Change Trudeau's Charter May 4th,2011 - Poem by James Bredin
To those folk in Quebec who haven’t signed the constitution yet,
Demand Trudeau’s Charter and Chretien’s law be changed and we’re set,
Then get death with dignity and a binding referendum law,
Then sit down and figure out if there are any other flaws.
Because some old sick folk need death-with-dignity like the Swiss,
But this is something our politicians are inclined to dismiss,
And we need binding referendums in order to improve,
In case there is something or someone we want to remove.
If we are going to change the Constitution we have to think,
A political party is second to a people link,
One provincial premier should be prime minister each year,
So the Quebecois or nobody else have anything to fear.
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