When pols are drafting legislation
To regulate “free” enterprise,
They suffer pangs of desolation
That, in the end, always belies
The fact that they don’t want to do it
Because they think there’ll be less suet
Available for them to strain
To help them fight their next campaign.
But, luckily, for politicians
The corporations are so rich
That rarely will they pitch a bitch
For paying. Lobbyist technicians
Have funds enough to go around.
Too,… Congress is their breeding ground.
- ► 2011 (199)
- DINNER IN THE WHITE HOUSE
- REFLECTIONS ON THE CONSTITUTION (I)
- STORIES FROM DANTE
- WHAT, ME WORRY?
- WHAT TO DO WITH DAVOS MAN
- FALL GUYS
- THE NEW AMERICAN CREDO
- NO TRUCE
- WHOSE TREASON?
- FOR MIKE LLOYD
- THE MORALITY OF PROSTITUTION
- THE CULTURE WARS I
- ACCOUNTABILITY ?
- FOR BRAD
- NOW THAT WOULD BE NEWS
- PRIVATIZING EDUCATION
- ON THE EVE OF THE OHIO AND TEXAS PRIMARIES
- ▼ March (19)