Saddam Hussein, Barack Obama, and Miles Morales (Milton Bradley Games)

An exploration of Saddam Hussein:

Saddam Hussein, had the Arab novelist gene, he had a web on his right hand (as opposed to the Calvinist web on the left hand, my hand, for a US President or medical research technical scientist, or perhaps a dictator – comic books or economics, the same function with the Calvin web).

The right web, also shared by Barack Obama, lets you pose as a character, until you get anything you want.

Saddam Hussein, posed as James Bond, to be elected President of Iraq. However, he wore a little red hat, meant to make you beloved to children, so you can’t be taken seriously. A French design, clearly.

Barack Obama, meanwhile, posed as President Harding, unaware that President Harding is the least popular President of all time, not because of a Naval Reserve scandal (that Obama planned on dodging), but because Harding was a minority (he was the first tent evangelist President in US history), and everyone around him, was cheating constantly.

Harding was one of our most popular Presidents in history, until he died, when all the scandals broke, as Narcotics Bureau agents busted campaign staffer after campaign staffer, for trying to make money, with Milton Bradley board game logic.

Now everyone mocks Harding, but Harding doesn’t care.

He’s dead.

Good luck, MoveOn.Org.

LAWLZ, right?

Published by cheater120

Consider me an expert in information munitions. I practice Zazen meditation, Yakuza Trappist form (a Yakuza, games cheat, and Trappist, a counter-agent), as a Bonafuda, a mercantile salesmen of information through philosophy, literature, fiction, and academics, distributed as munitions technique deployed for the purpose apparent to you, unless of course you have violated the ethics of my piece, in which case you will be trapped inside a theft of the piece and an action within the boundaries of the violation you have committed in Benedictine culture, the Jewish affiliate within Catholic culture. Buyer beware, and these poems, are free.

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