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The hottest issue all over town
It even booze including the ground
Vote buying are rampant
In order to defraud the peasant

They will move heaven and earth
Even if the aftermath is dearth
Politicians keep on promising
Just to ensure their own winning

Minions and cohorts are increasing
Threats, intimidation are also multiplying
Resorting to guns, goon and gold
The longest dirty tactic ever told

Politics! Politics! Politics!
One reason why they erase their own ethics
Fake people will always makes me sick
Giving false hopes thats why they will stick

Politics! Politics! Politics!
Is it really you that is needed'? ? ?
Each one of us should participate
Maybe then we can emancipate

Politics! Politics! Politics!
There are good and evil result
a hanging legacy like a salt
right of suffrage is deemed inherent and sculpt

Politics! Politics! Politics!
It creates diversity among the majority
If we cannot change our mentality
It brings drought and animosity

Politics! Politics! Politics!
The future is at stake
Hoping the bondage of poverty will be break
Then progress should overtake

Submitted: Friday, April 09, 2010

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