Letters to the Editor
March 1, 2004
Mister Dalton McGuinty, The Champion of Right,
Speeches made with conviction from Parliament's floor,
That was then, this is now, and unless it's expedient
We'll never see that McGuinty of yore.
In the pages of Hansard you'll find some fine reading,
Strong ringing phrases of citizen's rights.
Forced amalgamation with no referendum-
A perfect example of a "Dictator's Might"
That was then, this is now and the faces have changed
And the promises made then can now be denied,
But the people who trusted will always remember-
It was on Dalton's watch that democracy died.