In Reply to: Canidates vote for posted by Good Fellow on February 05, 2016 at 13:57:36:
People on whom I do not bother to dote
Are people who do not bother to vote...
They have such refined and delicate palates
That they can discover no one worthy of their ballots,
And then when someone terrible gets elected
They say There, thatís just what I expected!
And they go around for four years spouting discontented criticisms
And contented witticisms....
And they have discovered that if you donít take time out to go to the polls
You can manage very nicely to get through thirty-six holes.
Oh let us cover these clever people very conspicuously with loathing,
For they are un-citizens in citizensí clothing.
They attempt to justify their negligence
On the ground that no candidate appeals to people of their intelligence,
But I am quite sure that if Abraham Lincoln (Rep.) ran against Thomas Jefferson (Dem.),
Neither man would be appealing enough to squeeze a vote out of them.
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