Francis Duggan


Bureaucracy Directors


Bureaucracy directors can be so immoral and dishonest
They pay their C E O's millions in salaries every year
For to sack workers and run on slender budgets
'We must protect our profits from them we only hear'

They are the lawful crooks of the World,
They help themselves to profits at their workers expense,
They are dishonest, arrogant and greedy
And little can be said in their defence.

Tis profit for them at the expense of others
And profit for them only seems to count
They are the emperors of little empires
And their empires grow as their profit margins mount.

They have the big say in electing Governments
To the political parties who favour them huge sums of money they subscribe
For to spend money on fightings elections
The gullible voters are not hard to bribe.

Most bureaucracy directors are not honourable people
Though there is always an exception to the rule
They can be very untrustworthy people
For their success they use their workers as their fuel.

Submitted: Thursday, June 12, 2008
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