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Toronto the Good
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by: kilkee on Jul 13, 2007


Toronto The Good

By

James Bredin

Toronto downtown is turning into a disgusting disgrace,
Crack addicts doing drug deals in broad daylight right in your face,
Panhandlers interrupting everyone and begging for cash,
Where are all the cops to stop all this ongoing trash?

We need the broken window policy like they had in New York,
Grapple the city back to zero tolerance from squeegee dorks,
Oh thats rights, these addicts and dealers all have Charter Rights,
As they urinate against a wall at night under the lights.

Add to that, our soft-on-crime appointed judicial types,
Criminals may have rights to carry marijuana-hash pipes,
Left wing politicians who would sell their souls for a vote,
Find their secret agenda friends that they can promote.

Friday, July 13, 2007

reply by: kilkee on Jul 16, 2007



Media Propaganda

By

James Bredin

The media vested interest is side tracked towards you,
They have their own agenda bent inside their programs too,
They may forget the news, hardly noticed in their routine,
But you will read and listen with your eyes glued to the screen.

Inside their news headlines, their propaganda has a slant,
With biased information that they want to promulgate and rant,
Some are right wing, some are left wing, some religiously deep,
We are guided here and there like a flock of sheep.

Send money to the UN or Africa and send it right away,
Wars, tragedies, famines, terror, crimes every day,
Instill fear of whatever terrorist there might be out there,
We are all so vulnerable, therefore we should beware.

Most media is no more than press barons propaganda,
Bend the news and events to fit their private agenda,
Oh no you say; this couldnt happen in this free land,
Think again as we walk in lock step at their command.

Its the peace process they are liable to be writing about,
In bureaucratic double talk as if they had no doubt,
Waiting at the airport for planes inbound with the dead,
Can we support the soldiers but not the war instead?

Sunday, July 15, 2007

reply by: kilkee on Jul 18, 2007



Toronto tax-and-spend politicians

By

James Bredin

Long ago when Toronto was a peaceful quiet tranquil place,
Before punk panhandlers were allowed to get in our face,
Before Trudeaus international Charter for those Osama types,
Before every left-wing tax-and-spend politician could hype.


Refused to build a bridge to the island or subway to the Airport,
Want support for gridlock roads and their tax-and-spend distort,
Dead democracy at City Hall where politicians think its great,
People believe what the TV says and there is no need for debate.

The tax-and-spend mayor wanted to raise taxes even more,
For his midnight-basket-ball programs so he could stay and score,
But some hardy politicians got together and voted it down,
By only one vote, no less, and the mayor certainly frowned.

The public had no input into these increase-tax discussions,
By the next election there might have been no repercussions,
So we need to praise these politicians, who refused to back down,
A rear commodity now in what was one time, a very great town.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007



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