within the margin of error, left him no choice

Maybe just once this divisive man might give his campaign a positive voice

His final speech before election day was to be on the Federal Courthouse steps in the state capitol

The President would have time for his writers to construct a speech about his party’s achievements as his opponent’s rebuttal

At the appointed time the protesters were assembled in force as those wanting a safe and secure America seemingly appeared out of the woodwork

The gas powered ten car motorcade pulled up, stumbling to the podium the President immediately called the protesters idiots with his trademark smirk

He then proceeded to tell he would shut down the coal plants and eliminate fossil fuel

His disdain for any opposition had taken him from being the great uniter, to being a back alley bully, to being down right cruel

The fact winter is rapidly approaching and a large percentage of his electorate, due to his self-created energy crisis will be hungry and cold

The candidate hoping for a boost was seen just offstage with his head buried in his hands needing to be consoled

This farce of a leader had just gone out of his way to bury this office holder

Wishing he had left this ineffective and failing man in his Delaware basement to molder

We Won’t Raise Taxes @ $5/gal

Remember when Obama ruled and gas at the pump on a good day was $4/gal.

The eagle had flown for the oil sheiks with America grasped in it’s talon

Their keffyeh’d heads and robed figures would get together every couple of months to fix the oil output

“We must keep the price inflated for our gains and keep America under our foot.”

How quickly we forget constantly calculating mileage in our heads ’cause a trip to Grandma’s was seventy five bucks

And groceries were up 30% as a fuel surcharge was added for product delivered by trucks

Airlines canceled flights, propane tanks had minimum delivery requirements as customers couldn’t afford a full tank and homes were warmed with space heaters

Those nightmare days could return sooner then later should the votes fall in favor of the liars and cheaters

Should the Biden/ Harris ticket win say goodbye to to fossil fuel and coal burning plants

Fracking and it’s associated jobs will disappear in the first year as Joe slowly shuffles into the shadows because we all know Kamala wears the pants

However watching Senator Harris debate Vice President Pence was disturbing to say the least

Her leadership skills need to be questioned as she answered nothing and could only regurgitate tired facts as her sophomoric eye rolling increased

The Democratic party is intent on slamming their super crazy high priced schemes down everyone’s throats forgetting that they might soon be on the world stage

The foreign super powers aren’t going to be impressed with coddling to your anemic democratic pals as the partisan weaknesses will be easy to gauge

Because quite frankly they’ll have no use for the annoying giggle and trying to look smug

As Xi, Putin and Kim Jon-un will take turns to squash her like a bug

So Americans keep your Gas Buddy app handy as you’ll be looking for the best deal

As in the not too distant future $5/gal may be quite the steal

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