James Bredin

Rookie (1933 / Ennis Canada)

PAULINE MAROIS... FEB 23RD,2013


PAULINE MAROIS … Feb 23rd,2013
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James Bredin



Pauline Marois is the best thing that happened around here,
Though pompous isolated elites in Ottawa view her with fear,
Because she might get death-with-dignity for those in Quebec,
That means that other provinces might eventually get it yet.




That means that Canada is a step closer to normal,
And not bogged down by elite Ottawa aristocrats in formal,
But you don't know because media moguls wont say,
Media moguls don't like Pauline but she wont go away.




If we had binding referendums; this problem could have been solved,
Then our Federal politicians would not have to be involved,
And we could have death-with-dignity just like the Swiss,
Not like our federal politicians giving us the next dismiss.

Feb 23rd,2013

Submitted: Saturday, February 23, 2013

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