Randy Johnson

I Voted Against Phil Bredesen Part 2 - Poem by Randy Johnson

If a ninety year old Tennessean buys some cigarettes, he has to show identification.
He has to prove that he's not under eighteen and that's stupid intimidation.
Bredesen must think that people will mistake senior citizens to be people who are under eighteen.
The law he passed makes all tobacco users show identification and it's the stupidest law I've ever seen.
I voted against Phil Bredesen because I'm appalled.
It's a damn shame that he can't be recalled.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 12, 2008

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