James Bredin

Rookie (1933 / Ennis Canada)

THE RIGHT TO DIE... DEC 19TH,2012


THE RIGHT TO DIE … Dec 19th,2012

BY
JAMES BREDIN

Trudeau's Charter of Rights denies us the right to die,
We are forbidden to decide when, where, how or why,
If we the people had binding referendums, we could decide,
But that too has been denied and the elites will not provide.




But assisted suicide brings a whole lot more to the front,
Where abortion clinics; kill thousands of unborn babies; to be blunt,
While our party politicians have their own different agenda,
They consider death-with-dignity to be just strange propaganda.




So our right to life does not include unborn babies in a womb,
Or Like Sue Rodriguez, denied her right to death amid sickness and doom,
And nothing, absolutely nothing, can get the elites to change their minds,
They will not listen as they pull down their Ottawa blinds.

DEC 19TH,2012

Submitted: Wednesday, December 19, 2012

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