Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Christmas with Cameron...



It being the season of goodwill an' all that, this Gargoyle has taken it upon herself to compose a little Christmas ditty for the attention of our beloved bleeder...ooops sorry...'leader'...David Cameron...*spits*...

This is best read to the tune of...'God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen'...


A question Mr Cameron

How do you sleep at night

Knowing that your policies

Put people's lives in plight?

I suggest quite easily

For one who can so breezily

Deprive us of comfort and joy

All hope you destroy

As you deprive us of comfort and joy


Can you relax when bedroom tax

Is lurking at your door

Course you can 'cos it's not you

Who struggles to afford

All the things that we are losing

At your whim and by your choosing

Do you wonder why you are so abhorred

So abhorred

If we could we'd abhor you even more


Libraries shutting

Health Care struggling

Businesses closed down

Mentally disabled each victims of your plan

To cut the cost of public spending

By our lives prematurely ending

Happy now you've run us into the ground

Into the ground

And sadly come the end your're still around!!


©  Copyright Lynn Gerrard 

19 comments:

  1. Absolutely brilliant. Nuff said.

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    1. Thanks Hedges!! Glad you like it....:) xxx

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  2. As much as enjoy digs at Cameron, I enjoy poems that take digs out of Cameron even more. Great stuff!

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    1. Haha! Thank you!!...Am so pissed with him I nearly put my typing finger through the keyboard writing this!...:)

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  3. Great fun - and well-targetted. Cameron has no idea what life is like for the rest of us.

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    1. Thanks Jo...he makes my blood boil even more than the big M....lol...

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    2. Haha! Glad you thought so...:) x

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  5. Thatcher reincarnate? Sorry, I don't keep up with politics (even US politics) as much as I should.

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  6. Haha! Close hap...very very close....:D x

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  7. Good one Lynn!! Love it - :) x

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    1. Thank you Linda!!...I'm most glad you do...:D xx

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  8. Brilliant musicality and sentiments so true. I hope that Mr C will think so too. It might even encourage him to think and think again. Oh tidings of misery and sin, misery and sin. Oh (warnings) tidings from our dear Lynn xxx

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    1. *Applauds* ohhh it's good to have a good sing-a-long with my Catherine!...haha!...:D x

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  9. Brilliant! That even hits everyone here as well in "good"? USA :(

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