James Bredin

Rookie (1933 / Ennis Canada)

BACK... MAR 12TH,2013


BACK … MAR 12TH,2013
BY
JAMES BREDIN

Are those leery Liberals still just waiting in the wings?
Looking around like Justin, trying to pull some strings.
Have they recently changed after being out of power for years?
And their conduct under Chretien, showed that we had lots to fear.




Would the Liberals give us binding referendums like the Swiss?
Or death-with-dignity, which of course the Liberals dismissed,
Therefore the Liberals don't have a chance; not one little bit,
But if they did - not very likely - could we all recommit?




We need death-with-dignity; nailed down election dates and much more,
But no one is listening so therefore the Liberals might even score,
We need an elected senate where appointees are banned,
Where democracy is obvious so no need to be on demand.

MAR 12TH,2013

Submitted: Tuesday, March 12, 2013

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