James Bredin

Rookie (1933 / Ennis Canada)

CAN WE CHANGE TRUDEAU'S CHARTER


Terrorists like Trudeau’s Charter because it gives them rights,
All the way to our appointed Supreme Court with delights,
And we’re so politically correct we can’t see a problem here,
Appointed establishment all tell us we have nothing to fear.

Why didn’t someone point out back then that his Charter had a flaw?
It allows terrorists and crooks and prisoners to bend every law,
Is it possible that Canadians could maybe rearrange?
Is it possible to change Trudeau’s Charter or is that too strange?

Why are we more concerned with human rights instead of the law?
Soft judges allow too many to walk and that’s a major flaw,
And you don’t complain though of course you are not one of them,
The left wing media would probably complain to the PM.

Jan 12th 2011

Submitted: Wednesday, January 12, 2011
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