Treasure Island

James Bredin

(1933 / Ennis Canada)

PAULINE AND DWD OCT 13TH,2012


Pauline and DWD Oct 13th,2012

By
James Bredin


Pauline Marois, premier of Quebec, wants death with dignity,
But she has a minority government, so can't get too finicky yet,
Did our Supreme Court made it national, with Sue Rodriguez decision?
Are Ottawa aristocrats looking at this with much precision?




Despite this; Pauline Marois is our kind of political lady,
She's up front with her ideas and not one bit shady,
And if she gets death with dignity for Quebec; that would be great,
Though she only speaks French and I can't understand the debate.




She is at that Francophone meeting getting lots of attention,
She may even cause us a bit of English-speaking tension,
Unfortunately, the media moguls don't like her much,
But if she can get DWD; she will have the common touch.

Oct 13th,2012

Submitted: Saturday, October 13, 2012
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