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James Bredin

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Political Recall Nov 9th,2012


Canadian politicians like all politicians dread recall,
Whether it's federal, provincial or even city hall,
But how do we get rid of a dreadful useless politician?
And he's absolutely useless other than his/her ambition.

So a system of recall should be inaugurated now,
Though our politicians will try to stop it somehow,
Why does British Columbia have recall and we don't?
And why do they have set-date elections and our system wont?

And if that province can succeed here; why can't we?
There must be a system and somewhere someone must have the key,
Why does nobody mention it; as we get frequently swamped?
As we tolerate more useless politicians and no one will prompt.

Submitted: Friday, November 09, 2012
Edited: Saturday, November 10, 2012

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POLITICAL RECALL NOV 9TH,2012
BY
JAMES BREDIN

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