James Bredin

Rookie (1933 / Ennis Canada)

FANTASTIC SUPREME COURT... DEC 21ST,2013


FANTASTIC SUPREME COURT … DEC 21ST,2013
BY
JAMES BREDIN

I never thought I would see our Supreme Court being normal,
Dressed up in their fancy red gowns and looking extremely formal,
Since they told Sue Rodriguez with Lou Gehrig’s disease, to die,
Maybe it’s possible we’ll get death-with-dignity and know why.


Or is there more to this hooker decision than meets the eye?
Will we need municipal brothel inspectors and know why?
And should we have price control for what these ladies sell?
And should that be cash or credit card or would someone tell?


And should hookers have a union for their official trade?
Do our religious priestly activists all feel betrayed?
Is there a roomful of politicians writing new rules somewhere?
Maybe the number of hookers in a brothel or is this not fair?

DEC 21ST,2013

Submitted: Saturday, December 21, 2013

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