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Colorado Poet Robert Cooperman ~ “Eugene Lacramae: Multi-Billonaire”

Eugene Lacramae: Multi-Billionaire,

on the Coming Elections


By Colorado Poet Robert Cooperman

Narration By Roger Netzer


What’s the point of being the richest man

in America, hell, in the world—including

those cross-dressing oil sheiks that bankroll

Islamofascist mass murderers and are in cahoots

with Democrat-Jews that want to rule the world,

while they scream about civil rights—if I have

to put up with mental midgets who refuse to work?


One-person-one-vote, idiots claim it says

in the Constitution; well, look at all the voter

and welfare fraud by ghetto queens and kings. 

Reagan was right about them, though he wouldn’t

stand a chance of getting elected president now,

almost as far Left as thankfully dead Ted Kennedy. 

As for that crypto Socialist, Abraham Lincoln,

if he showed up today, we’d hang him from

a crap apple tree, and be done with the traitor,

with his face only a mother warthog could love.


We need to ensure only patriots, true citizens

of our great country, get to decide elections,

and keep godless Liberals from sneaking

their candidates in, like this White House thief:

he’s not a citizen, nor a Christian, with his name

that’s right out of the heathen Islamic bible. 

Once he’s out, I’ll make sure as a T-Bone and potatoes

the right man, my man, is elected.  Or else.






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