Treasure Island

Frank Pulver

(10/28/1971 / born-(Hudson, New York) - raised-(Tampa, Florida))

Freedom of Speech


Freedom of Speech (Obama)

I want you to read this and weep
Because this something called my freedom of speech
Some people might say that these words are equal to a crime
But we need to realize what is being done as that joker spends America’s last dime
They say that he robs from the rich and gives to the poor
We all know the truth He is not Robin Hood and what he really stands for
He finds more way to spend and borrow more of China’s money
If you take the time to think about this, it is not funny
Yes to many these thoughts might be lame
But if they can’t see what see what he has done then they are insane
I am saying this for God’s sake
How much more do we have to take?
There more that I can say
But we only have 4 more years that He can stay
Some might not agree with my words
And I am here to tell you that these are my thoughts and you are absurd
Let’s think about how he is cutting our throats
But we also have to remember that we put him here because our votes
I hope you are learning something today
That this is a part of my freedom of speech and this is all I am going to say

Yes the Freedom of Speech
I wish we could have him impeached

Submitted: Monday, April 15, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 15, 2013

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