The Infallibility Of The Left by Michael Marrotti


The Infallibility Of The Left

It’s the resurrection
of Joseph Goebbels
the right is wrong
the left is infallible

should be simple
direct and precise
for the simple minds
of the public
it’s the domination
of CNN

From petty to heavy
this one way system
has its sights
locked and loaded
on what’s in their
best interest
they’ve made him out
to be a monster
as the green eyed pantsuit
walks around with a halo

Now since
the nation is divided
it’s plain to see
the deplorables
from the pseudo-liberals

All this outcry
of the past
against politicians
amounted to nothing

We finally have
what we’ve been missing
now the general public
is outraged by the option
these delusional bastards
deserve what they get


Michael Marrotti is an author from Pittsburgh, using words instead of violence to mitigate the suffering of life in a callous world of redundancy. His primary goal is to help other people. He considers poetry to be a form of philanthropy. When he’s not writing, he’s volunteering at the Light Of Life homeless shelter on a weekly basis. If you appreciate the man’s work, please check out his book, F.D.A. Approved Poetry, available on Amazon.

4 Replies to “The Infallibility Of The Left by Michael Marrotti”

  1. I was “with this one” until the final two lines … giving the delusional bastards what they deserve probably inflicts a lot of harm on everyone else … but what do I know? DaP

    • Well if the people were the ones complaining about politicians, and chose to yet again vote for the politician, they do deserve what they get in my opinion. This option may not appear again in our lifetime. Unfortunately, hypocrisy has a tendency to prevail. Just one man’s opinion.

    • Sorry. I overlooked your universal point about everyone paying the price for other people’s actions. Yes, it would be unfortunate, but that’s how the system is rigged. In the long run it could pave the way to enlightenment. Thanks for reading, bro.

  2. I responding belatedly … there is soooo much to say … but politics is one of those topics that are best avoided at the moment (especially by outsiders) … sadly I read an article on Senator Mitch McConnell this morning and now I’m in a bad mood (and I live in Canada) … what I want to say is that too often (anywhere and everywhere maybe) voting involves choosing between (or among) the lesser or least of evils … when faced with this sort of thing it’s important to vote against the greater evil … occasionally we get to vote for someone or for something (rather than against) but it seems rare these days … huge hugs! DaP p.s. I’m planning on getting your book …

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