Mr. Thin Skin

He lashes out
When you point out his errors
He loves to shout
When you trigger his terrors
He has no doubt
He doesn’t want to be fairer
He has no clout
You can’t remove him from his lair

He’ll always be employed
He’ll never be fired
He can’t be destroyed
Trying leaves you tired
He’s easily annoyed
That’s how he’s hardwired
His destruction you can’t avoid
He’ll never be retired

He’s a cancerous boil
On the body politic
Ready to broil
Like an unrepentant lunatic
Obsessed with oil
Disagree and become a heretic
Refuse to be his foil
He’s a useless prick

So how do you deal
With such an impossible fellow?
Do you have reason to feel
He’ll ever be mellow?
Of course not, he’s not real
He’s as authentic as jell-o
He can’t help but reveal
That he’s thoroughly yellow

Dennis Earl
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Friday, March 11, 2011
3:08 p.m.

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  1. […] to honour Larissa Cardey, the former editor of who left the job last summer.  Mr. Thin Skin mocked stubborn, unaccountable, faux conservative pundits, particularly those in Canada, The Cozy […]

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