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Who was it

Who was it? Who was it sacked the fifteen thousand, Who enjoys the sacking, he just smiles Who has the public informing on public servants, On who went to McDonalds for lunch with style, Who was it fixed the hospitals, Sacked the nurses, closed the wards, Tory Doctors stopped complaining, Not a whinge from them is heard? Who was it? Who was it promised the Public Servants, Oh yes your jobs are safe? Who wants contracts for all the workers, Cheaper labor across the state, Who was it, blames poor Anna, For the cost of floods an cyclone, Who is the meanest penny pincher, uncrowned king upon the throne? Nah not him, his brain’s on loan, … Who was it? Who turfed out the handicapped, From Council caravan parks and places, Took Carer pensions from the parents, While he smiles and laughs, erases, Who never wanted the Clem7 tunnel, And said it wasn’t me, And in the council t’was mouth a funnell, Who now lies so eloquently, Who was it, the tunnel pusher in council, was, Clem 7 failed to make the rich, richer, undermined ole Brisbane, just because, too dear, no money in the picture, the greedy tolls, failed thereof, the money guys are surely bitter, because of no shiny glitter, money of, no money of …. very sad hey…. Who is running our state? Don Johnson

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  1. Date: 6/17/2013 1:24:00 AM
    Hi Don nice to see your words again, I bet no one takes responsibilty, that what politicians do, liked this and appreciate your point of view, all the best Poetowen

  1. Date: 6/13/2013 7:33:00 PM
    Don, your on a role tonight xxx

  1. Date: 6/13/2013 10:14:00 AM
    The one actually running it doesn't even know. This was a great read!