James Bredin

Rookie (1933 / Ennis Canada)

Stephen


If you are spinning your wheels as they say; please change your agenda,
Because we’re all waiting, and you can’t stay on your veranda,
We need death-with-dignity and that will get everyone’s attention,
And the numbers will be on your side so there’s no need for tension.

The same crowd that want to do Toronto’s Rob Ford, want to do you,
They want the likes of Justin or maybe Ms Wynne in charge too,
I’m not sure about the outcome but I know it will not be good,
So think death-with-dignity or you too will be misunderstood.

You have to show Canadians that you’re the one in charge,
Not despot media mogul maggots in a left-wing rage,
And we the people still run this land despite the Senate scandal,
This is how you can do it and there’s no need to gamble.

Submitted: Sunday, June 02, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 03, 2013

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