He'd rather see your father die
A freezing death, alone and cold,
Than put profits in jeopardy;
A widow always gets consoled.
A batch of flowers for his wake,
A few good words, if nothing better,
A mention, not too hard to make
To grace the company newsletter.
Neil Gorsuch is the man, you see!
He understands as paramount
The value placed on business: he
Tough monetary worth can count.
(A life is but a fleeting thing
As poets' verses indicate,
Intangible, but the ka-ching
Of cash no verse can obviate.)
The manner of his swift accession
To the high court, we overlook,
For, shady deals cast no impression
In business worked by hook or crook.
A working stiff, expendable,
Is (sure to say) so very sad,
But Gorsuch stands dependable
Favoring we who value add.
We are the movers and the shakers;
We are the corporations' kings;
As cash accrues we are the takers
Who calculate and count ka-chings.