James Bredin

Rookie (1933 / Ennis Canada)

NO INCENTIVE TO VOTE SEPT 26TH,2012


NO INCENTIVE TO VOTE Sept 26th,2012
By
James Bredin

And those in power can stay there for the rest of their lives,
Though it may be questionable that democracy survives,
So compulsory voting law or fifty dollar fine at tax time,
That should cure the problem and the numbers will no doubt climb.




Those who have been elected are not keen on mandatory votes,
The new voters may be different and sowing their wild oats,
They might want death with dignity and referendums and what next?
Best to do nothing or say it's very and too complex.




How do we get capital punishment installed in our system?
Though there appears to be fierce opposition to this wisdom,
But lethal injections could be installed without much fuss,
If the politicians and the people themselves have the guts.

Sept 26th,2012

Submitted: Wednesday, September 26, 2012
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