James Bredin

Rookie (1933 / Ennis Canada)

MESSAGE TO STEPHEN... FEB 26TH,2013


MESSAGE TO STEPHEN... FEB 26TH,2013
BY
JAMES BREDIN

Stephen Harper: I know you don't read any of my stuff,
Though it's on the Internet, Facebook but finding it can be rough,
We need death-with-dignity and binding referendums soon,
Stop those Liberals from coming back with their communes.




We read and hear much more from and about Justin than you,
Though he overcharges everyone to hear his stupid views,
He even had a boxing match which was all the journalist rage,
If he goes for one of the above issues; he'll grab the front page.




I'm on your side and I want you to stay where you are,
We need to avoid getting another meathead Liberal czar,
But Oregon and Washington have adopted DWD already,
And if the Liberals grab it; we will have to be ready.
FEB 26TH,2013

Submitted: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
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