James Bredin (1933 / Ennis Canada)
Insıte Clınıcs Galore…
Insite clinics are a sign of politically correct madness,
Drug-addict sickness turning public medicine into badness,
Being led and directed by pompous media moguls and their friends,
With power to change the laws and set these drug-inclined trends.
And suddenly the problems of criminal drug addicts are now ours,
And you can’t complain because they are like saints in the towers,
It’s a new ballgame and you better learn quickly to adapt,
And because less than half or us vote; we are now strapped.
These clinics will be a show that we have lost legal control,
We can’t have and not allowed, either a referendum or a poll,
The drug dealers can sell their drug stuff near the Insite door,
And you cannot object to this criminal action anymore.
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