Politically Incorrect Limericks on Politics and Religion
This hub contains religious and political parodies. If you are sensitive to these issues please read no further as it could be dangerous to your health.
A Vacancy in Heaven
A young Parish Priest Father Mason
Was much loved by his congregation.
He prayed to the Lord
For free room and board,
Now in Heaven he has a reservation.
Former British Prime Minister Blair
Had a toupee instead if real hair.
His wig caught on fire
At a site in Yorkshire,
Leaving Tony Blair's head red and bare.
There was an old lady named Birch
Who took her pet parrot to church.
It prayed and it sang
Til her mobile phone rang,
And her parrot fell off of it's perch.
Obama the Farmer
President Barack Obama
Once wanted to work as a farmer.
He once drove a tractor
Which wasn't a factor,
In planning to wipe out Osama.
A young girl who dressed as a goth
Was tormented by a giant moth.
She sought exorcism
But copped some derision
By a stuffy old man of the cloth.
A senator called Tony Abbott
Australia's top job he did grab it.
He's now our Prime Minister
Which I find very sinister.
I prefer to call him Phony Rabbit.
The Lord God looked down from above
Hoping to see kindness and love.
What he saw made him sad,
Man was greedy and bad.
He'd messed up, when push came to shove.
The Queen of Jive
The Head of Great Britain, the Queen
At home she can sometimes be seen,
Dancing the jive
With Elton at five,
For Prince Phillip just isn't so keen.
Ten Under Pastor
A generous doctor named Lincoln
Tithed 10 percent of his income
To a pastor named Rolf
With whom he played golf.
You could say he was paying to sink 'em.
Politicians are power hungry ghouls,
Often treating the people like fools.
though when protests are mounted,
And all votes are counted,
It's then we see who are the tools.
A young politician named Pope
To become President was his hope.
When he was selected,
And finally elected,
The leader was both President and Pope.
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