He's Making Congress Look Good

Trump decertifies the Iran deal
against advice and intelligence,
but doesn't call for new sanctions
and leaves it to Congress --
which miraculously doesn't rush to war.

He ends critical health care payments
that make care affordable for millions,
then flip-flops on whether he'd support
a rare bipartisan effort to clean up his mess.

He declared he'd end DACA,
made it Congress's job to fix,
but as Congress talked the popular Dream Act,
Trump added demands, bumped timelines
and basically kept changing his mind.

And along the way, he managed
to insult the families of fallen soldiers.

It takes a special kind of reckless incompetence
to make the dysfunctional Congress look good.

But as the Republicans push for a budget
that'd transfer $2.4 trillion to the 1%,
the GOP Congress is working hard
to outdo the Destroyer-in-Chief.

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